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So everyday I'm discovering grammar errors on social media, in the newspapers, in store ads, and on signage. This morning during my run I was listening to music and it occurred to me that so many song lyrics include poor grammar. I've chosen two songs from my running playlist to highlight for today's poor grammar entries.
The song "Run to You" includes these lyrics:
"But that’d change if she ever found out about you and I.”
Correct grammar would change the lyrics to:
"But that’d change if she ever found out about you and me.”
"(I Can't Get Any) Satisfaction"
I know there are dozens and dozens more. Feel free to add some of your favorite lyrics or song titles to the list. And while we're on the subject of songs here's a little rhyme I wrote to help you remember:
Don't write it wrong
The titles of songs
Are always referred to in quotes.