Songs people take on face value of their lyrics while ignoring the ironic message.
  1. Born In The U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen
    How people misinterpret it: 'Murica! What it's really about: an angry veteran calling out his own country for shunning him.
  2. All She Wants To Do Is Dance by Don Henley
    How people misinterpret it: a party girl blissfully just wants to dance. What it's really about: America ignores all the small wars it supports in the world and just wants to party without a care.
  3. The Way by Fastball
    How people misinterpret it: the future is a utopia. What it's really about: your spiritually bankrupt parents are selfishly leaving you shit.
  4. Every Breath You Take by The Police
    How people misinterpret it: it's a love song. What it's really about: a stalker-ish breakup.
  5. Lust For Life by Iggy Pop
    How people misinterpret it: Live life to the fullest! What it's really about: an addict's dalliances with a transvestite stripper/dealer.
  6. One by U2
    How people misinterpret it: beautiful love song. What it's really about: soured love gone abusive.