Mondegreen (noun) is a misheard lyric in a song. The term comes from an old song which contains the lyric “They slew the Earl of Moray and laid him on the green.” It was commonly misheard as “They slew the Earl of Moray and Lady Mondegreen.”*

“There’s a bathroom on the right” is a mondegreen of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “There’s a bad moon on the rise.”  And then there is Jimmy Hendrix’s “scuze me while I kiss this guy”… no comment there. 🙂

With the greater resolution and detail that our products can help you achieve, you might finally understand the words to that song that have eluded you for years.  So in the interest of great sound and avoiding mondegreen, you owe it to yourself to try one or more of our system-enhancing products.

Ultra Vivid, Prelude and Talisman Magnetic Optimizer to clean and treat your CDs and LPs

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Velocitor to clean up your power

Contact us if you have questions about how to get started with these or any of our products.

BTW: No offense to Tony Danza, but Elton John’s song lyric is “Hold me closer, tiny dancer.”

*From the Urban

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