This line is from Avril Lavigne's "Sk8er Boi." Surprisingly, there are four writers credited on this song.
This is a real line from U2's hit, "Staring at the Sun." Despite this lyric, the song reached No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Apparently "tattoo" is a no-no word for Kidz. Exchange "tattoo" for "hairdo" and you've got a line from Hot Chelle Rae's "Tonight, Tonight."
Madonna actually rhymed "New York" with "dork" on her 'Confessions On a Dance Floor' song, "I Love New York." Cringe-worthy.
'Kidz Bop' was not okay with The Wanted's "hand you another drink, drink it if you can" line from their song, "Glad You Came." But perhaps they should have addressed the fact that you can't hand someone a dance.
This is one of the less inspired lines from America's folk rock classic, "A Horse With No Name."
'Kidz Bop' replaced Christina Aguilera's "f-ck you" with "boo hoo" in their version of "Not Myself Tonight."
This line's from the 'Kidz Bop' cover of Flo Rida's "Wild Ones." Real lyrics: "Party rocker, foot-show stopper, more Chambord, number one, club popper, got a hangover like too much vodka."
On Donna Summer's "MacArthur Park," she recounts a long lost love, and a cake recipe that she just can't stop thinking about.
The only word 'Kidz Bop' changed here is "silly" (from "tipsy"). The rest are actual lyrics from Ke$ha's "Tik Tok."