Wheel Of Fortune 80’s Song Lyrics With No Letters
Wheel Of Fortune 80’s Song Lyrics With No Letters – “‘Wheel of Fortune’ won’t make me think I’ve heard the lyrics wrong for almost 40 years,” wrote one Twitter user.
A contestant on “Wheel of Fortune” mixed up the lyrics to the famous 80s song, “Sweet Dreams” – and it seems that he is not alone in his mistake.
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On Tuesday’s episode of “Wheel of Fortune,” contestant Chris Bryant went on to solve a “Song Lyrics” puzzle featuring the lyrics of Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams:” “Sweet dreams are made of these.”
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Although only three letters were not revealed, Bryant flubbed the last word, which was already fully resolved when he said it out loud. he said “
,” which many people also believe is the correct lyric, because that’s the word it sounds like eurythmic singer Annie Lennox sings on the track. More importantly, the next line in the song — “I’ve sailed the world and the seven seas” — Ends with “im,” which rhymes with “the.”
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Many social media users reacted on Twitter after learning the (apparently) correct lyrics, expressing their surprise at this new revelation. While a good number of viewers on Twitter seemed equally confused, they didn’t blame Bryant for mispronouncing the answer to the puzzle.
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“Until I hear Annie Lennox confirm that the lyrics are ‘sweet dreams are made of,’ I won’t believe it,” one person wrote. “‘Wheel of Fortune’ won’t make me think I’ve heard the lyrics wrong for almost 40 years.”
“Today I learned that ‘sweet dreams are made of this’ not ‘the,'” another viewer tweeted. “Anyone else question everything they know?”
One user wrote that they were going to “impress the contestant”, noting that “when they sing the song, it sounds like they’re saying ‘sweet dreams are made of these’ instead of ‘this’.”
Another added: “The lyric is definitely ‘Sweet dreams are made of this’ but it rhymes with ‘I’ve sailed the world and the seven seas’ so I won’t blame the guy for a…
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Until I hear Annie Lennox confirm that the lyrics are “Sweet dreams are made of this”, I won’t believe it. Wheel of Fortune won’t let me think I heard the lyrics wrong for almost 40 years. #sweetdreamsaremadeofTHESE pic.twitter.com/pGppkuABpx — Ebonie Griffin (@ebonie1015) March 15, 2022 @ebonie1015
Sweet dreams are made of “this?” I was years old today when I learned that “this” is not the right lyric. #WheelofFortune — Chuck Tonini (@Chuck_Tonini) March 15, 2022 @Chuck_Tonini
Today I learned it’s “sweet dreams are made of this” not “the.” Anyone else question everything they know? #WheelOfFortune — Gothic Gamelabs (@GothicGamelabs) March 15, 2022 @GothicGamelabs
I will defend the contestant. When they sing the song, it sounds like they’re saying “sweet dreams are made of these” instead of “this.” #WheelOfFortune — Martin Pinnau (@martinpinnau) March 15, 2022 @martinpinnau
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The guy on #WheelOfFortune just said “sweet dreams are made of these” to solve the puzzle, and that’s exactly what I said too. I could have sworn it was “the one”! — 5tayOffMyLawn5 – TL50🔥 (@5tayOffMyLawn5) March 16, 2022 @5tayOffMyLawn5
Actually!! Rod got it right. We’ve been singing “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” wrong forever. #WheelOfFortune— Creative Resistor (@LinProjectVoter) March 15, 2022 @LinProjectVoter
The lyric is definitely “Sweet dreams are made of this” but it rhymes with “I’ve sailed the world and the seven seas” so I won’t blame the dude for faking it. #WheelOfFortune— sip on Leninade ☭ 🚩 (@commiestar666) March 15, 2022 @commiestar666
I definitely said “sweet dreams are made of these” even with “this” on the board. It’s a habit! #WheelOfFortune @WheelofFortune @patsajak— ashley (@hamwitAF) March 15, 2022 @hamwitAF On Tuesday’s episode of “Wheel of Fortune,” contestant Kris Bryant failed to solve the puzzle in the “Song Lyrics” category when he guessed “Sweet Dreams are made of these” instead of “sweet dreams are made of this.” The lyric is the opening line of the Eurythmics hit, “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” and appears at other points during the song.
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What’s worse, “this” was already spelled out, but Bryant still said “the,” perhaps signaling how conditioned we are to think what the line really is. Another contestant would go on to correctly solve the puzzle.
“Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” was the song that introduced millions of fans to the Eurythmics, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1983.
It’s not the first time a lyricist has tripped up someone on the show. In January, Raven-Symoné belted out a line to the Bee Gees’ classic “Stay ‘Alive” while competing on “Wheel of Fortune.”
These aren’t the only instances of music fans getting an education in lyrical content in recent memory. Earlier this month, Katy Perry said her hit “Firework” also had a line that fans were getting wrong.
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“It’s not ‘up, up, up’ and it’s not ‘ahh, ahh, ahh,'” she told Luke Bryan about the song’s chorus on an episode of “American Idol.”
Earlier this month, some contestants struggled to find the phrase “another feather in your cap.” Some viewers mocked the contestants’ inability to make the correct guess, prompting host Pat Sajak to defend them.
“It’s always painful when lovely people come on our show to play a game and win some money and maybe fulfill a lifelong dream, and are then subjected to online ridicule when they make a mistake or something goes wrong,” he tweeted.
Drew Weisholtz is a reporter for digital, focusing on pop culture, nostalgia and trending stories. He has seen every episode of “Saved by the Master” at least 50 times, has perfected the crane kick from “The Karate Kid” and performs stand-up comedy, and also cheers on the New York Yankees and New York Giants. A graduate of Rutgers University, he is the married father of two kids who believe he is ridiculous.