The 13 song lyrics people ask about the most, according to Amazon Alexa data

Justin timberlakeVittorio Zunino Celotto/GettyJustin Timberlake, perplexed.

In today’s world, when you have a lyric stuck in your head but don’t know the song it comes from, the answer is just a quick search away. 

Tracking this impulse, Amazon has released a list of the song lyrics that people have most frequently asked about on its Alexa devices.

“The most requested lyrics don’t always correspond with the title or chorus of each song,” the company notes in a release, explaining the double appearance of a certain Justin Timberlake song on its list. 

From “We all live in a yellow submarine” to “swish swish bish,” these lyrics have confounded and intrigued Alexa owners enough to inquire about the songs they originate from.

Here are the 13 song lyrics that people get confused about the most, according to Amazon Alexa data:

13. '...we all live in a yellow submarine' -- The Beatles, 'Yellow Submarine'

12. '...the battle of Yorktown' -- Hamilton Cast Recording, 'Yorktown'

11. '...tell me what you want what you really really want' -- Spice Girls, 'Wannabe'

10. '...standing in the hall of fame' -- The Script feat., 'Hall of Fame'

9. '...I got sunshine in my pocket' -- Justin Timberlake, 'Can't Stop the Feeling!'

8.'...swish swish bish' -- Katy Perry, 'Swish Swish'

7. '...I'm a rebel just for kicks' -- Portugal. The Man, 'Feel It Still'

6. '...once, I was seven years old' -- Lukas Graham, '7 Years'

5. '...true love won't desert you' -- Journey, 'Separate Ways'

4. '...I came in like a wrecking ball' -- Miley Cyrus, 'Wrecking Ball'

3. '...I got this feeling inside my bones' -- Justin Timberlake, 'Can't Stop the Feeling!'

2.'...head out on the highway' -- Steppenwolf, 'Born To Be Wild'

1. '...I can make your hands clap' -- Fitz and the Tantrums, 'HandClap'

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