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"Bringing in the Cheese" (And Other Lyrics Misheard By Kids in Church)
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We know kids say funny things, but sometimes they sing them, too! Here are some familiar church songs and hymns, hilariously misunderstood by kids. If you have one to add to the list, let us know with a comment below!

1. "Bringing in the sheets" or "Bringing in the cheese" (from "Bringing in the Sheaves")

2. "That saved a wrench like me" and "Through many dangerous toys and snails..." (that saved a wretch ... through many dangers, toils and snares, from "Amazing Grace")

3. "Low in the gravy lay" and "Up from the gravy, a rose!" (Low in the grave He lay ... Up from the grave, He arose, from "Up from the Grave He Arose")

4. "And sinners punched beneath that flood..." (And sinners plunged beneath that flood, from "There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood")

5. "I am salty, I am salty..." (from "I Exalt Thee")

6. "Are you sowing the seed of the king, dumb brother?" (Are you sowing the seed of the kingdom, brother? from "Are You Sowing the Seed?")

7. "He socked me, and He boxed me..." (He sought me, and He bought me, from "Victory in Jesus")

8. "Angels in bright raincoats rolled the stone away..." (Angels in bright raiment rolled the stone away, from "Thine Be the Glory")

9. "He is trampling on the vineyard where the great giraffe is stored" (He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored, from "The Battle Hymn of the Republic")

10. "They are wheat, but He is straw" or "They are weak, but tea is strong" (They are weak, but He is strong from "Jesus Loves Me")

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