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Journey - Don't stop believing

More than a slip?

MMDE: "She" took the midnight train, then "He" took the midnight train

Current: "He" took the midnight train both times

Here's another alternative memory which has previously been reported for a different reason. The first time was when the song "suddenly" appeared for many people and seemed to be getting played everywhere - this was discussed on Reddit. This time it's a lyric change, and a pretty obvious one too. 

At the start of Journeys' "Don't stop believin'", the written lyrics are:

Just a small town girl
Livin' in a lonely world
She took the midnight train goin' anywhere
Just a city boy
Born and raised in South Detroit
He took the midnight train goin' anywhere

Yet today you can clearly hear "He" took the midnight train both times, which makes no sense.

Best selling digital track from the 20th century

Often described as the "perfect rock anthem", it has featured countless times due to it's obvious inspirational message. So this means it clearly should be more widely known.