"Eat Me, I'm A Danish" was a popular parody in Chicago when Johnny B. still did mornings on WLUP. From that, when people would call the station/him, the first words out were always "Hey, Johnny - EAT ME!".
I read years ago that Hendrix put out the bogus info on the misheard lyric, that it really was 'Scuse me while I kiss this guy, & he put out the story to screw with peoples' heads (and for a laugh). So, take your pick which is correct.
Since reading it in a Dave Barry column years ago, every time I hear "Jet Airliner" on the radio, I sing "Ohwhoaoh, Big Ol' Jed Had A Light On". It never sounded like that to me, but hearing it shortly after reading that, maybe/kinda/sort. Maybe not, but it's stuck in my head.
As is....Back in 1970, my sister was loaded one night & the utterly dreadful song "Patches" came on the radio, & she started singing along. She did ok until the lines "Every morning 'fore I went to school - I fed the chickens & I chopped wood, too." She came out with "Every moning 'fore I went to school - I chopped the chickens & I felt the mules." Whether that was deliberate or chemically induced, I'll never know, but it's stuck in my head (and cracks me up when I think of it).
A personal tongue trip is from my Pizza Hut days. The salad consisted of lettuce, red cabbage & carrots. One day, I was talking too fast & it came out "red cabbots & carriage". Once. One time. 30 years later, I still have to slow down & deliberately pronounce the words.
However, I CAN say "Unique New York" 3 times fast.