At least that's what my 10-year-old ears thought they heard in the lyrics of the 1967 hit, "I'm a Soul Man". The phrase is repeated 12 or more times in the song, and it certainly sounded to me like the singer was angry about something. It wasn't until a movie came out many years later that I was set straight on the lyrics. I'm not sure if "His Words" has lyrics that could be so woefully misunderstood, but we'll see.
I enjoy parodies of famous songs, but do so secretly so as to not offend those who cherish the non-parodied originals. So I shant list any examples.
Pop music vocal styles don't place as much emphasis on enunciation as does classical vocal training, and sometimes it opens pop songs up for humorous parody-making.