If you've ever made a radio ad, you'll know that they have to be checked out by the RACC to make sure they aren't rude or dubious.
The RACC (The Radio Advertising Clearance Centre) are, when you come down to brass tacks, the "Terms and conditions" people. They make sure that ads with horses in bikinis, get-rich-quick scams or Olympic branding words don't air on your favourite station.
This morning, the production team was musing about what would happen if the RACC had to clear song lyrics...
I just called to say I love you (Calls cost 10p per minute from BT landlines)
I feel like I'm knockin' on heaven's door. (Death may be required for spiritual door-knocking. Terms and conditions apply)
Welcome to the Hotel California (Booking fees and charges may apply)
Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz? (Subject to finance approval)
My heart will go on (Please note: life support systems may be switched off if you do not keep up repayments)
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger (Not true in cases of impact with buses)
If you like it then you should've put a ring on it (Warning: ring not to be applied to body parts other than finger)
Goodness gracious, great balls of fire (Pyrotechnics regulated by the Greater London Authority)