If you’re offended by strong language or there are little ears around then you might decide not to listen. Or do what I do and sing it at the top of your voice, only substituting with the words “I really mucked it up this time”.
Although we’re coming to the stage where lyrical subterfuges are being questioned. The Kings of Leon song “Your Sex is on Fire” is known as “Your Saxophone Fire” in our house which has saved us not only significant public embarrassment but also allowed us to avoid being reported to DOCS for letting the kids listen to music with inappropriate lyrics. But I didn’t know what to say to my 4 year old the other day when she asked why on earth the song had that title when there weren’t even any saxophones playing in it. I just mumbled something about artistic licence and halted further questions by distracting her with an ice cream. Champagne parenting.