We may never accurately figure out what many of the songs we grew up on truly meant to say. They’ve meant many things to us all over the years, and probably something entirely different to the artists who wrote them. Well, one artist and cartoonist – or artoonist as he likes to call himself – from Iceland, Hugleikur Dagsson, brought us a twisted and insanely hilarious take on some of our time’s greatest hits.

These simple illustrations by Dagsson may be less-than-sophisticated, but their snappy, hilarious accuracy left us in splits. Be warned, his rude and vulgar style may not be for everyone, but it sure makes for some pretty entertaining comics, to say the very least.

Disclaimer: NSFW content.

Sex Pistols: Anarchy In The UK

The Police: Every Breath You Take

Celine Dion: My Heart Will Go On

Amy Winehouse

Madonna: Like A Virgin

Bruce Springsteen: Born To Run

Deep Purple: Smoke On The Water

Bob Dylan: Blowing In The Wind

Christmas Carols: Silent Night

Nelly: Hot In Here

Johnny Cash: Ring Of Fire

Led Zeppelin: Stairway To Heaven

Dire Straits: Money For Nothing

Baha Men: Who Let The Dogs Out

Berlin: Take My Breath Away

R. Kelly: I Believe I Can Fly

KISS: I Was Made For Lovin’ You

Meat Loaf: I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)

Simon And Garfunkel: The Sound Of Silence

Aerosmith: I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing

Wham!: Last Christmas

Elton John: Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me

Jay-Z: 99 Problems

The Beach Boys: Good Vibrations

Dean Martin: Let It Snow

Prince: Kiss

Oasis: Wonderwall

George Michael: Careless Whisper

Extreme: More Than Words

Queen: Somebody To Love

The Doors: Hello, I Love You, Won’t You Tell Me Your Name

Bruce Springsteen: Born In The U.S.A

Ice Cube: Today Was A Good Day

Kelis: Milkshake

Aaaaaand these songs will never be the same again.