When I listen to The Beatles’ song ‘Ticket To Ride’, I hear them sing: ‘She don’t care’ and ‘my baby don’t care’. If I would have said that at my oral examination at high school, the teacher would certainly have said this was wrong. I should have said: ‘She doesn’t care’ and ‘my baby doesn’t care’.
Is ‘my baby don’t care’ a kind of Liverpool slang or is this just a kind of poetic license in pop music?
Are there other examples where erroneous grammar is being used in everyday life, in films or in music?