Wednesday, March 4th is National Grammar Day. If you're looking for a way to celebrate you could buy a T-shirt:
Or you could go and listen to the Rock and Roll Bad Grammar Hall of Fame.
(By the way, I definitely think the Doors belong at the top of this list, but I think they picked the wrong song. True, "Till the stars fall from the sky for you and I" (from "Touch Me") is an egregious grammatical sin, but I find "If they say I never loved you, you know they are a liar" (from "L.A. Woman") much more painful to the ear.)
If you want to get me a present, then remember that apostrophes are for contractions and possessives but Never ever for plurals.
And don't ever call Jim Morrison a poet.