There are very few people in the world who are actually tone deaf.
The term refers to people who have a neurological disorder that renders them unable to distinguish among musical pitches.
Truly tone deaf people even have trouble with the “music” of spoken language, for example, discerning whether a speaker’s inflection is going up into a question or down into a statement.
They can have trouble hearing the tiny differences in pitch that show whether a speaker is expressing anger, sadness, joy, or whimsy.
If you don’t have that trouble, then it isn’t tone deafness that plagues you.