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19th Sep '17 12:27:58 AM PaulA
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* Music/TomLehrer
--> Eating an orange
--> While making love
--> Makes for bizarre enj-
--> oyment thereof.

to:

* Music/TomLehrer
--> Eating
Music/TomLehrer:
**
--->Eating
an orange
-->
orange\\
While making love
-->
love\\
Makes for bizarre enj-
-->
enj--\\
oyment thereof.



-->When you attend a funeral
-->It is sad to think that sooner or l-
-->ater those you love will do the same for you...
-->And you may have thought it tragic
-->Not to mention other adjec-
-->tives to think of all the weeping they will do...

to:

-->When --->When you attend a funeral
-->It
funeral\\
It
is sad to think that sooner or l-
-->ater
l--\\
ater
those you love will do the same for you...
-->And
you...\\
And
you may have thought it tragic
-->Not
tragic\\
Not
to mention other adjec-
-->tives
adjec--\\
tives
to think of all the weeping they will do...



-->Smut!
-->Give me smut and nothing but!
-->A dirty novel I can't shut,
-->If it's uncut,
-->And unsubt-
-->tle.

to:

-->Smut!
-->Give
--->Smut!\\
Give
me smut and nothing but!
-->A
but!\\
A
dirty novel I can't shut,
-->If
shut,\\
If
it's uncut,
-->And unsubt-
-->tle.
uncut,\\
And unsubt--\\
tle.



-->Turn on the spigot,\\

to:

-->Turn --->Turn on the spigot,\\



And ''gaudeamus igit-ur''.

to:

And ''gaudeamus igit-ur''.igit--\\
ur''.
9th Jul '17 2:47:40 AM HeroicJay
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cided to smile

to:

cided -cided to smile



lar.

to:

lar.-lar.



y!

to:

y!-y!
** In both of the latter two "Popular" cases, the ends of the words ''also'' rhyme with a different nearby line.



ing gravity.

to:

ing -ing gravity.



lly work to bring to pass occur\\

to:

lly -lly work to bring to pass occur\\



Tling thing.

to:

Tling -tling thing.



Ing dot by dot

to:

Ing -ing dot by dot



Copia of imperfections.

to:

Copia -copia of imperfections.



Derneath all the veils.

to:

Derneath -derneath all the veils.



phia!"

to:

phia!"-phia!"



ion!

to:

ion!-ion!



er? His hands started fidgeting, he looked askance:\\

to:

er? -er? His hands started fidgeting, he looked askance:\\
9th Jul '17 2:35:05 AM HeroicJay
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** Still "Popular":
-->You're gonna grin and bear it!\\
Your newfound popularit-\\
y!
2nd Jun '17 8:40:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* AlanJackson's "Like Red on a Rose" has one:

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* AlanJackson's Music/AlanJackson's "Like Red on a Rose" has one:
5th May '17 8:16:58 PM Prfnoff
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** "Bright College Days" does this bilingually:
-->Turn on the spigot,\\
Pour the beer and swig it,\\
And ''gaudeamus igit-ur''.
19th Apr '17 2:30:44 PM rtg142857
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** The song "The Bells of Notre Dame" includes another:
-->Dark was the night when our tale was begun
-->On the docks near Notre Dame
-->Four frightened gypsies slid silently un-
-->der the docks near Notre Dame
12th Mar '17 11:02:34 AM nombretomado
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* In the final episode of the first series of ''MitchBenn's Crimes Against Music'', he and Richard Stilgoe are having a satirical song contest; when Stilgoe challenges Benn to continue the song "I went to the supermarket and there I bought an orange", Mitch melts. But he later comes back:

to:

* In the final episode of the first series of ''MitchBenn's ''Music/MitchBenn's Crimes Against Music'', he and Richard Stilgoe are having a satirical song contest; when Stilgoe challenges Benn to continue the song "I went to the supermarket and there I bought an orange", Mitch melts. But he later comes back:
16th Feb '17 7:57:25 AM MikeK
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* Music/KatyPerry's "Chained To The Rhythm" splits the word "zombie" in two to get an extra rhyme out of it:
-->Turn it up, it's your favorite song
-->Dance, dance, dance to the distortion
-->turn it up, keep it on repeat
-->Stumbling around like a wasted zom-
-->bie
-->Yeah, we think we're free...
17th Jan '17 10:38:39 PM NWolfman
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This is the extreme form of what is technically known as "enjambment," spreading a phrase or sentence over two lines instead of fitting each thought to its own line. It's also referred to as "in-verse rhyming."

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This is the extreme form of what is technically known as "enjambment," spreading a phrase or sentence over two lines instead of fitting each thought to its own line. It's also referred to as "in-verse rhyming."
17th Jan '17 10:37:44 PM NWolfman
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This is the extreme form of what is technically known as "enjambment," spreading a phrase or sentence over two lines instead of fitting each thought to its own line.

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This is the extreme form of what is technically known as "enjambment," spreading a phrase or sentence over two lines instead of fitting each thought to its own line. It's also referred to as "in-verse rhyming."
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