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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:

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* 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."
9th Nov '16 10:12:08 AM nombretomado
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* "Superstar" from ''JesusChristSuperstar'':

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* "Superstar" from ''JesusChristSuperstar'':''Theatre/JesusChristSuperstar'':
22nd Oct '16 1:52:49 PM Morgenthaler
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3rd Aug '16 8:03:54 AM yisfidri
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* Comedian and musician Richard Stilgoe's 45-minute poem ''Who Pays The Piper?'', which humorously outlines the history of music from Pan to the present day, contains a song outlining Chopin's life, set to the Minute Waltz, which contains several of these:

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* Comedian and musician Richard Stilgoe's 45-minute poem ''Who Pays The Piper?'', ''Music/WhoPaysThePiper'', which humorously outlines the history of music from Pan to the present day, contains a song outlining Chopin's life, set to the Minute Waltz, which contains several of these:
1st Jun '16 4:59:08 AM ClockStopping
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* Happens often in ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'', though it's usually not obvious because, as is common in rap, the structure tends to be pretty flexible and there are a lot of internal rhymes.
** One example from "Alexander Hamilton":
-->There would've been nothin' left to do for someone less astute\\
He would've been dead or destitute without a cent of restitut-\\
ion!
** And then one from "Satisfied":
-->I asked about his family, did you see his answ-\\
er? His hands started fidgeting, he looked askance:\\
He's penniless, he's flying by the seat of his pants!
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