History Main / RhymingWithItself

1st May '16 2:37:10 PM MisterApple
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* In most of EdwardLear's early limericks, the first and last lines are the same, with this as the inevitable consequence. [[http://wonderingminstrels.blogspot.com/2000/03/there-was-old-man-with-beard-edward.html One]] rhymes "beard" with "beard".

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* In most of EdwardLear's Edward Lear's early limericks, the first and last lines are the same, with this as the inevitable consequence. [[http://wonderingminstrels.blogspot.com/2000/03/there-was-old-man-with-beard-edward.html One]] rhymes "beard" with "beard".
23rd Apr '16 4:26:19 PM SantosLHalper
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->'''Binky:''' People think I can't write a poem, but they are so wrong, I CAN write a poem. I wrote this one, I wrote this poem, and I gave it the title "Binky's Poem". So [[BigShutUp SHUT UP]]! The end!

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->'''Binky:''' People think I can't write a poem, but poem,
->But
they are so wrong, I CAN write a poem. I poem.
->I
wrote this one, I wrote this poem, and poem,
->And
I gave it the title "Binky's Poem". So Poem".
->So
[[BigShutUp SHUT UP]]! The end!
30th Mar '16 6:24:23 PM Alucard
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* "Moonchild" by Music/IronMaiden has the last verse rhyming "night" with itself. [[Music/BruceDickinson Bruce's]] epic story-teller enunciation on both lines makes it hard to notice.
29th Mar '16 3:37:43 PM Fulgur
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* One of the plays of Jára Cimrman Theatre in Prague contains a poem that is ALL this, containing "rhymes" like "Our old clock beats four o'clock". Jára Cimrman apparently believed that a rhyme must repeat the whole word in order to be considered perfect. The actors mention (with a straight face, as always) that it's still not a perfect solution, since the perfection of the rhyme is at the cost of "certain diminishment of the meaning".
13th Mar '16 7:40:16 AM STARcasticOreo
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**And then in "Wakko's America":
-->Sacramento, California; Oklahoma and its '''city'''\\
Charleston, West Virginia and Nevada, Carson '''City!'''
24th Feb '16 10:01:28 AM nombretomado
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* ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'' has an opening song that constantly rhymes "you" with "you." This is by Music/ChrisCornell, the same person who wrote the end credits music for ''Film/TheAvengers''.

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* ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'' has an opening song that constantly rhymes "you" with "you." This is by Music/ChrisCornell, the same person who wrote the end credits music for ''Film/TheAvengers''.''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''.
20th Feb '16 9:57:55 AM ItsukiTheEsper
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** Also, in "Heroes":
-->I, I wish you could swim
-->Like the dolphins, like dolphins can swim
3rd Feb '16 6:36:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* The musical adaptation of ''FindingNeverland'' has these lines from "When Your Feet Don't Touch the Ground"

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* The musical adaptation of ''FindingNeverland'' ''Film/FindingNeverland'' has these lines from "When Your Feet Don't Touch the Ground"
14th Jan '16 11:46:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* SonataArctica rhymes "seeing" with itself in the full version of "Everything Fades to Gray".
* TheMagneticFields pull off a sneaky one in "I Don't Believe You":

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* SonataArctica Music/SonataArctica rhymes "seeing" with itself in the full version of "Everything Fades to Gray".
* TheMagneticFields Music/TheMagneticFields pull off a sneaky one in "I Don't Believe You":



* MCLars' Deangelo Vickers:

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* MCLars' Music/MCLars' Deangelo Vickers:
8th Jan '16 1:37:41 AM JewelSparkles
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* Music/Live has a WordSaladLyrics song called "Rattlesnake" that contains the following homophone rhyme:

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* Music/Live {{Music/Live}} has a WordSaladLyrics song called "Rattlesnake" that contains the following homophone rhyme:
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