The wild dogs cry out in the night,As much as I appreciate the intricacy of a lyric like "As sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti," you just can't rhyme "company" and "Serengeti." You also shouldn't have to blurt out that entire line as fast as possible in a futile effort to catch up with the rhyme scheme.
As they grow restless, longing for some solitary company.
I know that I must do what's right,
As sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti.
I get stupid,Link: "Humpty Dance" on Youtube, lyric is from 2:15 to 2:20
I shoot an arrow like Cupid,
I use a word that don't mean nothin',
Are you more than hot for me?Still makes me smile in the way that only perfect unintentional comedy can. Book!
Or am I a page in your history -- book?
Hey, you, get off my cloud,To make this work, he has to half-mumble, half-mispronounce "style," making it sound something like "st-oww." And even then it's an imperfect rhyme.
You don't know me and you don't know my style.
So open up your morning light,Dawson, Pacey and Joey are rolling over in their graves.
And say a little prayer for I.
I feel you creeping,Rhyming shadow with Gallardo is already borderline... but then rhyming both of those with a contrived reference to "Tae Bo"... yikes.
I can see it from my shadow.
Wanna jump up in my Lamborghini Gallardo.
Maybe go to my place and just kick it like Tae Bo.
Fergalicious (so delicious)Rhyming delicious with promiscuous -- bad. Rhyming delicious and vicious with fitness -- very bad. Spelling tasty with an "e" -- unforgivable.
But I ain't promiscuous.
I'm Fergalicious (so delicious)
My body stay vicious,
I be up in the gym just working on my fitness.
T to the A, to the S T E Y,
Girl, you're tasty.
Can you pay my bills?Actually, I guess it's a decent way to combine two words. Feels like it could've been in a Sniglets calendar. (To make a reference that 0.05 percent of my audience will get.)
Can you pay my telephone bills?
Can you pay my automo-bills?
My only addiction has to do with the female species,Link: "Rico Suave" on Youtube, lyrics are from 0:42 to 0:46, 2:31 to 2:35 and 2:58 to 3:02
I eat 'em raw like sushi.
But you kept persisting that I meet your parents,
Hah, they're going to love my appearance!
I'm used to good old-fashioned home-style Spanish cooking,
If I try that I'll be puking.
You consider me the young apprentice,Those two words do not rhyme. No matter how much of an accent you have.
Caught between the Scylla and Charybdis.
The midget says, "Mister, the man that pay me to this would kill me if I tell!"Tell and myself don't rhyme. Oh, and I checked with Webster's, and they aren't planning on adding "shitted" to next year's dictionaries.
He points the gun in his face, the midget say, "God, I think I just shitted on myself."
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