Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Bob Dylan Sings Limerick-Lyrics: A Simple Twist of Verse

POST #127
PARODY-LYRICS, based on traditional poetry (limericks)
ORIGINAL SONG: "Simple Twist of FateBob Dylan 1975; covers by Diana Krall and Sean Costello are recommended.
ORIGINAL POETRY: At Wikipedia you can find a discussion of limericks dealing with the 'man from Nantucket'; click here.
PARODY COMPOSED: Giorgio Coniglio, June 2016.

KEYWORDS: goldenoldy, wordplay, poetry, traditional.

Leigh Mercer, author of the underlying mathematical limerick, is best known for his palindrome, "A man, a plan, a canal, Panama"


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