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fbharjo commented on the word guiltar
does it gently weep? a la beatles I look at you all see the love there that's sleepingWhile my gui(l)tar gently weepsI look at the floor and I see it need sweepingStill my gui(l)tar gently weepsI don't know why nobody told youhow to unfold you loveI don't know how someone controlled youthey bought and sold youI look at the world and I notice it's turningWhile my gui(l)tar gently weepsWith every mistake we must surely be learningStill my gui(l)tar gently weepsI don't know how you were divertedyou were perverted tooI don't know how you were invertedno one alerted youI look at you all see the love there that's sleepingWhile my gui(l)tar gently weepsI look at you allStill my guitar gently weepsWhere is gangerh when we need him?
March 4, 2009
tbtabby commented on the word guiltar
No, I got them from Uncle John's Bathroom Reader, which got them from the Washington Post, hence the tag.
nycanthro commented on the word guiltar
Can she play "my heart bleeds for you"?I've got one:How many Jewish mothers does it take to screw in a lightbulb?It's O.K. Bubbe, I'll just sit here in the dark.TB your portmanteaux are tres amusants! Are they of your own creation?
A musical instrument whose strings are pulled by your mother.