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Babelfishing Poetry: "Sausage (I Would Like To Stay In A Blanket)"

Babelfishing Poetry: "Sausage (I Would Like To Stay In A Blanket)"

Hello? How are you? Hope you're very well, fine, and dandy. And I hope you know that it's time for more Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, adjust the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem, because here comes Brian Hyland's 1960 hit, "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini." Babelfishing turns it into a whopping Freudian mess (see non-Freudian video here). Enjoy.


Sausage (I Would Like To Stay In A Blanket)

They can be so worried about his closet.
They are also nervous.
And they are afraid
to come out of the shadows.
She was afraid
that someone will be displayed.

2,3,4, who will say
what she is wearing?
She is wearing a man.
Tell people
that she wore itsy bitsy sausage.

Please tell me the
itty bitty sausage portion!
So, earn a minor part
of the sixteenth bikini.

So, yellow peas sausage,
would you like to stay in the closet?
Sixteenth was spotted wearing
a yellow bikini for the first time.
They wear today. Ta Dot!

She was afraid
to enter the open,
to make blankets to wear.
And she is leaving open
because she fears the dirt
that is bundled on the beach.

He will earn a minor portion
of the sausage (was a sixteenth).
Was spotted wearing a bikini
in the first yellow dot wore today.

Sausage.

Earn a minor as part of
the sixteenth bean. Yellow bikini,
I would like to stay in a blanket.

Now fear that the water,
I do not know if he intended to do.
Now fear that the water,
the poor and blue. He,
itsy bitsy teenie sausage Polk,
is the first time wearing a
yellow bikini today.

Sausage.

Itsy bitsy teenie bikini
yellow peas, and
even in the water,
I would like to stay.
From the treasury to the
credit worthiness, the beach,
and the lid, and water
from the beach, I think
there is
more.
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