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Date: 6-20-2014 12:11 AM
Subject: Babelfishing Poetry: "Chicken-Livered And Stress"
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Babelfishing Poetry: "Chicken-Livered And Stress"


Hello blog peeps.  How's everything going?  Hunky-dory?  Yes?  That's fabulous!  And you know what else is fabulous?  More Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, scramble the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem, that's what else is fabulous.

And what better song to usher in the Summer Solstice than rockabilly artist Eddie Cochran's classic hit "Summertime Blues"? (Listen to Cochran's version here, or the Beach Boys, where they look all of 15, here, or Blue Cheer's interpretation here, or The Who's recording here, or Dick Dale And His Del-Tones surfabilly live version here, or Joan Jett's punk rendition here, or alternative rockers the Dandy Warhols funereal acoustic take here, or Levon Helm live on SCTV here.)  Enjoy. 


Chicken-Livered And Stress

But we combined your knotted hair.
I said, "Man, I have my daughter home.
How do I operate at all times throughout the heat?"
The man called to start a computer method of operation.
There is a boss and said, "Daughter,
you are what's late for work."
I, perhaps?
What do I do?
But I will never be edited.
Chicken-livered and stress.

Congratulations, you have just said to me, "Behold, my mother and my name."
Son, some of that money must go back to us,
then you use the assistant vehicle,
and I will go next week.
I'm going to win three.
I suffered because I wasn't me.
Those three cars, or lick run.
I, perhaps?
What do I do?
But I will never be edited.
Chicken-livered and stress.

Two weeks.
These guys are strong, that's it.
How to set the problem in Denmark?
When the people are in front of the State, another occurs
in council, confirming the US employer name.
I want to help the children,
but you're mean.
I, perhaps?
What do I do?
But I will never be edited.
Chicken-livered and stress.


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