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Babelfishing Poetry: "Always Like A Yihot"

Babelfishing Poetry: "Always Like A Yihot"

Hello!  And how are you lovely bloggity people today?  Great, I hope.  So, pull up a chair and get ready for some Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, tart up the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.

This week's Babelfish comes from alt-rockers OK Go and their song "The Writing's On the Wall" (watch video, done in one long continuous take, here).  Enjoy. 

Always Like A Yihot

I jumped to my feet, o man, I do, he said, I know.
So you know no difference to me.
Now I'll play or what results.
They know all the kids because it's the three authors.

Mark wall.
It's always like a yihot,
a good morning.
Mark wall.

But how do you want to Montreal tonight?
Eye(s), I want to see some funny stories.
Some of my eye(s) is fun.

You can, and it is very cold,
our next éduirer.
Then you and I, I like jirrilassaw.
However, the true leader of three food protection.

View in Monte Carlo.
We are all of us too.

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