Hello! Friday, Friday, Friday! Woo-hoo! *fist pump* And it's raining here! Woo-hoo! Take that, drought! *fist shake* And, oh, hey, look, it's also time for more Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, tweak the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.
Iconic singer/songwriter/musician/actor/cool dude David Bowie passed away earlier this week, so here's one of my favorite Bowie songs, from his 1973 album Aladdin Sane, "Panic in Detroit" (read lyrics [click Show More] and listen to song here). Enjoy.
The Only Weakness Of Denmark
This seems to be a true butterfly evara.
This is the diesel-powered valve.
The gun slowly rolling, lulling him,
The National Philharmonic Prima Vista Band, the only people present.
We come in autumn heaven's collapse and at heaven night on East-West
What happened? They alerted police.
Until recently, we have this.
The last survive drops of 1.
I went to school
to see their costumes, and nice to see you again.
I am, I am, and I cried out and the car was taken by using a great deal of planning, very much.
Sleeping in the car lights jump dumb.
10,000 minutes at this original beauty $.
People who deal with time processing,
of standing passengers in the district-owned
tools and peace.
I ran Windows ME, sleeping.
Detroit, the only weakness of Denmark.
I see the signs.
They tend to collect dust immediately.
I'd like to look at any person.