Hello! Would you like to see some more Babelfishing Poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, get silly with the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem? You would? Well gee willikers, you're in luck!
This week it's electronic musician Dan Deacon's "Feel The Lightning" (which, according to Deacon, is an attempt to confront his anxieties and insecurities; watch video here). Enjoy.
Kill The Dish
You feel the strength of your skin?
Fire is outlined,
earning you a life, no capital open first Japanese current 4.
There are now over, however is our formation finish.
That's my dream.
I try not to worry.
Nevertheless, I remain concerned.
I can do this because
I want to be.
in front of us, the eyes
before the change in clusters between village.
How do we know this individual?
Hands and face, 400, 10,000.
I see the sand.
The ancient sea is drying up.
He came from heaven and cried.
I first heard Tom sing status of the time.
Eddie is the name reservation nun published dust mixed only a revolt.
And it is a big mistake.
The dream of power.
Hanalei Moon changes
the highest of praise.
Kill the dish.
See the power of your skin?
In the event of fire, o Muhammad,
you wait your life to start now.
And now, in clusters between village, I'm tired.