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These are my first lyrics with a male counterpart. At the beginning, it was just one part but I thought it will be nice to add someone else and see how it will come along. I wrote these lyrics because I love dancing and I want one day to learn dance styles with a partner such as tango and salsa. So, I thought why not write down, for now, how it would feel to learn for the first time and this is what I came up with.
My friend and I were thinking of how we were so unlucky in love. We were thinking why the guys we wanted always ran away from us (do not worry we are not some kind of crazy psychopaths). I guess it was because we would misread the situation a lot; we would go by what we thought they were rather than what we had in front of us. So the lyrics came together to make humor of the situation therefore the lyrics are set in a funny tone. They are not meant to make a sad song.
A variation on the tonguetwister, written for crowd participation. It should be funny, as many in the crowd will find it very difficult to participate. It is to be sung in 3 or 1. The first word of every line is on the downbeat for the measure. I sang it to the tune of a calliope (C E G, low G, E, G) to my kids. It is to be sung very slowly at first, to let the audience join in. It is sped up over several repetitions until the singer has outpaced the audience, at which point he sings the last two verses to wind up the story.
Kids' singalong style song, conceived to the tune of "There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea" (until the repeating verse at the end -- the bird's actual song -- to which I had another tune) about a proud bird singing of his own attributes.
Humorous lamentation of the sleep deprived father of a young child or young children. I conceived this song as a variation on the beloved nursery rhyme, "Hey, Diddle, Diddle", to the tune I heard when I was a child.