Brad Roberts

Username: lordpigface

Band: Crash Test Dummies

From: Winnipeg, MB CANADA

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Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"his pee"

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"I think we should put Matt's following couplet just before Ray's Most excellent line: "He mumbles and scratches out lists on the trees; and draws golden angels in snow with he pee""

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"his pee"

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Lyric by lordpigface:

"I think we should put Matt's following couplet just before Ray's Most excellent line: "He mumbles and scratches out lists on the trees; and draws golden angels in snow with he pee""

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"This by the way would give us four couplets in a row--call it a verse, 8 lines long--and thus the next verse would begin to develop the story a little more, now that we have the picture painted. Make sense?"

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Lyric by lordpigface:

"I think we should put Matt's following couplet just before Ray's Most excellent line: "He mumbles and scratches out lists on the trees; and draws golden angels in snow with he pee""

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"Further, if we do this, I think the tone needs to switch: we should go from this general picture into a specific event, as in, for example, And then one fine day Mr. Santa looked up,"

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Lyric by lordpigface:

"I think we should put Matt's following couplet just before Ray's Most excellent line: "He mumbles and scratches out lists on the trees; and draws golden angels in snow with he pee""

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"i wish a could erase the last entry, i didn't mean to hit submit. the tone does need to switch, but my example is cut off and not very good."

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Lyric by lordpigface:

"I think we should put Matt's following couplet just before Ray's Most excellent line: "He mumbles and scratches out lists on the trees; and draws golden angels in snow with he pee""

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"in other words, having established the scene, lets dive into action. "

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Lyric by lordpigface:

"I think we should put Matt's following couplet just before Ray's Most excellent line: "He mumbles and scratches out lists on the trees; and draws golden angels in snow with he pee""

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"just joined now. ellen, your photo is GREAT. and so are the lyrics you've picked. its fun to be on the other side of this game! hello all. best, bardley."

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"The Truth is a tyrant, the Devil a bluff/ The old wolf in waiting to huff and to puff"

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"ignore this - it is meant for the first entry only. my bad."

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""The woman she stared, I started to shake Can only think, 'flashback,' am I even awake?" Todd Hughes Thanks Todd, for your iambic pentameter. You are one of the few who bothered to do this. When you write, 'The woman, she stared,' you are, I realize, trying to keep the iambs going. However, whenever you can, avoid sounding like you are trying to fit into the meter; this is very fucking hard, and I fight against it all the time. In this case, how about: The woman stared, and I began to shake All for now. Good to hear from you."

Brad Roberts commented on lordpigface's lyric:

"by the way, if this sounds terse or unfriendly, i don't mean to be. i slipped into lit teacher mode, here, I'm afraid!"

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Lyric by lordpigface:

""The woman she stared, I started to shake Can only think, 'flashback,' am I even awake?" Todd Hughes Thanks Todd, for your iambic pentameter. You are one of the few who bothered to do this. When you write, 'The woman, she stared,' you are, I realize, trying to keep the iambs going. However, whenever you can, avoid sounding like you are trying to fit into the meter; this is very fucking hard, and I fight against it all the time. In this case, how about: The woman stared, and I began to shake All for now. Good to hear from you."

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