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Song Parodies -> "Pairs"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Bee Gees

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Parody Written by:

Dr Giorgio Coniglio dec

The Lyrics

The following songs about word-pairs can be found on my blog... Alliterative Binomials, part #1; Alliterative Binomials, part #2; Reduplications - Lesson; Reduplications - Lexicon A to K; Reduplications - Lexicon M to Z; Rhyming Binomials, A to M; Rhyming Binomials, M to Z; Legal Doublets.
Pairs - binomial phrases. There's
(Compared to single entities)
Flair, as seen in "wear and tear",
Where pairs submerge identities.

Two nouns joined with conjunction --
AND serves that "form and function", sometimes OR.
Verb-pairs and adjectives unite;
And "fish" and "fowl" with NEITHER/NOR.

"Shouts and murmurs": such a phrase
Explains the "ins and outs" to me.
With "back to front" I'm in a daze,
Enhancing "fears and doubts" to me.

I cringe at "one and only" words,
No single words I voice ...
So "near and dear",
Word-pairs are what can make all "guys and dolls" rejoice.
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