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Alliteration is the repetition of a sound in the beginning of two or more words. We're looking for examples in music lyrics.

Lyrics Alliteration, Bob Dylan

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Bob Dylan's, "Gates of Eden"
The Lyrics:
The savage soldier sticks his head in sand and then complains unto the shoeless hunter who's gone deaf but still remains upon the beach where hound dogs bay at ships with tatooed sails heading for the Gates of Eden
Why:
This is one of Dylan's best examples of alliteration.
Submitted by: Richard Mulhaupt
Bob Dylan's, "Lay Lady Lay"
The Lyrics:
Lay, lady, lay
Lay across my big brass bed.
Why:
Four words beginning with 'l', followed by three 'b''s.
Submitted by: Rocky
Bob Dylan's, "Mr. Tambourine Man"
The Lyrics:
Though you might hear laughin', spinnin', swingin' madly 'cross the sun
Why:
The "s" sound.
Submitted by: DeeDee
Bob Dylan's, "Ramona"
The Lyrics:
Ramona come closer, shut softly your watery eyes. The pangs of you sadness will pass as your senses will rise. Your cracked country lips I still wish to kiss as to be by the strength of you skin
Why:
Almost every line and verse of this song is filled with alliteration. But the most amazing thing is that the alliteration does not in any way take away from the meaning and beauty of the lyrics
Submitted by: Larry Gorman

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