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Here's to the English language - Rows in a row

My title "rows in a row" is a little pun, actually. The first "row" should rhyme with "cow", the second with "low". Isn't the English language too cute? I never knew the pronunciation of "recipe" until I had a discussion with another hobby cook and we both seemd to be using some funny word that the other could not understand (in my mind "recipe" rhymed with "kite"). We had a good laugh when we found out that we meant the very same.

Whatever. KOMIR set "rows in a row" to music - but didn't get the joke. It's a nice song anyway:

KOMIR: rows in a row

These are my lyrics:


to start a row
you need neither cause nor reason
act like I'd committed treason
you heed neither time nor season
but I don't wanna leave
ain't gonna leave
I don't wanna leave you at all

rows in a row
can't we agree at all
will there always be
rows in a row

when we make up
you can be a real dish
you'd do anything I wish
no you ain't a cold fish
and I don't wanna leave
ain't gonna leave
I don't wanna leave at all

rows in a row
can't we agree at all
will there always be
rows in a row

rows in a row
can't we agree at all
will there always be
rows in a row

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