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A song of palindromes

This may be a response to King David’s Songs of Ascents, or an idle evening’s work by a wierd mathy geek. Either way, we like it.

Hat-tip: Derrik Jordan

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  1. Zimmermann's Coffee House says:

    More likely a response to Bob’s Subterranean Homesick Blues?? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx4pRyEtit4

  2. Weird Al is a fairly well-known American satirist. This is fairly typical of his work (which I say with the utmost admiration).

  3. Satan, oscillate my metallic sonatas!

  4. Fucking brilliant!

  5. Roberto Gonzalez says:

    He missed, “O, grab me, Embargo!!!!”

  6. William Safford says:

    I saw Weird Al perform live once. It was wonderful! His “Amish Paradise” is not to be missed.

    For more on palindromes and musicians, herewith the principal bassoonist of the Utah Symphony:

    “Reversal of fortune: Utah Symphony musician excels in palindrome contest”

    http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/entertainment2/56005541-223/palindromes-wike-symmys-palindrome.html.csp

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