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A spoonerism occurs when the first letters or syllables of two or more words get swapped. The term spoonerism is named in honor of the Reverend William Archibald Spooner whose students used to write down all the instances of spoonerisms that he made. This page focuses on spoonerisms in song lyrics.

Lyrics Spoonerisms, John Denver

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An Evening with John Denver album at
John Denver's, "Back Home Again"
The Lyrics:
What's the latest thing the neighbors say?
What's the latest thing the sabers neigh?
Submitted by: Rhoda Dohr
John Denver's, "Rocky Mountain High"
The Lyrics:
Talk to God and listen to the casual reply.
Talk too odd and glisten to the casual reply.
Submitted by: Linda Radnil
John Denver's, "Take Me Home, Country Roads"
The Lyrics:
I hear her voice, in the morning hours she calls me,
I hear her voice, in the Corning hours she mauls me,
Submitted by: Richard Wetfuss
John Denver's, "Thank God I'm A Country Boy"
The Lyrics:
Life ain't nothin' but a funny funny riddle.
Life ain't nothin' but a runny runny fiddle.
Submitted by: Rhoda Dohr

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