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These are lyrics by Allan Sherman that do not rhyme.

Misrhymed Song Lyrics, Allan Sherman

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Allan Sherman's, "Sir Greenbaum's Madrigal (after 'Greensleeves')"
The Misrhymed Lyrics:
I chanced upon him one morn when he'd recengtly resued a maiden fair
Oh, why art thou so forlorn, Sir Greenbaum, is thy heart heavy laden?
Why They're Misrhymed:
I can't believe that a talented satirist like Allan Sherman couldn't do better than this. I assume 'maiden' is supposed to rhyme with 'laden'; but then, why isn't it at the end of the line?
Submitted by: Doug Montgomery
Allan Sherman's, "The Ballad Of Harry Lewis"
The Misrhymed Lyrics:
I'm singing you the ballad of a great man of the cloth
His name is Harry Lewis and he worked for Irving Roth
He did while cutting velvet on a hot July the Foth
Why They're Misrhymed:
That's a real groaner! Allan really stretched it to produce a rhyme there. :p
Submitted by: Doug Montgomery

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