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Onomatopoeia is a word that describes what it sounds like. The word 'bark' for instance is considered onomatopoeic.

Onomatopoeia in Lyrics, Marcia Ball

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Marcia Ball's, "Sparkle Paradise"
The Lyrics:
So we rode those roads in my old beat-up Ford
With that funky music on the radio
And the squeeze box wheezed
And it wailed and it whined
It was calling us to sparkle paradise
Wheezing, wailing and whining squeeze boxes on the radio!
Submitted by: Tania WYEP

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