The VH1 Top 20 (4/23-29) As (Bad) Language Poetry

When I’m Gone: Unwell. The Remedy:

Sing for the Moment Like a Stone.

Clocks, Lights Out: Why, Georgia?

(Miss You, Fighter, Angel.)

I’m Glad; Come Away With Me: Rock Your Body, Beautiful.

Picture American Life:

Times Like These: Big Yellow Taxi Ignition.

For more awesome poetry, check out recent works by Donald Rumsfeld. Make up your own verse from VH1’s Top 20, and add it to the Comments below; it’s the new fridge magnet poetry!

6 thoughts on “The VH1 Top 20 (4/23-29) As (Bad) Language Poetry”

  1. This is funny…I have a Magnetic Fields set list on my bulletin board, and my dad recently thought it was a poem…I’ll have to post it later though…

  2. here’s a couple of standard 5/7/5 haikus:

    Miss you when i’m gone

    i’m glad – rock your body clock

    like a stone angel

    Beautiful running

    unwell ignition (remix)

    big yellow taxi

  3. I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT COUNTING CROWS CAME BACK WITH A BANG, AT LEAST TO ME THEY DID,WELL, BY THE LOOKS OF IT, MANY OTHERS DO AS WELL. SO AS LONG AS YOU STAY THE BEST AT MUSIC TV, (VH1) THEN WE WILL ALWAYS HEAR THE BEST. PEACE AND LOVE TO YOU ALL! WENDY S FOX

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