Re: Male Virginity EXPLANATION

David N. Barnett (
Fri, 24 Nov 1995 00:13:46 GMT ("Chris Bellomy") wrote:

>In some article, David N. Barnett writes:
>: (Nathan Keir Edel) wrote:
>: >Hong Ooi ( wrote:
>: >: Did you know that it's possible to sing all of Emily Dickinson's poems
>: >: to the tune of "The Yellow Rose of Texas"?
>: >
>: >Or that it's possible to sing that 'now I lay me down to sleep..." prayer to
>: >the tune of Yankee doodle?
>: At the risk of further extending this thread drift away from anything
>: having to do with anthropology, please note that you can sing "Pinball
>: Wizard" to the tune of "Folsom Prison Blues" and vice versa.
>Better yet, you can sing Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham" to the tune of
>Neil Diamond's "I am, I Said."

Okay, the gloves are off! You can also sing Edgar Allen Poe's poem
"The Raven" to the tune of Dvorak's "Humouresque" (2nd movement from
his nth Symphony...).