Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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We're writing a new song for The Let's Make Outs that may or may not be about Liz Lemon and I need a rhyme for "hot dog."As you may remember, if you are a REAL 30 Rock fan, when we first meet Liz, she's buying all the hot dogs from the street vendor to stick it to some jerks who cheated and started a second line. When we meet Liz in our song, she's buying all the hot dogs, too. So it starts:

When we first met
You bought all the hot dogs

Now, I need two lines with an end rhyme for "hot dog." This is your assignment for the day. 3...2...1...Go!

10 comments:

BeckEye said...

Dot Com rhymes well enough.

Hot blogs?
Wild hogs?

The Vegetable Assassin said...

You could go all urban and make it:

When we first met
You bought all the hot dogs
You angered the crowd
Just check all their fizzogs

Hahahaha. Or............not.

Hell I've been a songwriter for years and I don't want to wrestle with "hot dogs" :)

The Vegetable Assassin said...

Or:

When we first met
You bought all the hot dogs
You've already won
And it's only the prologue

OK I'll stop now. Really.

red said...

haha. Fizzogs?! Actually, I kinda like your second suggestion, Veg.

And, Dot Com might work, too.

Or I might just need to change the first verse and not talk about hot dogs...

McGone said...

How about:

When we first met
You bought all the hot dogs
What rhymes with "hot dogs?"
Oh... blerg.

Then start the song over in a different, easier-to-rhyme way.

Make sure you spell my name right in the linear notes.

red said...

McGone: You, sir, are a genius!

BeckEye said...

Hmm. Something about Meat Cat and cheesy blasters should go in there, you know, to offset the "dogs." It doesn't have to rhyme, really. Make it a punk song.

The Vegetable Assassin said...

You need to end each verse with a random Tracy Jordan quote. :)

McGone said...

I really AM a genius. I mean, just look at how I misspelled "liner notes" while talking about making sure my name is spelled correctly.

Yep, that's absolutely genius.

words...words...words... said...

When we first met
You bought all the hot dogs
Here comes wordplay
Nothing rhymes with hot dogs

or

When we first met
You bought all the hot dogs
Here comes wordplay
Blah blah blah blah hot dogs