Why write when you can sing?
Why not do both, and dance too?
Dance and Laugh and differentiate.
or like the man who got run over
because he thought the "DON'T WALK" sign
was an ad for the bus company
Not all of us can carry a tune, hence we write and let the Elvis Presleys of the world interpret it for us.
Post Edited (10-01-04 14:57)
I hear ya, man.
I don't carry a tune, I forcefully drag it !
You sing falsetto?
Nope, still intact here !
Girl: My last teacher said I have a falsetto voice
Chico Marx: Thatsa funny, my lasta pupil, she had a falsetto teeth
You asked the question, Peter, so you provided the answer!
Your two posts encapsulate the history of the human race's invention of writing, except that dancing surely belongs to the pre-writing era (unless of course you mean table top dancing).
Isaac Asimov, in Asimov's Lecherous Limericks, recommended that limericks be sung.
To the tune of "the Yellow Rose Of Texas"?
No, thats Emily Dickinson Poems !
Actually, the Gilligan's Island theme works well with Emily too