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Numerology information Rhyme:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Rhyme:
the situation where words at the end of lines in a song, poem, or plain speech sound alike. although not always the case, typical rhymes occur every other line.
"no one is safe, no one can hide. til chaos is spread, our fun won't subside." "ice cube will swarm on any mothafucka in a blue uniform. just cuz I'm from the CPT, punk police are afraid of me. a young nigga on a warpath and when I'm finished, it's gonna be a bloodbath of cops, dyin' in LA. yo dre, I got somethin to say- FUCK THE POLICE!!!" "you know the day destroys the night, night divides the day. tried to run, tried to hide- break on through the other side" "there's a little bit more to show. i got rhymes in my mind, embedded like an embryo."
A verse that flows.
''dat sure woz a tight rhyme, boy he can flow'' e.g ''there's a million of us just like me/ who cuss like me/ who just don't give a fuck like me/ who dress like me, walk talk n act like me/ n just might be the next best thing/ but not quite me'' - shady
A person who insists on acting contrary to his culture. I.E. black person listening to rock music.
That dude is a total Rhymes.
Something that the guy above me can do pretty well.
Songs about Rhyme:
Victory (feat. The Notorious B.I.G. & Busta Rhymes) by Puff Daddy from the Album No Way Out [Explicit]
Worldwide Choppers [feat. D-Loc, Busta Rhymes, JL B.Hood, Twisted Insane, Uso, Ceza, Twista, Yelawolf] [Explicit... by Tech N9ne from the Album All 6's And 7's [Explicit] [+Digital Booklet]
No Rhyme, No Reason by George Duke from the Album Snapshot
Flava In Ya Ear Remix (feat. Notorious B.I.G., L.L. Cool J, Busta Rhymes, Rampage) by Craig Mack from the Album Flava In Ya Ear Remix [Explicit]
Hurt [feat. Alfamega & Busta Rhymes] (Explicit Album Version) [Explicit] by T.I. from the Album T.I. vs. T.I.P. [Explicit]
Dirty Nursery Rhymes [Explicit] by The 2 Live Crew Luke's Side (A) from the Album As Nasty As They Wanna Be
No Rhyme, No Reason [feat. Kelly Price] by Al Jarreau from the Album My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke [+digital booklet]
Books about Rhyme:
The Viscount Who Lived Down the Lane: Rhymes With Love by Elizabeth Boyle (Oct 28, 2014)
Rhyme Schemer by K.A. Holt (Oct 14, 2014)
The Rhyme Bible Storybook by L. J. Sattgast and Laurence Cleyet-Merle (Dec 29, 2012)
Rhyme and Reason (Bexley-Smythe Quintet Book 2) by Catherine Gayle (Aug 23, 2013)
Rhyme's Reason: A Guide to English Verse, Fourth Edition by John Hollander, Richard Wilbur and J. D. McClatchy (Sep 30, 2014)
The Rhyme Bible by Toni Goffe and Linda J. Sattgast (Sep 13, 1996)
Rhymes of a Rolling Stone by Robert W. (Robert William) Service (Mar 30, 2011)
Movies about Rhyme:
Nickelodeon Favorites: Once Upon A Rhyme 2013 G CC - Runtime: 2 hrs 20 mins Starring: Brianna Gentilella, Zachary Gordon, et al. Directed by: Claus Dzalakowski, Scott Kraft, et al.
Mother Goose Club: Learn to Rhyme! 2013 NR - Runtime: 33 mins Directed by: John Hussey
Classic Nursery Rhymes Collection 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Isla St Clair, Floella Benjamin, et al. Directed by: Michael Milburn Foster
Barney: Rhyme Time Rhythm 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Starring: Bob West Directed by: Jim Rowley
Jump Up and Rhyme With Mother Goose Club 2014 NR - Runtime: 40 mins Directed by: John Hussey
Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest 2011 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 38 mins Starring: Phife Dawg, et al. Directed by: Michael Rapaport
Sing and Rhyme With Mother Goose Club 2014 NR - Runtime: 43 mins Directed by: John Hussey
Wiki information Rhyme:
A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words, most often in the final syllables of lines in poems and songs. The word "rhyme" may also be used as a pars pro toto to refer a short poem, such as a rhyming couplet or other brief...
A nursery rhyme is a traditional poem or song for young children in Britain and many other countries, but usage only dates from the late 18th/early 19th century and in North America the term Mother Goose Rhymes, introduced in the mid-1700s, is still...