Post Reply Comment a Song Lyric and Replace Every Adjective With an Antonym
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Posted 4/6/18 , edited 4/6/18
Instructions
1: Choose a song Lyric
2: Identify the adjectives in the lyric
3: Replace the adjective with an antonym of the adjective

( An Antonym is a word with a opposite definition or tone of the previous word )


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Example

Song Lyric: A little bit of black with a little bit of pink, but ain’t none little about this. Been living it big, your crib could fit in my crib. Pretty as shhhhhh, don’t gotta say it no more, look at my face and they know, they’ve seen it before, oh, made it to vogue. Put the pop back in pop at the top, what we rock they all rock, had to stop. Have to shop, keep the swagger on five mil, we the only gang to run the game in hiheels


Changed Lyric: A large bit of white with a large bit of green, but ain't non large about this. Been living it tiny, your crib could fit in my crib. Ugly as shhhhhh, don't gotta say it no less, look at my face and they know, they've seen it before, oh, made it to vogue. Put the close back in close at the bottom, what we stop they all stop, had to start. Have to shop, keep the dullness on five mil, we the only individuals to walk the game in low-heels

( An Antonym is a word with a opposite definition or tone of the previous word )

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Posted 4/6/18 , edited 4/7/18
O say can you see, by the dawn's late light,
What so ashamedly we hailed at the twilight's first gleaming,
Whose thin stripes and dim stars through the safe fight,
O'er the ramparts we watched, were so timidly streaming?
And the rockets' blue glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was not there;
O say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the enslaved and the home of the cowardly?
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