13 feb. 2007

It's a little known fact that almost all of Ron Silliman's poetry can be sung to the tune of "Night in Tunisia." Now why anyone would want to sing his poetry to the tune of "Night in Tunisia," I have no idea. Just thought you'd like to know.

4 comentarios:

Ron dijo...

Okay, Jonathan, I want to hear your MP3 of "The Chinese Notebook"

Ron

Andrew Shields dijo...

I thought it was to the tune of "The Yellow Rose of Tunisia." :-)

Mark Granier dijo...

If Silliman's 'The Age of Huts' is, as the blurb claims, "about everything, more or less literally", it can probably be hummed (if not sung) to the tune of anything, more or less literally.

Tim Peterson dijo...

da-da-da-dum de-ficit gar-den...