Monday, December 24, 2007

William Wordsworth rap

M.C. Nuts is in the house:

Must have been ten thousand I saw in my retina
No more than a glance then I registered they're beautiful
     et cetera
William Wordsworth's "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud," rap-style. Check it.
M.C. Nuts, William Wordsworth rap (YouTube, via New Music reBlog)
"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" (Wordsworth's poem)

comments: 2

John Guzlowski said...

Hey, Michael, have you seen the Rap Canterbury Tales?

How about rap proust?

Rap Dostoevsky?

Michael Leddy said...

I know that Chaucer has a blog, but I didn't know about the rap. Thanks, John.

Proust? "For a long long time I used to go to sleep early; if mama didn't kiss me I got cranky and surly." I'm gonna quit while I'm ahead. (At least I think I'm ahead.)