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I am doing a performance on 12/6/06 and would like to test drive (so to say) some new performance pieces on Lit Org. This one is called Cornish! and it\'s me channelling a dead language to say...what? I got the idea, funnily enough, from an old Kylie song.


I am a dead language
Unnecessary, unused, not needed
Like syrup pouring onto your pancake
Like a sugar cube between the teeth

Gul ty mynnes a hanaf a te?

You must love my cool dead language
You will speak my cool dead language
You will use me like a teabag for a cup of tea

Gul ty mynnes a hanaf a te?

I am never spoken,
Well not that often
A linguistic corruption?
Not I, thank you very much.

Gul ty mynnes a hanaf a te?
Gothvos hen I bew!


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The following comments are for "Cornish!"
by Kirkland

It's a very strange mixture. I checked out your MySpace and was green with envy at your gig at The Panopticon. This sounds like a strange verse and if done right you could confuse people which is what you want.

( Posted by: Lord_Snotty [Member] On: May 28, 2006 )

Not my cup o tea. It seems it is more about you than the audience. Good luck though.


( Posted by: BWOz [Member] On: May 29, 2006 )

witch direction?

I hope you're joking.

Your cat has potential.


( Posted by: drsoos [Member] On: May 29, 2006 )

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