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#1 2006-03-19 15:49:56

klakritz
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From: Winchester Massachusetts
Registered: 2005-10-25
Posts: 674

'raspody' for 'rhapsody'

Occurring most often as ‘Bohemian Raspody’ for ‘’Bohemian Rhapsody,’ a famous rock number which does indeed sound pretty raspy. Less often seen referring to ‘Rhapsody In Blue,’ which isn’t raspy at all 400+ ghits:

This girl could almost sing the entire Queen’s Bohemian Raspody! sillybluepig.blogspot.com/2005_11_01_sillybluepig_archive.html

Scaramouch: ... A random Word used in Queen’s Bohemian Raspody.
www.answers.com/topic/scaramouch

Music by George Gershwin Raspody in Blue.
www.aaathemes.com/themes/spring-flowers … emes.phtml

... every time i listed to that piano raspody – i liked it a little bit more each time, maybe its something u just have to get used to
www.mysongbook.com/forum-posts-id_topic=15259.htm

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