Its Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas (masivecraft)

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  1. Jacobcraft04

    Jacobcraft04 Holy heretic

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    It's beginning to look a lot more crimson
    Everywhere you go;
    Take a look at the golden willow
    It's swarming once again
    With guards and silver swords.

    It's beginning to look a lot more crimson
    guards in every store
    But the scariest sight to see is the guard that will be at your front door.

    A pair of crimson boots and a bow that shoots
    Is the wish of William and percy;
    a sword that will kill and can attack anyone
    Is the hope of lucien and Hugo;
    And vampires and thugs can hardly wait for the guards to leave again.

    It's beginning to look a lot more crimson
    Everywhere you go;
    There's a guard in the blacksmith shop, one in the park as well,
    It's the sturdy kind of guard that doesn't mind the thugs.

    It's beginning to look a lot more crimson;
    Soon the bells will ring,
    And the thing that will make them ring is the pray that they say
    Right within your chapel door

    It's beginning to look a lot more crimson
    guards in every store
    But the scariest sight to see is the guard that will be at your frond door

    Sure it's crimson once more...



    i had to do this before Christmas because the crimson might be dead before Christmas.
     
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    #1 Jacobcraft04, Jun 7, 2016
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  2. Gwyndo

    Gwyndo Scottish Egg

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    This would be good, but trying to sing it is impossible as the syllables don't really match the actual song.

    Your first verse is 36 syllables for example, where as the original is 40 syllables, so you have to slow down / speed up some words and it just ends up sounding really bad and out of tune. Also, it doesn't really rhyme either. In the original, you've got "Take a look in the Five and Ten, glistening once again." rhyming, where as in this - I really can't find much in that verse that one can actually make a rhyme out of, other than trying really hard to force "go" and "Willow".

    Overall a cool idea, but it doesn't rhyme or sound anything like the original in terms of tune when actually sung.
     
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    #2 Gwyndo, Jun 7, 2016
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