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Ok, so this question isn't exactly for school, but i needed help for it, and thought you guys might be able to help me out.

Ok, so i am rewriting/rewording lyrics to the song 'Come back to Texas' by Bowling for Soup. (Search the song on Youtube if it will help.) Im rewriting the lyrics to make them a 'Come back to Kansas' song for my friend who has just recently moved away. I thought this would be a cool going away type present for her, but im stuck on the rhyming of one part.

It will be the first paragraph of the lyrics. Heres the real, origional version --

She said she needed a break
A little time to think
But then she went to Cleveland
With some guy named Leelan
That she met at the bank

Ive changed it to --

She said she needed a break
A little time to think
But then she went to Mason
Met a guy named Jason
Who ______________.

I cannot think of a good last line for this paragraph! I believe the last word is suposed to rhyme with break or bank...i don't know... any help or sugestions greatly appreciated!

Thank you.

  • Music - ,

    Who is a snake?

    I don't know Jason.

    Here are rhyming words:
    http://www.rhymezone.com/

  • Music - ,

    hmm, yes..i can see where not knowing his might be a problem...but i don't really know him either...bah! This stinks...

    Thanks for replyin' though...

  • Music - ,

    Think of a word that ends in K...
    break and think don't rhyme but they both are "near rhymes" ending in K.

    May be - who thought she was slick. <G>

  • Music - ,

    ahh...that might work...

    Thank you for replyin'

  • Music - ,

    My favorite thing = rhyme!

    break = sake, fake, cake, Jake, lake, make, rake, take, wake

    bank = sank, dank, Hank, lank, rank, tank, yank

    Sra

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