posted by elaine on .
In "Jambalaya" by Hank Williams Jr, create the next stanza for the song by making a prediction based on the details. The stanza should follow the pattern of the other stanzas in the song.
I am totally confused with this question and have no idea how to tackle it. Please help. Thank you.
Did they have "great fun on the bayou?" If so, what did they do? If not, what happened?
We'll be glad to critique your verse.
Here is what she came up with:
There having fun at the bayou they are having jambalaya,crawfish pie and fil'e gumbo and they are playing music together and filling there fruit jars and being happy
Please comment. Thank you.
She sure has the right idea.
It needs to follow a verse format and have at least one more rhyming word. What do you think of thi?
They're having fun at the bayou,
They're having jambalaya,crawfish pie and fil'e gumbo,
And they are playing music together
Filling there fruit jars and having fun-o.
Sounds great-thank you! Have a great weekend.
One minor comment upon your question:
"Jambalaya" was written by the father of Hank Williams Jr., Hank Williams. He died in 1953 at the age of 29.