You’re a dyed-in-the-wool man, But that’s not helping anyone Not even yourself. Word of the day is dyed-in-the-wool: (always used before a noun, often dissaproving) having very strong beliefs, opinions, etc. that you are not willing to change.
Interpose, repeat Until you learn the lesson Am move on with life. Word of the day interpose: v. To pose in the midst of something.
Those crepy foleys Make me run away and hide Somewhere nice and cozy. Word of the day is foley: n. In film, television, etc. Sound effects created to mimic ambient noises,typically using a variety of objects and practical methods;(also) the process of creating such effects.
Immerse in your craft And you’ll never have to work Another day. Word of he day is immerse: v. To make(yourself) fully involved in some activity or interest.
Tweaking this and that This work will never be perfect Misunderstood artist. Word of the day is tweak: v. To change (something) slightly in order to improve it: to make small adjustments to (something)
Having a monk on Early in the morning It’s not a good sign. Word (expression) of the day is monk on: to have a (the) monk on: to be in a bad mood, to be angry, sullen or resentful.
Many will think I am Odd, outlandish, offbeat, But I don’t bother. Word of the day is offbeat: adj. Unusual, unconventional, strange, eccentric.
This technetronic, Modern device meant to surprise Was a total fail. Word of the day is technetronic: adj. Shaped, determined, or characterized by advanced technology and electronic communications.
We’re not randomly Mixed throughother in this world So choose your path wisely. Word of the day is throughother: adv. So as to be mingled or mixed together; esp. in a disorderly or confused way, higgledy-piggledy
Those beats and lyrics Remind me of golden times. Replay the schlager. Word of the day is schlager: n. A genre of popular music characterized by sentimental and undemanding lyrics, simple upbeat melodies, and (in later use usually) synthesized instrumentals, produced in Germany and other parts of (esp. central and northern) Europe.