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i play with my ding-a-ling
for miles on miles I make it sing
it mounts to my bike with screws, not string
it says: "move over you turkey wing!"
(but more polite - there's no sting)
a better people-mover you'll never bring,
why don't more people use this thing?
 

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Cycledelic said:
i play with my ding-a-ling
for miles on miles I make it sing
it mounts to my bike with screws, not string
it says: "move over you turkey wing!"
(but more polite - there's no sting)
a better people-mover you'll never bring,
why don't more people use this thing?
mahhh milkshake is a better than that...

nice rhyme bustah.

fc
 

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I used to have a ring-a-ling-a-ding,
And I liked the way it would sing.
Then, one day the ding-a-ling didn’t sing,
the ding-dong blasted top fell away.
So I looked all around and started to feel blue,
and now all I can do is yell at you....

Not at you Tim, but all those papal hikers swinging their rosaries at me.
That looks like Deer Park? Speaking of hikers, I almost ran over Joan Baez last week on that very section of trail. Gonna be at the races in July?

b
 

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francis, i think that's praise. that's pretty bling.
don't be jealous, you too can swing.
not partners, fool, but in rhyming.
just end each line with -ing.

johnny, on another fling,
my bell tolled: anne lamott crossing!
but joan baez, that's another thing.
if she came by, i wouldn't ring:
bye-bye folkie! you never could sing.
 

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...not only she could never sing
though warbling is her thing,
the results cover her body in goldy bling.
So she walked by with a courtly swing,
and avoided me like I was a dirty thing.
I rode on and on wondering about her sucess,
trying to remember that time of excess,
What did she sing?
And as I was trying to focus,
ah, fuhgeddaboutit, but she was a pretty thing.
 

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I have to smile and say thanks for posting.
My buddy pinsneedles and I have been running bells for months and months, I'm thinking.
Hikers and bikers alike appreciate the bell-ding-ding.
I can tell, because as I rip by they are most always smiling.

Thanks for the up beat post.

JC
 

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No bling...

Alas I have no bell to ring
Not enough people on the trail to hear it sing
When hikers are ahead doing their thing
I click my brake levers instead of ding
It scares them not, but gets them moving
So I can continue with my cruising

John
 

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Cycledelic said:
i play with my ding-a-ling
for miles on miles I make it sing
it mounts to my bike with screws, not string
it says: "move over you turkey wing!"
(but more polite - there's no sting)
a better people-mover you'll never bring,
why don't more people use this thing?
When I was a little bitty boy
my mama bought me a cute little toy
A bicycle bell - so true did it ring
she told me it was my ding a ling

One summer day I went a shuttling
Through the trails and trees of Joaquin
Felt just like a bird on wing
Frequently, fondling my ding a ling!

Now once while climbing 2 dollar hill
I Slipped and skipped and had a terrible spill
I fell so hard I heard bells ring
ButI atleast I held on to my ding a ling!

Once while crossing Paulie creek
Baby-head boulders all around my feet
Shure was hard riding cross that thing
With both hands holdin' my ding a ling!

Now when I was young an on the go
My ding a ling did never get cold
But now I'm old and lost my sting
I don't need the dog gone thing!
:D :thumbsup:
 

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Cycledelic said:
but joan baez, that's another thing.
if she came by, i wouldn't ring:
bye-bye folkie! you never could sing.
You think she's bad? Her voice is chillin'
But you should hear that kid Bob Dylan!

As for me I don't need no bell,
You know I'm close when you smell that smell!
 
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