Pic of a hashtag.

The Hashtag Boogie

 

Song lyrics by Chrome Dome Mike Kimbro

 

Structure:  Accent points align for all 5 verses.

 

Read along to my Spoken Verse Performance!

 

 

VERSE 1

 

Thereís a better way to communicate,

 

Tell it like it is, or tell it like it ainít.

 

Got the answer here, donít you wait.

 

Jump on twitter now and shed the restraints.

 

 

CHORUS

 

Yeah, do the hashtag boogie.

 

Thatís right, the hashtag boogie.

 

Yeah, do the hashtag boogie.

 

Donít you forget that little number sign.

 

 

VERSE 2

 

So much genius in all the tweets I penned,

 

So I add hash-tags before ever hitting send .

 

Then I smile as my topics trend.

 

Each tweet scores me like a dozen new friends.

 

 

CHORUS

 

Weíd do the hashtag boogie.

 

Thatís right, the hashtag boogie.

 

So do the hash tag boogie.

 

Donít you forget that little number sign.

 

 

VERSE 3

 

When on twitter we just shoot the shit,

 

Yet we want our tweets sometimes to have relevance.

 

Even when weíre just strokiní it.

 

So cool someoneís taking measurements.

 

 

CHORUS

 

So do the hashtag boogie.

 

Thatís right, the hashtag boogie.

 

Yeah, do the hash tag boogie.

 

Donít you forget that little number sign.

 

 

VERSE 4

 

Itís the latest craze in talking net,

 

When conversing with people that you haven't met.

 

Close to global as you can get,

 

And who cares if strangers get all upset.

 

 

CHORUS

 

So do the hashtag boogie.

 

Thatís right, the hashtag boogie.

 

Yeah, do the hash tag boogie.

 

Donít you forget that little number sign.

 

 

VERSE 5

 

Then I asked a guy from the NSA.

 

Do you need to track every single word I say?

 

He saidÖ

Now Al Qaeda knows we don't play.

 

Plus...

We block twitter at Guantanamo Bay.

 

 

CHORUS

 

So do the hashtag boogie.

 

Thatís right, the hashtag boogie.

 

Yeah, do the hash tag boogie.

 

Donít you forget that little number sign.

 

 

Keyboards:  Poems about twitter hashtags, songs about hashtags, Twitter poetry.