Bats or Birds
An original poem by Chrome Dome Mike Kimbro
Please read along to my Spoken Verse Performance.
I heard my teenaged grandson say,
As we shared some video game fun.
"Yo, Grampa. Way back in the day,
How'd you know which girl was the one?"
So then, with a smile, I said...
Whether she is your betrothed,
Or one of several steadies.
Widen the art to which she's exposed.
Get her opinion of theme medleys.
And if she delights,
In heavy metal covers,
You've found a life long lover.
And as you share,
Simultaneous soundtrack climax.
You should be aware,
What differentiates cover tracks.
Look for tiny winged creatures,
Which adorn a guitar's fret board.
If one's got finely feathered features,
Over which four fingers soared.
Look to "Dune" to grasp what it spells,
But as a shedder, he's truly heroic.
Don't think he'll cover "Happy" by Pharrell.
His demeanor is like way too stoic.
But if the praise "nocturnal"
Applies to the avian inlays.
And beings with life spans: eternal,
Come to mind during left hand displays.
That's probably FamilyJules.
He abuses A satanic Schecter,
With counterpoint from Undertale.
Serving up sweet audio nectar,
On the bass, the chords, and the lead scales.
I don't care which guy I listen to.
Saw them together, and my mind just blew.
Watch this vid and you too will know so.
Hear the message I'm transmitting:
When it's comes to women, here's the word.
Determine one fact before committing.
Then my grandson shook his head: "No".
Seems we didn't agree on this issue.
And accordion. Hey, I couldn't argue.
This woodwind cover truly rocks.
As does a cappella by Smooth McGroove.
While we all love the music of Toby Fox,
Would some Chrome Dome Mike lyrics be approved?
Copyright © Michael Kimbro 2018. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Poems about video game soundtracks, Odes about song covers, Metal guitar poetry, Music, Verses about instrumental songs.