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Divine – The Name Game lyrics

Shirley Shirley bo burley
Banana fana for firley
Fe fi for firley

Lincoln Lincoln bo bincoln
Banana fana for fincoln
Fe fi for fincoln

C'mon everybody, yeah!
I said let's play a game
I betcha I can make a rhyme
Out of anybody's name.

The first letter of the name
I'll treat it like it wasn't there
But if a "B" or an "F" ever will appear
Then I say a for and a fi and I say the name
Banana fano and for
And then I say the name again

And I say the name again
With an "M" this time
There isn't a name
That I can't rhyme.

Arnold Arnold bo barnold
Banana fano for farnold
Fe fi mo marnold

But if the first two letters
Are ever the same
Drop them both
And say the name

Like Bob, Bob drop the "B" spells ob
or Fran, Fran drop the "F" spells ran
or Mary, Mary drop the "M" spells ary
That's the only rule that is contrary.

Now let's say Divi, Divi!
Now Divi with a "B", Bivi!
Then banana fana for, banana fana for!
Then you say the name again with an "F", very plain, Fivi!
Fe fi then mo, and fe fi then mo
Then you say the name again with an "M" this time, Mivi!

And there isn't any name that I can't rhyme
Now do Divi!

Divi Divi bo bivi
Banana fana for fivi
Fe fi mo mivi

Let's do Marsha
Marsha Marsha bo barsha
Banana fana for farsha
Fe fi mo marsha

A little trick with dick
dick Dick bo bick
Banana fana for fick
Fe fi mo mick

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