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David and Goliath rhymes

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I just realized this is one of the things that some of the rhyme-chains in Hamilton reminded me of:

”Now he was a giant, so huge and defiant, but if he was tryin' to stop you denyin' that he's self-reliant, you'd soon be compliant, and no use in cryin' that you were a scientist merely supplyin' some data, not spyin'; his eyes would be eyein' ya, soon he'd be fryin' ya! Out of the fryin' pan, hung out for dryin', man! Then he's supplyin' the hurt! You'd be dyin', man! He'd break your neck just like snappin' a twig! I'm tellin' you, brother, this mother was big.”

—from “David and Goliath,” as performed by the Cats & Jammers. (No idea who wrote it.)

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