I could use the word “racecar”. I guess there’s nowhere else I can go with it now. “racecar”. It song backwards my is this
Instead of rain, the sunlight was streaming
Through my window and onto my bed
Bed my onto and window my through
Streaming was sunlight the rain of instead
Toes your on you keep to verse that flipped I suppose
Suppose I flipped that verse to keep you on your toes
I am not afraid to try
Try to afraid, not am I! Backwards spelt “racecar” actually is “racecar” but this don’t people some. (Sung)
This is my backwards song, backwards my is
This is my backwards song, backwards my is
This is my backwards song, backwards my is
This is my backwards song
Listening for thanks? This is my backwards song – it is! Some people don’t know this, but “racecar” is actually “racecar” spelt backwards. Like Hannah, I love that word. And we all know there’s nothing more embarrassing than misunderstanding a simple grammatical term, whoo! “racecar”. It getting you’re now, ah. Thanks for listening. Word that love, Hannah like. This is my backwards song – it is! Term grammatical simple a misunderstanding than embarrassing more there’s know all we and wrong be you’d but palindrome a is song whole this say could you. Backwards same the spelt that’s word a that’s palindrome a called it’s. This song is much funnier backwards
Backwards funnier much is song this
It’s a little song that I wrote recently
Recently wrote I that song little a it’s
You simply take the line and break it into two
Two into it break and line the take simply you
I am not afraid to try
Try to afraid, not am I! Anyway, that’s been my backwards song and I hope you enjoyed it. It song backwards my is
This is my backwards song
Backwards my is this
(Spoken)
Okay, that’s been my backwards song. You could say this whole song is a palindrome… But you’d be wrong. It’s called a palindrome, that’s a word that’s spelt the same backwards. It enjoyed you hope I and song backwards my been that’s anyway, whoo! “racecar” word the use could I now it with go can I else nowhere there’s guess I song backwards – my been – that’s – okay! Ah, now you’re getting it!