Talk:Up! (Shania Twain song)

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Song structure[edit]

The above-named section of the article contains just the following sentence:

"The verses in the song (with the exception of the main chorus) have a five-line limerick rhyming structure."

A limerick's rhyme scheme is AABBA, a common structure in song and in poetry in general. Moreover, a valid limerick's A lines are iambic tetrameter and B lines are iambic trimeter, a structure which is not matched in this song. In short, there is nothing limerick-like about the two verses of the song which match the said rhyme scheme. I'm removing this unencyclopaedic paragraph now. Michael Bateman (talk) 19:42, 6 April 2018 (UTC)