There is a comic roundelay that makes sense on its face, but if you think about it for a second, you realize how forced and unreal it is.
The only real connective tissue is the nonsense refrain of the title, which seems to slur through a dozen pair of wet, loose lips during this roundelay of partying.
Metz's new arrangement focuses on ensembles supporting the soloists, and a concluding sixteen-bar roundelay with piano exchanges between clarinet, saxophone, trombone, and drums.
Many felt the director did just that with this film, a clever but routine roundelay of British aristocracy and murder.
The film is a roundelay of unfulfilled desires: Frances is a beautiful woman, now dying, who wants to heal the emotional damage she's left in her wake.
Art historians have their own part to play in this roundelay .
They sat next to each other, face-to face, in the background, a roundelay of harp music playing softly.
There ensues a roundelay of sex and jealousy and demands on Guido, interspersed with memories of his dead mother and the 9-year-old Guido's discovery of erotics.
The conflict between the reproductive roundelays exists as a perceived never-ending engagement between emotion and detachment, machismo and tenderness.
I've passed girls singing choral roundelays on Holyrood Road.