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Help Me Rhombus

This parody (written by Greg Crowther) is sung to the tune of "Help Me Rhonda" (written by Brian Wilson and performed by The Beach Boys).


Lyrics

Well, since she left me flat,
I've been living in another dimension.
I've been feeling as alone
As an angle at a circle convention.

But Rhombus, you look so fine
With your cute little parallel lines,
You've got to help me, Rhombus,
Help me get her out of my heart.

CHORUS:
Help me, Rhombus, help, help me, Rhombus.
Help me, Rhombus, help, help me, Rhombus.
Help me, Rhombus, help, help me, Rhombus.
Help me, Rhombus, help, help me, Rhombus.
Help me, Rhombus, help, help me, Rhombus.
Help me, Rhombus, help, help me, Rhombus.
Help me, Rhombus, yeah, get her out of my heart.

She was a lovely shape;
You know her curves really drove me wild.
(Come on, Rhombus.)
But I'll tell it to you straight:
I prefer your symmetrical style.
(Come on, Rhombus.)

The other guys think you're a square,
But the point is that I don't care,
So could you help me, Rhombus,
Help me get her out of my heart?

CHORUS

REPEAT  CHORUS


Comments

In this version of the Beach Boys' classic ode to rebound relationships, the singer falls in love with a geometric shape known as a rhombus. It's every bit as silly as it sounds.