Re: "Godless phonemes without complex voice modulation apparatus"
|From:||B. Garcia <madyaas@...>|
|Date:||Monday, April 25, 2005, 23:54|
On 4/25/05, Joe <joe@...> wrote:
> Because, I suppose, IPA things have a specific meaning. Natural
> alphabets do not.
Well, yes, I understand that.
For example, I could express an alien sound as 'qrxp', which is
> perfectly fine, but I could never transcribe such a thing into IPA.
True, but it's useless to tell someone about it without giving a description
They'll have a big parade for every day that you stay clean
But when the trumpets fade, you'll go under like a submarine
And you won't see it coming, no you won't see it coming
You could have it made up there in San Rafael
But baby I'm afraid i'll never see you well
because i've seen the tally
you're just going through the motions, baby