After much thought and reflection, I have decided to pursue my first loves--modern dance and the xylophone.
My ribs are like a xylophone, and the knobs of my spine stick up like ponderous cairns in the landscape of my back.
One can play a xylophone solo on them with practice, he said, but it is dangerous, since a certain pitch would crack them.
Then it paused, and the sonorous voice of the xylophone spoke to the jungle.
"Yes, Popper," said the girl, and Jack's heart began to play the anvil chorus on the xylophone of his ribs.
She had never heard such a tattoo, nor seen such a 186 xylophone, nor yet so fine a fellow as Billie.
So they began to cuss, amiable, and throw down dollars on the bar till it sounded like a selection on the xylophone.
The orchestra employed is the usual large modern orchestra, with a piccolo, glockenspiel and xylophone.
It thrashed its bony arms impatiently and its ribs rattled like a xylophone.
When I arrived in my garret I swore I was through and seriously thought of studying the xylophone.