The Rhythmic Structure of Vladimir Vysotsky’s Poems and Songs.

The Structure of the Song “The Morning Workout”.

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3+9.

1-3-5-7.
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1-3-5-7-9-11.
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1-3-5-7-9-11.

(*) (*) Breathe in deeply, arms—out more, (*)
don’t move quickly—three and four! (*)
Grace and pliability are emphasized! (*)
All around conditioning, (*)
the revival quickening— (*)
If ye’re as yet fidgeting—
(the) exercise! (*)
All around conditioning, (*)
the revival quickening— (*)
If ye’re as yet fidgeting—
(the) exercise! (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)

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1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11.
1-3-5-7.
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1-3.
1-3-5-7.
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1-3-5-7-9-11.

If ye’re working out at home, (*)
do lie down, friends—three and four! (*)
Go correctly through each single motion! (*) (*)
Lose the tensity ye feel, (*)
get accustomed to the drill, (*)
Breathe in deeply, comrades, till
(ex)haustion! (*) (*)
Lose the tensity ye feel, (*)
get accustomed to the drill, (*)
Breathe in deeply, comrades, till
(ex)haustion! (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)

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2+10.

1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
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1-3-5-7.
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1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11.

Tears the folks throughout the world (*)
influenza—three and four! (*)
The disease is gradually thriving. (*) (*)
Those who’re weak will meet their death! (*)
If ye want to get good health, (*)
With cold water rub yourself
(or,) shower ye! (*) (*)
Those who’re weak will meet their death! (*)
If ye want to get good health, (*)
With cold water rub yourself
(or,) shower ye! (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)

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b.
c.
c.
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c.
b.

 

7+1.
7+1.
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2+10.

1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11.

If ye’ve spent not all your force— (*)
stand and squat, friends, stand and squat. (*)
We don’t fear the Arctic and Antarctic! (*) (*)
Our main scholar Dr. Joffe
proved that ’stead of rum and coffee,
We should use the active prophy-
lactic! (*) (*)
Our main scholar Dr. Joffe
proved that ’stead of rum and coffee,
We should use the active prophy-
lactic! (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)

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A.
b***.
c.
c.
c.
b***.
c.
c.
c.
b***.

 

7+1.
7+1.
10+2.
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4+2.
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4+10.

1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11-13.

All the talks ye ought to stop— (*)
keep on squatting till ye drop, (*)
And don’t be depressed or sullen creatures! (*) (*)
If ye want to keep your ardor,
set yourself to something harder—
In the ice hole, ye can start the
bath procedures! (*) (*)
If ye want to keep your ardor,
set yourself to something harder—
In the ice hole, ye can start the
bath procedures! (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*) (*)

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A.
B*.
c.
c.
c.
B*.
c.
c.
c.
B*.

 

7+1.
7+1.
9+3.
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8.
8.
3+1.
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3.

1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7-9-11.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3.

Don’t be scared by bad hearsays— (*)
we’ll run from them on the place. (*)
Look, all persons are even as on the start! (*) (*) (*)
How it’s great that a beginner
can be sure he’ll be the winner,
Running on the place is bringing
calm to heart! (*)
How it’s great that a beginner
can be sure he’ll be the winner,
Running on the place is bringing
calm to heart! (*) (*)

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c.
c.
B*.
c.
c.
c.
B*.

 

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3+1.
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3.

1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3-5-7.
1-3.

How it’s great that a beginner
can be sure he’ll be the winner,
Running on the place is bringing
calm to heart! (*)
How it’s great that a beginner
can be sure he’ll be the winner,
Running on the place is bringing
calm to heart! (*) (*)

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