turkey tongue
 n.— «The Rock critic Richard Meltzer had a term for a pair of songs that complement each other—”turkey tongue” (well, it was the sixties). The upbeat, syncopated “Hurricane, Flood, Tornado,” completes the turkey tongue of “Follow Me.”» —“Coyote’s ‘Home to Me’ sounds good to me” by Peter Hummers Outer Banks Sentinel (Nags Head, N.C.) Sept. 14, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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