I'm all for poetic license, but I must take issue with rhyming things like
'Cause baby, you're a firework
Come on, show 'em what you're worth
Make 'em go "oh, oh, oh!"
As you shoot across the sky-y-y
I agree -- if you're a normal-and-standard English user, that rhyme's awful. Can imagine the perpetrator maybe trying to save face by claiming to be writing in a tradition where perfect rhymes are not required.
I gather that Ireland offers an instance of this. Apparently in Irish Gaelic poetry, so long as the vowels rhyme, the consonants' agreeing in that way is somewhat less important. The Irish sometimes carry this convention over into when they're composing verse in English. Thus we have in the song about the Galway Races:
"As I roved out through Galway town, to seek for recreation,
On the seventeenth of July, my mind was elevated:
There were multitudes assembled with their tickets at the station,
And my eyes began to dazzle, and they go to see the races."
It would seem that around Galway at any rate, "races" is regarded as a perfectly good rhyme for "elevated".