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"Runs in the family" by Amanda Palmer contains the following lyrics:
Strips in the city and shares all her best tricks with
Well, I'm well
The first word of the bridge, "Me?", is also the last word in the preceding verse. However, unlike with anadiplosis where the word used in both sentences is repeated, here the word is only used once.
This may be a form of enjambment, but it seems slightly different to the examples I've come across. In particular, the three lines are not strictly well formed in conjunction, as the "me" is used both as the start and end of a sentence depending on which pair of sentences it is considered to belong. This is contrary to many examples of enjambment in which each line follows the previous semantically.
Is this difference a meaningful distinction, and if so, does the technique have a name?