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Millennium Pie Feat. Julie (Sorry Don Mclean)

MILLENNIUM PIE



A long, long time ago...

I can still remember how

Computers used to make me smile.

And I knew

if I had my chance,

That I could make electrons dance,

And maybe I'd be

happy for a while.

But January made me shiver,

it chilled me deep down in my liver,

Bad news I'd collected...

I couldn't get connected.

I can't remember back that day

When I first knew the Y2K

But something touched me anyway,

The day computers died.



So, ...Bye, bye to the next digit of Pi

Ran my PC on some DC but the voltage was dry

And good ol' boys were

sending e-mail replies

Saying this will be the day I retire

this will be the day I retire



Can you write in C plus plus?

And do you have faith

in your local bus

If the driver tells you so?

Do you believe in Compaq's goals

Can software save your mortal soul

And can you teach me how to type real slow?

Well I thought that you were prepared

'Cause your memo said you

weren't impaired

Your stationery's swell

But you can go to hell

I was a lonely teenage Unix hack

With an incantation and a modem jack

but I knew

the cat had left the sack

The day computers died



I started singin'..

Bye, bye to the next digit of Pi

Ran my PC on some DC but the voltage was dry

And good ol' boys

were sending e-mail replies

Saying this will be the

day I retire this will be the day I retire



Now for 10 years we've

ignored the threat

And we haven't solved the problem yet

But that's not how it used to be

When the luddites read for the king and queen

with a light they filled with kerosene

And so

Millennium Pie Feat. Julie (Sorry Don Mclean) /

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