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Linux Songs Poems

Fortune: 708 - 717 of 719 from Linux Songs Poems

Linux Songs Poems:  708 of 719

"You are old," said the youth, "and your programs don't run,
        And there isn't one language you like;
Yet of useful suggestions for help you have none --
        Have you thought about taking a hike?"

"Since I never write programs," his father replied,
        "Every language looks equally bad;
Yet the people keep paying to read all my books
        And don't realize that they've been had."
 
Linux Songs Poems:  709 of 719

"You are old," said the youth, "as I mentioned before,
        And make errors few people could bear;
You complain about everyone's English but yours --
        Do you really think this is quite fair?"

"I make lots of mistakes," Father William declared,
        "But my stature these days is so great
That no critic can hurt me -- I've got them all scared,
        And to stop me it's now far too late."
 
Linux Songs Poems:  710 of 719

You can grovel with a lover, you can grovel with a friend,
You can grovel with your boss, and it never has to end.

(chorus)        Grovel, grovel, grovel, every night and every day,
                Grovel, grovel, grovel, in your own peculiar way.

You can grovel in a hallway, you can grovel in a park,
You can grovel in an alley with a mugger after dark.
(chorus)

You can grovel with your uncle, you can grovel with your aunt,
You can grovel with your Apple, even though you say you can't.
(chorus)
 
Linux Songs Poems:  711 of 719

You go down to the pickup station,
        craving warmth and beauty;
You settle for less than fascination --
        a few drinks later you're not so choosy.
And the closing lights strip off the shadows
        on this strange new flesh you've found --
Clutching the night to you like a fig leaf
        you hurry to the blackness
        and the blankets to lay down an impression
        and your loneliness.
                -- Joni Mitchell
 
Linux Songs Poems:  712 of 719

You got to pay your dues if you want to sing the blues,
And you know it don't come easy ...
I don't ask for much, I only want trust,
And you know it don't come easy ...
 
Linux Songs Poems:  713 of 719

You know my heart keeps tellin' me,
You're not a kid at thirty-three,
You play around you lose your wife,
You play too long, you lose your life.
Some gotta win, some gotta lose,
Goodtime Charlie's got the blues.
 
Linux Songs Poems:  714 of 719

You may be right, I may be crazy,
But it just may be a lunatic you're looking for!
                -- Billy Joel
 
Linux Songs Poems:  715 of 719

You will find me drinking gin
In the lowest kind of inn,
Because I am a rigid Vegetarian.
                -- G.K. Chesterton
 
Linux Songs Poems:  716 of 719

You'll always be,
What you always were,
Which has nothing to do with,
All to do, with her.
                -- Company
 
Linux Songs Poems:  717 of 719

Your wise men don't know how it feels
To be thick as a brick.
                -- Jethro Tull, "Thick As A Brick"
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