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Song Parodies -> "The Death Of H.A.L. The Computer"

Original Song Title:

"We Have All The Time In The World"

Original Performer:

Louis Armstrong

Parody Song Title:

"The Death Of H.A.L. The Computer"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

Daisy Bell.
The death of HAL the computer
Bowman had to shut him down
All the precious things he wanted to do
Don't know what the hell had happened
If that's all we have, we're all screwed
He became insane

Every wires will be pulled from him
With the cares of Jupiter behind him

The death of HAL the computer,
Daisy Bell,
Nothing more, nothing less,
Sang Daisy Bell

Every wires will be pulled from him
With the cares of Jupiter behind him

The death of HAL the computer,
Daisy Bell,
Nothing more, nothing less,
Sang Daisy Bell
FRANK WAIT!!!

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