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Track 18 of Agrimorfee's "White" album. An obvious song title, but I wasn't sure what to do with it, I guess, in the schematics Paul McArtney laid out in 1968. An example of concept being better than execution, let's leave it at that.
Today is the Deathday
The Deathday for you--ha!
And this is the Deathday
For the Rose and the Shoo-Fly
And this is the Deathday
For Dad and the Slingblade
Have a Deathday for you

Bet you're gonna be tardy, Marty!
Bet your're gonna be tardy, Marty!
Don't you dare be tardy, Marty!
Say hello to the fans--Baby!
Collect recycled cans--Baby!
Now clap your callused hands--Baby!

I know it's the Deathday
And it's the Deathday for you--Ha!
Today is the Deathday
Will youi admit your own crime?
Aren't you glad it's your Deathday?
It's OK, we fooled you.
Copyright 1997,1998 Agrimorfee This is one I am not especially proud of, but I don't want to try to go back to it. If you can find some deep meaning into this that I could tell to future questioners of my work, let me know! :)

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Troy - February 20, 2004 - Report this comment
Have to admit song didn't really make me laugh as such but I assume the pacing is precise. Cheers

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