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Olivia Newton-John

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The Lyrics

It's funny the Prince of Parodies didn't do this The whole song is sung in a "Nerd's Voice"
The computer is saying all the things I know you like
Making a good conversation
Gotta handle it just right
or else it will break
I took you to a store called Radio Shak
Then it was the time to do it
There's nothing left to talk about
the computer says everything

Let's get digital, digital
I wanna get digital
Let's get into digital
Let me hear that beep-beep-bop, that beep-beep-bop
Let me hear that beep-beep-bop

(Repeat Chorus)

I've been patient
I've been good
trying to keep my hands to the hands-free
It's getting hard throwing this back into the needy

I'm sure you'll understand the owner's manual
You knew each other for ten years
you gotta know that your bringing out
the DVD

(Chorus 2x)

(Musical Break)


Let's buy a DVD, or an MP3
Let's buy both of them
I wanna buy both of them
Let me burn both of them (2x)

Let me hear that beep-beep-bop (2x)

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