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Uptown Perl
There's nothing like it in this download world
I bet it's never made a hacker cry
I bet it's never made him question why
Im gonna try for an

Uptown perl
I'm sick of living in this dot NET world
As long as anyone with geekness can
And now they're looking for a Mainframe man
That's not what I am

And when we know what we want from our time
That's when we'll wake up and make up our mind
They'll see I'm not so rough Just because I'm in love with my

Uptown perl
You know it's different in the Microsoft world
You can't just quickly write a simple script
You'll just go crazy doing batch file flips
And all that $h!t

Uptown perl
And I don't even have to buy my perl
It's FREE & easy, when we get things done
They'll understand the hacker I've become
And it's all been fun

And when its matching its patterns so fine
There's more than one way to make it work on time
They'll say I'm just so cool, & I'm no fool, cuz
Im in love with my

Uptown perl
It's taken coding to a whole new world
As long as anyone can click and type
Just break away from all that VB hype
Thats what I like

Uptown perl, She's my uptown perl
You know I'm in love With my uptown perl

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