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Seems that a slight change in lyrics is necessary
Don't Fear the NodeReaper
apologies to <EN>BÍC</EN> and those that happened to rhyme for the following

All our nodes have come
Here but now they're gone
Abbots don't fear the reaper
Nor do the Saints, the vroom or the tye
     We can be like they are

Come on novice, don't fear the Reaper
Novice take my hand, don't fear the Reaper
We'll be able to code, don't fear the Reaper
novice I'm your monk

dirty nodes are done
Here but now they're gone
non-perl trolls and bravismore
Are together in eternity
     non-perl trolls and bravismore
40,000 lines of dreck everyday
     non-perl trolls and bravismore
40,000 other friars everyday
     Redefine happiness
Another 40,000 initiates everyday
     We can be like they are

Love of Perl is vroom
Here but now they're gone
Came the last vote of minus
And it was clear the node couldn't go on
Then the door was open and merlyn appeared
The flames blew and nodes considered
The replies flew then he appeared
     Saying don't be afraid, come on baby
And the node had no fear
And it ran to him
     Then they started to fly
They looked backward and said goodbye
     It had become like they are
It had taken his hand
     It had become like they are
Come on node, don't fear the Reaper

In reply to Re: Don't fear the NodeReaper by lemming
in thread The NodeReaper is... by vroom

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