Cheers to choccy for sending me the original mail that ended up being
this web page. I've turned it into a little program that does the random
selection for you. No idea who the original author was, sorry!
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I met her in Sheboygan with Merv Griffin,
I can still recall the hearing aid she wore.
She was crawlin' through the prairie with a wetback,
and I knew that I would upchuck on the floor.
Her rabbi said I'd change my sex forever,
She said to me our love would never die,
But who'd have thought she'd make it on a surfboard,
She fell beneath the wheels and cried goodbye.
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