Me and the Farmer

Postby Doctor Sparky on Wed Oct 31, 2001 11:26 am

Me and the farmer get on fine
Through stormy weather and bottles of wine
If I pull my weight he'll treat me well
But if I'm late he'll give me hell
And thought it's all hard work no play
Farmer is a happy crook
Jesus hates him everyday
'Cause jesus gave and farmer took<P>{Won't he let you go?} Probably no
{Won't he let you go?} Probably no
{Why does he treat you so?} I just don't know
{Why does he treat you so?} I just don't know
Me and the farmer like brother, like sister
Getting on like hand and blister
Me and the farmer<P>He's chpped down shade, planted trees
And helped the countryside to breathe
Ripped up fields, bullied flocks
And worked his workers right around the clock<P>It may seem strange but he'd admit
Intentions aren't exactly true
and through God loves his wife a bit
He hates the farmer through and through<P>{Won't he let you go?} Probably no
{Won't he let you go?} Probably no
{Why does he treat you so?} I just don't know
{Why does he treat you so?} I just don't know
Me and the farmer like brother, like sister
Getting on like hand and blister
Me and the farmer<P>All things bright and beautiful
All creatures great and small
All we've got is London Zoo
'Cause farmer owns them all
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Postby Sinclair Sinclair on Thu Nov 01, 2001 6:17 am

No Crispy my good man that was funny. But it does raise a point I've been wondering...first Shakespear and now Louis Pasteur... you are going to hell Shep. Are you going to pick on Helen Keller next? Brahms? Why don't you pick on a historical figure your own size, like Charles Babbage or John Donne?<P>Big temporal bully...
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Postby Crispy Knight on Thu Nov 01, 2001 6:44 am

Do you know what happens to cows if you leave them in the pasture overnight?<P>They get pastureized.<P>(thanks Charles Schultz)<P>...heh...must be the carbon monoxide, but I found that funny.
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Postby Shepherd on Fri Nov 02, 2001 4:23 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Sinclair Sinclair:
<B>No Crispy my good man that was funny. But it does raise a point I've been wondering...first Shakespear and now Louis Pasteur... you are going to hell Shep. Are you going to pick on Helen Keller next? Brahms? Why don't you pick on a historical figure your own size, like Charles Babbage or John Donne?<P>Big temporal bully...</B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>All will be revealed in time, my friend. No pun intended.<P>------------------
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