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My 'puter crashed and died today
And I thought, "oh well what the hey"
Now I'd have time to clean my house
And see if I still had a spouse

It started out with weird frustrations
Combined with mild heart palpitations
And then my ankles began to swell
Withdrawal symptoms from no AOL

Chills ran up and down my spine
Oh, God I had to get on-line
To greet my buds and check my mail
I began to feel helpless and frail

Then I remembered the Good Guy's Store
And all those 'puters by the door
I'd go there and when alone
With no one looking I'd sign-on

I stepped up to a 'puter, clicked on AOL
The Sign-On screen came up,
man it sure looked swell
I clicked on the Guest name,
then came the modem sound
I was having cold-sweats,
as my heart began to pound

Then I typed my password,
and the computer said, "Goodbye"
And that's what I kept hearing
each time that I would try.
This was just an evil plot,
the store was playing tricks
If only they had known
how bad I need my AOL fix

I ...slowly... typed... my... password...
then...I... stood....and...waited
The darned thing said , "Goodbye" again
and I got real frustrated
That's when I shoved the keyboard
thru the monitor screen
And the last thing I remember
is my loud shrieking scream

When I woke I was handcuffed
(being booked I think)
I asked the data entry cop,
if he'd get me a drink
Now I'm sitting in his chair,
and I know I can get well
If I can just use his 'puter
to sign on AOL!




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