Monday, September 19, 2005

Finding me finding you

A few people have stumbled across this page, none of whom I know. Utterly fascinating.

I'm finding about half my visitors have come for the dentata excerpt from Snow Crash from a link in the Althouse comments. Welcome.

A fair number have come for the Clarke's third law corollaries. That one got me a link from The Sideshow and ahistoricality. The latter saying "My initial enthusiasm for So Quoted has been justified" in reference to my Roberts hearing summaries. That was nice.

I also had someone show up looking for Paul Cebar lyrics. Oh, that made me feel bad. I'd only mentioned one Cebar song in my Educamation: Counting playlist. Just in case that person, or anyone else comes back I'll provide some lyrics. From the lyrical and latin influenced "the get go" CD, here is "She Found a Fool" by Paul Cebar. Rock on.

She found a fool
I believe she's gone and found herself a fool
Someone to up and send her back to school
As much as I like to see her loving
That's how much I hate to see her cry
And I believe she's gone
And found herself a fool

Dragging through her afternoons
Typing someone's troubles away
With her eyes shining at night
She's longing to put her ball in play
She's been kneeling, feeling,
And sitting on it
Raring back and letting fly
All the hours laughing alone
Put a whole new light in her eye

I believe she's gone and found herself a fool
Someone to up and bend her every rule
As much as I like to see her loving
That's how much I'd like to be that guy
And I believe she's gone
And found herself a fool.

He's a mere passerby
She's a flaming house on fire
You could see it burning there
Long before she banked it higher
I was more neighborly
I was downright kind
He charmed her from the corner
without even trying
Love's burning brightly and any fool can see
But this fool can only wonder
What that fool will be

As much as I like to see her loving
That's how much I'd like to be that guy
And I believe she's gone and found herself
I believe she's gone and found herself
I believe she's gone and found herself
A fool

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