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With apologies, not primarily to Cat Stevens (though I will give old Yusef credit for popularizing the lovely ditty), but to the eucharistic hymnal from which he lifted it.
Morning half-baking, I'm a new baker
I have ideas no one has heard
Perpetual motion, salt from the ocean
Car bumper scroll light spells out a word
Someone named jutta keeps changing my titles
Capital letters? What's wrong with him?
And who's Unabubba? He seems like trouble
did he bone my self-powered gym?
Mine is the shake light, mine is the GM pet
And wouldn't it be nice if we all had wings?
I'm just a newbie - don't m-f-d me
And my recreations of well-baked things
I never google, or read the help file
What does it mean, though? "More jam and bees"?
Praise my bad science, praise for my magic
Praise redundancy fresh from my brain
Bee-Releasing Jam-Filled Banjo Leg
Even after reading this, it is doubful it will make any sense. [theleopard, Jan 29 2008]
||Server is broken, Halfbakery's down
Old-timers remember the Great Crash of '04
So many fishbones, so many croissants
Now lost in time, like tears in the rain
Ideas about bottoms, ideas about toilets
bodily fluids, something called "Pole Pants"
all these rubbish ideas, from so many people
except those of one guy: The master is [benfrost]
||Original words written by Eleanor Farjeon and set to the tune of an old Gaelic Christmas carol. The piano on Cat's version was arranged by Rick Wakeman.
||sp. "The Wizard Rick Wakeman".
||[global] has spoken /
Like the first bard