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Art vs. Science

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The Lyrics

Dude can't find his slippers. Yeah.
This blows
Need my slippers, they're gone now
Don't know
Where my slippers are right now

This blows
Need my slippers, it's dark now
Don't know
Where my slippers are, not found
This blows
Need my slippers, cold right now
Don't know
Where my slippers are, screwed now
Slippers should be down
Slippers should be down there now

Must save feet from stabbing
Save feet from stabbing with my slippers
Floor at night is freezing
Preventing freezing with my slippers
Avoid big toe stubbing
Any toe stubbing with my slippers
They're so warm and fuzzy
Must feel fuzzy with my slippers

This blows
Need my slippers, it's night now
Don't know
Where my slippers are, help now
Need my slippers (hey)
Love my slippers (ho)
Want my slippers
You've got slippers? Borrow now
Take your slippers (hey)
Wait, these slippers (ho)
Are my slippers
Stole my slippers, I'm mad now
Slippers are mine now
Slippers have been found, warm now

I actually haven't owned slippers for well over a decade, probably. Given how I'm fine with a singlet and boxers for my pyjamas even in the dead of winter, I guess they're not that necessary for me.

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