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SCO's Yesterday - a parody by Scott Lazar
Saturday, July 19 2008 @ 05:33 PM EDT

It's time for a song for SCO to sing, to cheer itself up. Scott Lazar has come up with one. Hopefully Yoko won't sue us, because you sing it to a tune that sounds a lot like Yesterday. Feel free to hum along in your minds. There is no law yet forbidding thought music, so far as I know. And who here doesn't want to cheer SCO up?

****************************

Yesterday

All our lawsuits seemed like such paydays
Now the rulings take them all away
Oh why cant it be yesterday?

Suddenly
We're not half the threat we claimed to be
Now a shadow's hanging over our IP.
And bankruptcy ... a certainty

Why, they
sued Novell, I don't know, said Judge K.
SCO claimed
something wrong, now they long for yesterday.
[Greek chorus: Now they have to pay!]

Yesterday
Litigation was an easy game to play,
Now we need a place to hide away,
IBM will come without a stay.

[Alternative suggestion from an anonymous comment:
Yesterday,
Final judgement seemed so far away,
We held it off with an automatic stay,
But now, it seems, we'll have to pay]

Why we
sued IBM, I don't know, we didn't say
We claimed
'something' wrong, now we long for yesterday
[Greek chorus: Now they'll have to pay!]

Yesterday
Suing was an easy game to play,
with no products we'll just fade away,
Oh, how we long for yesterday?

Mm-mm-mm-mm-mm-mm-mm.

[Nick_UK suggests the following alternative last section:
Yesterday
Suing was an easy game to play,
with no products we'll just fade away,
Oh, how we long for yesterday]


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