Tuesday, June 28, 2005

"The old gray mare, she ain't what she used to be..."

The Old Gray Mare
Adapted Spiritual
Written By: Unknown
Copyright: Unknown

The old gray mare,
She ain't what she used to be
Ain't what she used to be,
Ain't what she used to be
The old gray mare,
She ain't what she used to be
Many long years ago.

Many long years ago,
Many long years ago,
The old gray mare,
She ain't what she used to be
Many long years ago.

The old gray mare,
She kicked on the whiffletree,
Kicked on the whiffletree,
Kicked on the whiffletree
The old gray mare,
She kicked on the whiffletree
Many long years ago.

Many long years ago,
Many long years ago,
The old gray mare,
She kicked on the whiffletree
Many long years ago.


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This rhyme has stood the test of time...

To wonder why may seem out of line...

It is what it is...

It was what it was...

It says what is...

But not why or 'cause...


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"But if I ran the zoo,"
Said young Gerald McGrew,
"I'd make a few changes.
That's just what I'd do ..."
- Dr. Seuss, "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish"


Dr. Seuss knew a thing or two about customer data analysis. His children's classic One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish embraced the fundamental diversity of the human race. Similarly, embracing the fundamental differences among your customers and their changing relationships with your brand lets you enhance your loyalty strategy - despite continual downward pressure on your budget.

SOURCE - http://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/196/11/7008.html

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This rhyme has stood the test of time...

To pervert why may seem out of line...

I guess it's fine...

I guess it's fine...

I guess I don't want to whine...


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Now here's a little story - I've got to tell,
About three bad brothers - you know so well,
It started way back, in history,
With Adrock, M.C.A., and me - Mike D...
- The Beastie Boys, "Paul Revere"


SOURCE - http://www.sing365.com/music/lyric.nsf/Paul-Revere-lyrics-Beastie-Boys/61D63E95C4B99E3448256BBC0026225E

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This rhyme has stood the test of time...

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