Kyle fancies Lee
Damian’s related to Elise
And they’re gay
As bent as a doughnut
They take it up the bum
Just 3 seconds and Damian is done
And they’re gay
As bent as a jaffa cake

Lee loves to gay bash
Especially when with you tonight babe
Cause I caught them fapping

Kyle fucked Elise
She gave birth to a hand
They are so gay
As bent as a noodle
Kyle takes it in the ear
In the nose and up the rear
They are so gay
As hairy as a coconut

Lee loves to gay bash
Especially when with you tonight babe
Cause I caught them fapping


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    General CommentThe title is about Digital Video:

    Digital video is a type of video recording system that works by using a digital, rather than analog, of the video signal.

    The terms camera, video camera, and camcorder are used interchangeably in this article.

    The digital video camera has a long history, which goes back much farther than most people would be aware of, or even believe. Digital video capture can be recorded as far back as 1951, some 56 years ago. However, Digital Video back than is a far reach from what todays society would regard as "Digital".

    Digital Video was first used in Television cameras.A small device inside these cameras called a Video Tape Recorder (VTR), used the cameras lens to capture live, moving images and converted them to electrical pulses. These pulses were stored on magnetic tape, much like a modern hard disc converts data into electrical, "binary code" signals and stores them on a magnetic disc. By 1956, after five years of extensive research, VRT technology was perfected. Charles P. Ginsberg of the Ampex Corporation created the VR1000 which was the standard Video Recorder used be the television industry

    In 1951 many significant world events happened. And this coudl be the meaning of the song.
    Bullseyeon October 28, 2007   Link

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