Hello, hello, testing, testing
At this time of year... oh, let me first introduce myself
Maybe you have heard me before, I am the great wok
And as you know, the great wok must be done
Now, at this time of year when brahama is in Brahma
The day of Brahma is set to last one thousand years and its night is of equal length
Well, for us human being, this is the end of the year now
And our minds turns towards what is laughably called the future
No mind can comprehend the infinite and absolute anon munsch mars stunvelly humpff
As we say in the Himalayas
Now let me tell you, my resolution of the year 1979 is to renounce complete everything
But complete luxury and self indulgence
Now I suggest this is going to be very, very difficult, very difficult indeed
I feel it's my duty, not only as a human being but as a person
Or was it not George Formy who said there are four billion three hundred and twenty million
Mortal or earth years which is one day of Brahma
So, one way of looking at it is simply not to look at it at all
And that's exactly what we're going to do now
So we'll settle down, deeply, I hope, and comfortably in an easy chair
And then, lay back, put the incense on, light the candles and give yourself a hard time

Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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