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“I’m a Beefy Miracle” song

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Beefy Miracle was chosen as the release name for the May 2012 edition of Fedora. Being a man of my word, here is my version of the song

I’m a Beefy Miracle [sung to the tune of “I Believe in Miracles (You Sexy Thing)” by Hot Chocolate]

I’m a Beefy Miracle
ready to
run your machine
(your machine, yeah)

I run Beefy Miracle
since I’m booting up
F17

Where did you come from, Beefy?
How did you know you’d replace Verne?
How did you know the mustard shows the progress?
How did you know I’d always say “hell, yes”?
Yesterday I was running Fedora 16
Now you’re on my laptop drive, keeping it alive.

rest here




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