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Why don't you get Linux?

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To the tune of "Why don't you get a job" by The Offspring

My friend's running Windows
Man, he hates that thing
He gets malware every day
He has to be careful or a virus will hit
In the worst kind of way

He wants to stay safe
He works his hands to the bone
To pay for the latest upgrades
Now he needs newer hardware just to boot the OS
Well my friend
You gotta say:

You won't pay, for upgrades. No way!
No, no, Why don't you get Linux
Say no way, say no way, no way
No, no, Why don't you get Linux

Full ...er ...Song.

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