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In the Key of Bart

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Peter Nygård Lives Forever

With apologies to Oasis

Maybe I don't really want to know

How your stem cells grow

Or where you got them, bro

Lately, do you still feel any pain?

When that spike is in your vein?

Do you grow a second brain?

 

I know you're a wealthy guy

You wanna live, don't wanna die

I know you just want to breathe

Maybe I just don't believe

You so are not the same as me

I don't crave immortality

Peter Nyg*rd wants to live forever!

Maybe, I don't really want to know

What happens on your isle

Hear your pool is half a mile

Disney, had them cut off his whole head

Only after he was dead

They'll defrost it in a while

 

Maybe you weren't meant to stay

You don't resemble Dorian Gray

Maybe you were meant to age

Ponce de Leon ain't all the rage

You are just human, that's a fact

You can not make God take it back

You're gonna die; can't live forever!

Adapted from Live Forever, written by Noel Gallagher and recorded by Oasis in 1993.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 8, 2014 D2

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