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    The Divine Comedy / Lyrics

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    The Divine Comedy

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    "This book deals with epiphenomenalism w
    hich has to do with consciousness as a mere accessory
    of physiological processes whose presence or absence...
    Makes no difference... Whatever are you doing?"

    Aphra Benn: Hello
    Cervantes: Donkey
    Daniel Defoe: To christen the day!
    Samuel Richardson: Hello
    Henry Fielding: Tittle-tattle Tittle-tattle...
    Lawrence Sterne: Hello
    Mary Wolstencraft: Vindicated!
    Jane Austen: Here I am!
    Sir Walter Scott: We're all doomed!
    Leo Tolstoy: Yes!
    Honoré de Balzac: Oui...
    Edgar Allen Poe: Aaaarrrggghhhh!
    Charlotte Brontë: Hello...
    Emily Brontë: Hello...
    Anne Brontë: Hellooo..?
    Nikolai Gogol: Vas chi
    Gustav Flaubert: Oui
    William Makepeace Thackeray: Call me 'William Makepeace Thackeray'
    Nathaniel Hawthorne: The letter 'A'
    Herman Melville: Ahoy there!
    Charles Dickens: London is so beautiful this time of year...
    Anthony Trollope: good-good-good-good evening!
    Fyodor Dostoevsky: Here come the sleepers...
    Mark Twain: I can't even spell 'Mississippi'!
    George Eliot: George reads German
    Emile Zola: J'accuse
    Henry James: Howdy Miss Wharton!
    Thomas Hardy: Ooo-arrr!
    Joseph Conrad: I'm a bloody boring writer...
    Katherine Mansfield: [cough cough]
    Edith Wharton: Well hello, Mr James!
    DH Lawrence: Never heard of it
    EM Forster: Never heard of it!

    Happy the man, and happy he alone
    Who in all honesty can call today his own;
    He who has life and strength enough to say
    'Yesterday's dead & gone - I want to live today'

    James Joyce: Hello there!
    Virginia Woolf: I'm losing my mind!
    Marcel Proust: Je me'en souviens plus
    F Scott Fitzgerald: baa bababa baa
    Ernest Hemingway: I forgot the....
    Hermann Hesse: Oh es ist alle so häßlich
    Evelyn Waugh: Whoooaarr!
    William Faulkner: Tu connait William Faulkner?
    Anaïs Nin: The strand of pearls
    Ford Maddox Ford: Any colour, as long as it's black!
    Jean-Paul Sartre: Let's go to the dome, Simone!
    Simone de Beauvoir: C'est exact present
    Albert Camus: The beach... the beach
    Franz Kafka: WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM ME?!
    Thomas Mann: Mam
    Graham Greene: Call me 'pinky', lovely
    Jack Kerouac: Me car's broken down...
    William S Burroughs: Wowwww!

    Happy the man, and happy he alone
    Who in all honesty can call today his own;
    He who has life and strength enough to say
    'Yesterday's dead & gone - I want to live today'

    Kingsley Amis: [cough]
    Doris Lessing: I hate men!
    Vladimir Nabokov: Hello, little girl...
    William Golding: Achtung Busby!
    JG Ballard: Instrument binnacle
    Richard Brautigan: How are you doing?
    Milan Kundera: I don't do interviews
    Ivy Compton Burnett: Hello...
    Paul Theroux: Have a nice day!
    Günter Grass: I've found snails!
    Gore Vidal: Oh, it makes me mad!
    John Updike: Run rabbit, run rabbit, run, run, run...
    Kazuro Ishiguro: Ah so, old chap!
    Malcolm Bradbury: stroke John Steinbeck, stroke JD Salinger
    Iain Banks: Too orangey for crows!
    AS Byatt: Nine tenths of the law, you know...
    Martin Amis: [burp]
    Brett Easton Ellis: Aaaaarrrggghhh!
    Umberto Eco: I don't understand this either...
    Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Mi casa es su casa
    Roddy Doyle: ha ha ha!
    Salman Rushdie: Names will live forever...
    This song was submitted on September 16th, 2006 and last modified on October 18th, 2016.
    Thanks to Olivia_Ka for the contribution to this song.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group.
    Written by Neil Hannon.
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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