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Board: TheaterDionysos
Topic: THE JUDGMENT OF PARIS: an original satyr-play

Topic Editor: Xenophanes Orestes
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Message: ODE THREE: "There ain't nothin' like a dame!"
Author: satyr but wiser - Xenophanes Orestes
Date: Oct 3, 1998 15:54

CHORUS:
Some enchanted evening!
Hera, here before you--
How she did implore you
To cast your vote for her.
She called you a king,
Your praises did sing,
And promised you power and riches galore.

Some enchanted offer!
But you can do better.
Good thing that you let her
Head back from where she came.
Let's just wait and see
Goddess number three.
And this time, remember to hold out for more.

Don't let her bribe you with fortune or with fame-
Don't waste your time; just ask her for a dame!




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