Greg Cohoon (drmellow) wrote,
Greg Cohoon
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Silly Songs

I'm listening to silly songs as I poor through specifications and requirements for my current project. First person to identify the following lyric gets a point.
And I've been milking and plowing so long that even Ezekiel thinks that my mind is gone.
It shouldn't be too difficult.

ETA: Yeah, like I thought. Not too difficult. fettman got it just a few minutes after I posted. He didn't mention what album it was on, so if you still want to play, tell me what album it came from.

Further ETA: OK, fettman went off the deep end to prove he knew the album it was on, too. Two points awarded to fettman. A bonus point is available, but I'm not going to say what you need to do in order to earn it.
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