MIT When I find myself in times of trouble, Jerry Wiesner comes to me, Speaking words of wisdom: MIT. And now I find I'm losing What's remaining of my sanity. I'm told that that's expected: MIT MIT, MIT, what have you done to me? I think that I'm OD'ing; too much technology. And even though the night is cloudy There's a light that shines on me. It must be a laser: MIT. And if the light proves dangerous I'll go to the infirmary Provided it is open: MIT. MIT, MIT, computer running free IBM is at the stem of everything I see. I wake up to the sound of lectures Some professor's telling me I wake up to the sound of lectures Some professor's telling me du/dh=$BS - du(dt)$. Although the course seems difficult The catalogue says it's elementary Everything's so simple: MIT. MIT, MIT, you weren't true to me. You promised me an education, and gave me misery. And when I'm doing a problem set I find they're all too hard for me. There will be an answer: MIT. I'll go and threaten the tool next door And he will do them all for me. Cheating is so simple: MIT. MIT, MIT, I'm as desperate as can be. If a B's a bit too much I'll settle for a C. I gaze at the towering building And emotion sweeps all over me, Standing on the campus: MIT. How many times I've thought of jumping From the buildings that I see. That is not the answer: MIT. MIT, MIT, you don't agree with me. A dome is not a home: MIT. And as I walk its corridors, A concrete voice calls out to me: Soon you'll graduate from MIT. And then you'll find yourself pursued By captains of industry All because you went to MIT. MIT, MIT, you give me a degree, 'Cause I paid tuition, so punctually. MIT, MIT, you don't agree with me. A dome is not a home, MIT. MIT, MIT, you don't agree with me. A dome is not a home, MIT. MIT, BTB, what have you done to me? I think that I'm OD'ing; too much technology. (to tune of Let It Be) JY
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