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Ubuntu's 'da bomb', la canción

Esta canción ha sido compuesta e interpretada por David Sterry, quien cogió como base la canción de OK Go - Here It Goes Again y le añadió su propia letra que hablaba sobre Ubuntu (y todo lo que suele ver con él), siendo el resultado el que a continuación podéis ver:



Letra:
This could be big, but I don't know, if you can handle GNU/linux cuz it's so off the chain
first you install, and then you use, and you find you've been missing so much it's a shame.
The box you bought, was in control
You knew it lacked, African soul. Ubuntu fills that hole.
Ubuntu, Ubuntu, Ubuntu's da bomb
Yeah, Ubuntu's da bomb
You know it's free,
it can be,
your O(perating) system.
Ubuntu's da bomb
Ubuntu's da bomb

Gnome, KDE, Firefox, Fancy clocks, your mail on Evolution or Thunderbird
You start your scripting with the knowledge that you're safe from viruses or macros in Word.
You will not see them anymore.
No popups no, virus no fear. You've got Ubuntu here.
Ubuntu, Ubuntu, Ubuntu's da bomb
Yeah Ubuntu's da bomb
You know it's free
It will soon be
your O system
Ubuntu's da bomb
Boot it for your Mom

Just check out OpenOffice, Beryl's desktop cube, Synaptic, you know they are coding Kung Fu
If you play World of Warcraft, Counterstrike, or Doom, then you can play them...in Ubuntu
Ubuntu, Ubuntu, Ubuntu's da bomb.
Yeah, Ubuntu's da bomb
You know it's free
It's got to be
your O system
Ubuntu's the bomb
Go to Ubuntu.com

Podéis conseguir el mp3 de esta canción descargándolo libremente de:

http://www.davidsterry.com/ubuntus-the-bomb-davidsterry.mp3

Y bueno, como no podría ser de otra manera, se licencio la canción como Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License

Suena bien, o no?

Fuente: UbuntuForums

1 comentarios:

  ciskod

28 de noviembre de 2007, 17:15

No está mal eh!

A difundir la "palabra" del "nuevo" SO...