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       DONATION ENCOURAGEMENT SONGSHEET for UPGRADE DAY FESTIVITIES
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            A GEN NAMED KAALI
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    Let me tell you the story of a Gen named Kaali
            On that happy and fateful day.
    He had nothing in his pocket, kissed his wife and family,
            Went to yet another donation day.
    
    His mother told him: "Kaali, you're the Gen in the family.
            All the rest of us Simes must pay
    All those selyn taxes!  You have got to help us, with what
            You get on your donation day."
    
    CHORUS:
       Oh does he ever return?
            Yes, he always returns,
       At a much better rate of pay.
		(Good ol' Kaali!)
            Now he can pay the taxes 
       For his wife and family,
            'Cause of Selyn-Suckin' Sectuib Day.
    
    The channels told him: "Kaali, you've sure got it in you. 
            Just let it all out and we'll pay
    Enough for selyn taxes on your wife and family
            And your cousins in Red Rock Bay."
    
    So Kaali tried his hardest for a big load of selyn
            On each and every donation day.
    But all he ever got was the same old pittance.
            Being GN-3 did not pay.
    
    CHORUS:
    
    Then at the U Sime Center he met Hajene Yilli,
            At an NNU Upgrade Day.
    His life changed for the better when she SUCKED OUT HIS SELYN
            On that glorious summer day.
    
    He left the U Sime Center with a great big voucher
            Smiling at the sunny day.
    With his trousers falling off him and his hat on his eyebrows
            'Cause of Selyn-Suckin' Sectuib Day.
    
    CHORUS:
    
    Oh citizens of Nivet don't you think it's a scandal
            How little our donations pay?
    Every good Sime Center needs a Hajene Yilli
            And a Selyn-Suckin' Sectuib Day.
    
    CHORUS:
    


N.B. Credit for the idea and at least half its implementation to John Cowan.