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September 2, 2014 AT 11:16 am

Lisp song: Eternal flame, aka God wrote in Lisp (video)

I listened to the Fortran song, and I feel it’s time for a programming language song flame war. This song about lisp is totally awesome. Come on, who can top verses like:

“Now, God must know all these languages, and a few I haven’t named.
But the Lord made sure, when each sparrow falls,
that its flesh will be reclaimed.
And the Lord could not count grains of sand with a 32-bit word.
Who knows where we would go to if Lisp weren’t what he preferred?”

Beautifully performed at that. Listening to this song I can only come to the conclusion that God must truly have used Lisp for creation.

The lyrics are at:
http://www.songworm.com/lyrics/songworm-parody/EternalFlame.html

I guess this is the follow-up: http://xkcd.com/224/


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