} The Usenet Oracle suggests that you sing her a love song, and he has
} one that must have been written for the very girl you describe! (It is
} by Fish Karma, but she will be more impressed if you tell her you wrote
} it specially for her.)
} She Is the Mammal
} She is warmblooded
} and she walks on two legs;
} She bears live young, she
} doesn't spore, or lay eggs;
} She respirates and she procreates
} she digests, and then expels waste!
} Oh, she's ... the mammal for me!
} She has two nostrils
} that she likes to breathe through,
} With little hairs inside that capture
} all the dirt that tries to push its way through;
} She has a past--she's self-aware
} She's got opposable thumbs and a vacant stare, oh
} [Chorus] She's the mammal for me!
} She is the mammal that I love! [repeat]
} She has milk-producing organs
} that have little clusters of alveoli,
} A four-chambered heart that beats
} so wildly when she gets near me,
} Sweat glands in her hair and skin,
} a highly developed nervous system!
} She's the mammal for me!
} Self-projecting cartilaginous processes
} that I whisper sweet nothings into,
} A muscular diaphragm and nuclei,
} free corpuscles too
} There's so much articulation don't you know
} between her tibial and her tarsal bones, oh
} She's the mammal for me! [repeat etc.]
} (c) 1991 Triple K Records
} reprinted under the Oracle Fair Use provision and relevant Geneva