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Ulimaker Booger Syndrome (lyrics only)

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Now here I am with a band to play

Some sounds unheard coming out your way

You see, I rhyme by myself in time

To call attention to this joke sublime

It'll be about something dear to me

My Ul-ti-maker that so dutifully

Crafts my thought into phys-i-cal

-ity, my joy my idolatry

Now if the rhyme is not found in time

Too bad, I'm new at this sort of thang

I'm here to tell you about one small thing

a way to improve Cura and the thing

I mean to say is the following

Booger Syndrome is the forking thing

You see, I'm keen to 3D printing

Yet my prin-ter is somehow lack-ack-ing

The wis-dom of init-i-al-iazing

Cause the booger at the start of things

Gets dragged into the print so disgustingly

Now if the nozzle was lowered better

a bit sooner like other printers,

then the booger at the beginning

would not be part of my print job thing.

So now you know the scheme of this rhyme

Is to tell you the story of the booger whine!

I'll stop now that you have got the point

Let's fix this fine tune detail of all things!

Buh-bye and all that jazz you know

I'll leave and let you all a smile aglow!

Les

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