Printer Dysfunction Blues

Printer

I couldn’t get my printer to work Friday night, although it had printed fine all day. I worked on it for five hours until it did work. In the mean time, I got the Printer Dysfunction Blues, so I wrote a little song about it (recorded in stereo, although I have no idea how that happened):

Here are the words:

                                 Printer Dysfunction Blues

1. Went to use my printer late last night
It wouldn’t work and it gave me a fright
I got those printer dysfunction
Printer dysfunction
Printer dysfunction, dysfunction blues.

2. I tried the help desk, the FAQ’s
And nothing worked, so I got the blues
The printer dysfunction,
Printer dysfunction
Printer dysfunction, dysfunction blues.

3. Next I tried reinstalling the driver software
But after two hours I wasn’t getting’ anywhere
I had those printer dysfunction,
Printer dysfunction
Printer dysfunction, dysfunction blues.

4. I was ready to scream and tear my hair out
And my wife she said, what are you upset about?
And I said, I have the printer dysfunction,
Printer dysfunction
Printer dysfunction, dysfunction blues.

5. Then I noticed a cable that was loose
I plugged it in and it was good news
No more printer dysfunction
Printer dysfunction
Not more printer dysfunction blues.

6. So if you have a printer that just won’t go
Just throw it out the window and say I told you so
You won’t have those printer dysfunction,
Printer dysfunction
Printer dysfunction, dysfunction blues.

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2 responses to “Printer Dysfunction Blues

  1. Genevieve Starkey

    I wish my printer was so easily fixed. I’ve got those printer disfunction blues too! Very cute.

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