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0:11 But anyway, this is about the evils of science, so I think it’s perfect.

0:25 ♫ My oh my, walking by, who’s the apple of my eye? ♫

0:28 ♫ Why, it's my very own Clonie. ♫

0:32 ♫ Oh, if I should stroll the hood, who knew I could look so good ♫

0:36 ♫ just talking on the phone to Clonie. ♫

0:39 ♫ We are pals, it's cool, 'cause we're not lonely, ♫

0:43 ♫ shallow gene pool is nothing to my only Clonie. ♫

0:47 ♫ Me and you, hustling through, holding on through thick and thin, ♫

0:51 ♫ just day by day, our DNA, so the Olson twins got nothing on us. ♫

0:55 ♫ We'll survive, side by side. Mother Nature, don’t you call her phony, she’s my Clonie. ♫

1:01 ♫ Was wealthy, but not healthy, had no one to dwell with me, ♫

1:05 ♫ so look who I got born -- Clonie. ♫

1:08 ♫ Far from broke, bored, rich folk, we don't need no natural yolk -- ♫

1:12 ♫ our babies come full-formed, Clonie. ♫

1:16 ♫ We'll be huggable, get a publicist ♫

1:19 ♫ and show them, be the most lovable thing since fucking Eminem. ♫

1:23 ♫ Oh my friend, multiply, we’re a franchise, like Walt Disney or Hannibal Lecter. ♫

1:27 ♫ We can tell our cancer cells are more benign than old Phil Spector. ♫

1:31 ♫ We’ll survive side by side, should have signed with Verve instead of Sony. ♫

1:37 ♫ You’re my Clonie. ♫ "Oh Clonie, how I love you."

1:41 "Ha, I'm the only person I ever loved."

1:45 ♫ Gee, that's swell. I guess you're just my fatal attraction-ie. You’re my Clonie. ♫

2:01 Thank you.

2:03 (Applause)