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Right now you can see a young snoozer zee sneep
Happily dreaming away;
For that's what sneeps do at least twenty-three hours
And fifty-nine minutes a day.

And what will she do when she finally awakes,
This slumbering snoozer zee sneep?
She'll spend a good second to yawn and to stretch
And fifty-nine getting to sleep.

--William Shakespeery






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