I've got the chorus, but I do not have the melody...
Mohammed is a constant source of comedy gold. Everything that comes from his mouth is pure genius, and must surely be commited to writing. Unfortunately, I can't be bothered to do that, so you'll just have to take my word on it.
I have a bit of a thing for old games, so you'll probably be seeing comments regarding what I've been playing as of late.
Heretic - I remember playing this quite a bit when it was new, and I found it to be an interesting diversion from Doom/Duke3d. An FPS set in a fantasy environment was a new idea at the time, and Heretic did a decent job of it. Today, it's not as fun as I recall it being. Not much variety when it comes to enemies, and way too much key/hidden door hunting than it should have. It did have some nice level design, though, considering the limitations of the engine.
Carmageddon - I had only played this as a demo, and can't remember what I thought of it at the time. By todays standards, the violence is hardly as cutting edge as it was on its release. Somewhat boring, but perhaps something to give a go at our next LAN?
Raptor - Had never played this before, and I can now say I haven't missed much. Being able to buy things for your ship is nice, but not enough for me to really enjoy it. I guess the various SHMUPs on MAME have spoilt me.