The next verses go like this:
"And I use it a lot everyday and integrated it into my workflow"
"Everytime you use amarok and digikam, or evil iTunes and Picasa, and you don't have time to organize precisely in a careful directory hierarchy your files, semantic tags come to rescue"
"SickBeard tags my movies and tv shows, so I don't have to know the file names or what DIMENSION-mSD-LOL-etc is... and XBMC show them happily on my TV and fetches subtitles when the kids need it..."
"I don't have to categorize my email anymore, and when I did I couldn't for the love of me find any old message anyway..."
I am still constructing a way to apply semantiks to other document types (oh, my audio/e-books, my .od[ts], my .pdfs...) but I think we are fairly close. And my carefully-thought directory hierarchies DO crumble from time to time under their own weight.