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Post by twinkieweinersandwiches24_7 »

A pretty good original, in my opinion. I like the rhyming scheme, kind of like The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota, like not all forward and direct. :lookaround: Yeah, that's it. My third favorite original on Alapalooza, besides Young, Dumb and Ugly and Waffle King. ;)
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Post by WAYFan »

This song deserves a special place in my heart. It was the first Al song that I heard in a public place. (The DJ picked it at my friend's birthday party, I heard it going to the bathroom and it hit me. "Hey, that's AL!")
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WAYFan @ Jun 1 2007, 02:41 PM wrote: I heard it going to the bathroom
TMI WAYfan!!! :lookaround:

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Post by weird user »

This is a very good feel good song. Much better than She Never Told Me She Was a Mime, Talk Soup, Waffle King, and even Bedrock Anthem. Of course I'm only naming other songs on Alapalooza that this is better than... There are songs on other albums that this is better than, and songs on other albums that are better than this.

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I love this song. Definitely in my top 10 favorite Al songs. The lyrics are clever, and the music is also really good.
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Post by Mr. Rooney »

Nobody is really talking about the fact that the four-part harmony on this is absolutely amazing! I know all of them by heart. That'd be great to perform with three other people.
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Post by mybologna »

I'm listening to it Right NOW on headphones. Nice. Its one of the stronger points on alaplooza, considering Alapalooza is one of the weaker ones IN MY OPINION. The Whole CD went kerplunk after Achy Breaky Song in my opinion, Except Livin in the fridge and Bohemian Polka.
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Post by Muldernscully »

I love this song. It's great to hear R.E.M. style. Al pulls off Stipe's vocals perfectly.

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Post by UnderSupervision »

I adore this song. It's part of the reason why I love Alapolooza so much. That and of course the singles and Talk Soup.
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