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Lyrics: Blue Horizon

This is a song about moving on.  I got the idea for it while driving in a U-Haul as I was moving from Pittsburgh to New York.  I sketched out the first draft of the lyrics while sitting in an … Continue reading

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Lyrics: I Think that He Likes Me

I’m a sucker for romantic relationships that begin as very good friendships.  Hence my otherwise inexplicable love for Dawson’s Creek.  This song is about the very exciting moment at the very beginning of one such relationship. This is one of … Continue reading

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Sarah Silverman Sings/Makes Inappropriate Annie Jokes

Three things I’m a sucker for: 1. Celebrity renditions of “On My Own” (Oh Joey Potter, you won that beauty pageant in my book) 2. Women with inappropriate senses of humor (“You had me at the Annie rape joke…”) 3. … Continue reading

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Lyrics: Def Ass Musical Theatre Gangsta Jam

We can usually tell whether or not one of our comedy songs is going to go over well by the ridiculousness of what gets left on the proverbial cutting room floor.  “Sherman & Madeline” lost a classic line about urination.  … Continue reading

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Top 5: Songs with Questions as Titles

Finally, a Top 5 that combines my nerdy love of musical theater with my nerdy love of grammar. “Why Can’t the English?” – My Fair Lady.  Ah, intellectual elitism.  Always entertaining. “Do You Love Me?” – Fiddler on the Roof.  … Continue reading

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Behind the Music(al): Anderson Davis

We’ve had the great fortune of knowing Anderson Davis since our days at Carnegie Mellon.  In fact, it was his idea to create an original CD as a fundraiser for the senior showcase, a project that eventually became Homemade Fusion. … Continue reading

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Top Five: Musical Villains

Note: Top Five, a wholly original idea entirely un-lifted from any Nick Hornby novels slash John Cusack films, is a feature we’re hoping to run fairly regularly on the blog, wherein one of us lists our Top Five favorite something … Continue reading

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