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Whoda. theme song

flying monke.e. on December 10, 2012 15:57

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    after the Dr. Mudbath farewell, this was sent to me across state lines, it's By TomGravelly-Peas and Robt. Scrimm.

    "Whoda. theme song" by flying monke.e. is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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    16 timed comments and 3 regular comments

    • The End of All Songs
    • Mr.CAli4nia
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    • Son's Of The Dark Dawn
      Son's Of The Dark Dawn at 0.47 on March 04, 2013 04:20

      Grungy cool bass and free flowing lyrics.. Cool !!! "Son's Of The Dark Dawn"

    • flying monke.e.
      flying monke.e. at 3.33 on January 19, 2013 10:12

      @Takahiro Sone: no, A Kurzweil K2500 ( maybe), Keyboard provided the sounds, this was recorded by 2 ex bandmates for me.

    • Takahiro Sone
      Takahiro Sone at 3.33 on January 17, 2013 11:59

      This st224 sound?,cool track! ;D

    • the Soybeans
      the Soybeans at 1.03 on January 14, 2013 18:16

      @flying monke.e.: okeh actually i didn't have any tatoos. wanted to get them tho... =)

    • flying monke.e.
    • OfUaMI! studios
    • Gracious
    • flying monke.e.
      flying monke.e. on December 13, 2012 15:02

      yeah you did

      who's that dude with the buzzsaw hairdo
      hole in his jpants and a hole in his attitude
      smokin' like a lord from south uganda
      a tattoo for heather
      a tatoo for wanda
      eyes on the floor, and 2 car payments
      puts on his boots
      and hits the pavement
      deck and gorilla
      packed and Hendrix pants
      teach you how to bake bread and ballroom dance

      whodamathadamus, holy cow
      how ya' doin' sweety?
      i', much better now
      dont have a clue where i'll get the rent
      nothing is impossible for Juan St. Brent
      naturally smart and creepy pretty
      ??? run amok on the streets of the city
      ??? keep on comin' back
      U-S-A-F airman OLDneck, eck ack ack ack

      who's 24 & never been kissed
      high and dry in Cali.
      he said "Boom! Dis!"
      looking for a head
      and a bed to eat
      heart thumps a BIG BIG Texas beat

      drives the Silver Hornet like a bullet in space
      skids marks and ????
      that litter my place
      danced with a nun -til he broke her habit
      tricks are for Soybeans Silly Rabbit!

      (call of the wild)

      i've tasted miles of desert
      felt fields of thorns in my heart
      but keeping a constant sense of reason
      is the most difficult part
      smilin' as i'm laughing
      hoping to shed my tears
      grinnin' as i'm laughing
      even @ the tiniest fears
      and again, and again, in sorrow
      ???? tommorow
      you and I both up to our waists in it

      whodamathadamus, holy cow
      how ya' doin' sweety?
      i', much better now
      dont have a clue where i'll get the rent
      nothing is impossible for Juan St. Brent
      is that the end?
      What'd I Say?

    • Cosmos6666
      Cosmos6666 at 0.42 on December 12, 2012 22:00

      Excellent Beats nice sounding

    • flying monke.e.
      flying monke.e. at 6.40 on December 12, 2012 20:25

      @Gracious: mebee i like being slandered , hahahaha ;)

    • Gracious
    • flying monke.e.
    • Gracious
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    • flying monke.e.
      flying monke.e. on December 10, 2012 16:04

      OH & this song as most of our old boombox mic. recordings are not designed for bass. this one was better than a lot of them though. Dammit, why don't singers I work with ever own a microphone ?, hahaha

    • flying monke.e.
      flying monke.e. on December 10, 2012 15:59

      unmastered straight from cassette version of my theme song written by Robt. Scrimm and Tom Gravelly Peas... under the moniker Boyroast, which I believe yeilded 3 songs circa 1993.

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