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Foolish Songs, and the Fools who sing them...

One of my many hobbies is writing songs (or parodies, actually) about things that interest/annoy/amuse me.  Needless to say, that leads to a lot of songs.

Some of the songs are not listed here due to them being so horrible that I'd like them to fade away and die.  (yes, worse than these.  Think about it.)

I at no time wrote the actual music for these, just lyrics.  The vocals are mine, though.

First, the Second Life songs:

Avatar (Parody of Rockstar by Nickleback) was the first parody I ever published, based on most people's expectation of SecondLife.  It's also possibly one of the best known songs about Second life ever made.

Prim in my Hand(parody of stone in my hand by Everlast) is a song about Primitives, the building blocks of Second Life.

Sweet home on the mainland (Parody of Sweet home Alabama) talks about how hard it can be to find a place in Second Life, even your own home.

Lindens Lamnent (Parody of Piano Man) was written especially for a concert I hosted in Second Life.  It's a bit tongue-in-cheek, but overall is about how people seem to always push SL further than the game engine can function well.

StarCraft: Living in the Zerg Hive (Strawberry Wine) Zerg Rush!

StarCraft: Battle of new Gettysburg (Battle of new Orleans) Ever wondered how it went down at New Gettysburg when the Zerg and Protoss jumped the Terrans and whacked the whole planet?  Well, now you do!

Eve Online: Clone in the Lowsec (Down in the Boondocks) Eve has an interesting backstory about using clones for immortality... and euthanizing the original...

Finally, my life in a song:

(I wish I Worked) Nine to Five (I'm Alive)


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