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Dontchya Think Ya Should Know
This song features Jon Thomas on bass and his wife Kim Thomas on organ & rhodes.
Acoustic - Folk
Previous peak charts position #50
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #6
Brent Toland
Brent Toland 2005
November 05, 2005
MP3 5.0 MB
128 kbps bitrate
5:24 minutes
Story behind the song
There are 12 verses to this song, originally. The recorded version here has 4. The 4 I chose were partially decided by drawing straws. I then took the length (in meters)to the 23rd power and THAT number decided the number of words that would be contained within the 4 verses. I then took verses who summed to anti-prime numbers and used 3 (the first odd prime number)of them. The 4th verse I selected was the only verse that had a prime number of words. If you're still reading this and you're confused, then I'm only kidding. However, if you're not confused, I'm serious. At the end of the song, right as I'm singing "but I have the key" you you will notice what appears to be jingling keys. The jingle is not keys (I'm not that corny) rather my dog's tags on his collar. He entered the room right at the end of my guitar recording. So just to reiterate, the sound is not me jingling my keys.
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