Weird Wagon

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A damn fine experimental rock song, if you ask me.

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Description

Weird Wagon was recorded in the 1990’s by the Southern Californian band, Larry.  The song’s verses are simple and to the point, while the chorus is based around the idea of the ambiguity of the full diminished chord.  The lyrics reflect the fun and ambiguity of language.

Sample:

Lyrics:

The taste of paper is running through my veins. (Take a ride.)
Sang a thang that rang of orangutan boomerangs. (Take a ride.)

I’ll take you anywhere
(Don’t matter where we go)
I’ll take you everywhere
(Don’t matter where we go)
All aboard!  Don’t you wanna ride the weird wagon?

Do you shampoo a brand new bamboo caribou?  (Take a ride.)
Pelican skeletons paisley shoehorn oblong gelatin.  (Take a ride.)

I’ll take you anywhere
(Don’t matter where we go)
I’ll take you everywhere
(Don’t matter where we go)
All aboard!  Don’t you wanna ride the weird wagon?

Wanna dine drinking moonshine with a porcupine?  (Take a ride.)
Take the time to try to find the shrine in your mind.  (Take a ride.)

I’ll take you anywhere
(Don’t matter where we go)
I’ll take you everywhere
(Don’t matter where we go)
All aboard!  Don’t you wanna ride the weird wagon?

© 1995 C Barackman Music

Words and music by Cliff Barackman
Vocals: Cliff Barackman, Monique Powell
Guitars: Cliff Barackman, Bob Easton
Bass: Edwin Kampwirth
Keys: Victor Zahn III
Drums: Tim Bender

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