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Lines Awaiting Armageddon

This is an amalgam of traditionals and more recent folk lyrics. All I did was mash them together.

LINES AWAITING ARMAGEDDON
Woody Guthrie, "Black Wind Blowing"
Trad., "Sinnerman", others

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Planet, Dammit

I learned about Clyde Tombaugh from Christine Lavin. A fun fact goes 'round the world.

PLANET, DAMMIT
tune: Billy Joel, "She’s Always A Woman To Me"
words (c) March 20, 2009 by Batya L. Wittenberg and Merav Hoffman

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Still Awake

Yeah, I know, everybody's done this song.

STILL AWAKE
tune: Jonathan Coulton, "Still Alive"
words (c) November 3, 2008 by Batya L. Wittenberg

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Hello Daleks

I still refuse to believe that I'm the first person to have done this.

HELLO DALEKS
tune: "Hello Dolly"
words (c) July 31, 2008 by Batya L. Wittenberg

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The Tower

Based on (and very mildly spoilery for) Stephen King's The Dark Tower series.

THE TOWER
tune: Dave Carter, "The Mountain"
words February 13, 2008 by Batya L. Wittenberg

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Child (Ballad) Abuse

I'm sure we could have fit another few ballads in here if we'd really tried.

CHILD (BALLAD) ABUSE
tune: various trad.
words and arrangement (c) February 12, 2008 by Batya L. Wittenberg and Merav Hoffman

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Algul Siento Song

Inspired by a particular sequence in Stephen King's The Dark Tower (the last in a seven-volume series).

ALGUL SIENTO SONG
tune: Leslie Fish, "Bridge-Guard in the Karroo"
words (c) February 12, 2008 by Batya L. Wittenberg

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The Filkers Who Don't Sing Anything

Because the joke needed to be made, and so did the point.

THE FILKERS WHO DON'T SING ANYTHING
tune: VeggieTales, "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything"
words (c) February 12, 2008 by Merav Hoffman and Batya L. Wittenberg

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The Baby Sister's Here

For everybody who's ever created, or been tempted to create, a Mary Sue. (A variant on a concept by Merlin Missy, used with her permission.)

THE BABY SISTER'S HERE
tune: "The Babysitter's Here," Dar Williams
this version (c) October 23, 2007 by Batya L. Wittenberg, with co-writer credit to Merlin Missy

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