Music On Only A Game

 

Lacrosse from The Change: Another Teenage Werewolf Musical, Original Cast Recording (The Change, 2010)

Oh, those teenage werewolves and their darn lacrosse. Always quick sticking and causing unsettled situations.

Baa Baa Black Sheep by Bob the Singer (from The World’s Greatest Nursery Rhymes…The Only Children’s Songs You’ll Ever Need, Undercover Digital, 2010)

I got winded just typing the title of this record. And can nursery rhymes be great? I think they can just be good. If that’s the case, then the title is a little, you know, self-aggrandizing.

Whiffle Ball by The Skeletons (from Nothing to Lose, Hightone Records, 1997)

Hey, skeletons…it’s “wiffle”, like the haircut. But I guess most skeletons don’t have hair. Cool song, though, about a kid wishing he had enough money for a new wiffle ball.

The Fast Food Song by Funsong Band (from Kids Party Album Volume 3, Music Factory Entertainment Group, 2006)

Believe it or not, there’s a record by a bunch of public radio listeners with way too much time on their hands, and there’s a song on it titled The Slow Food Song.

Scrabble Champ by LaMuff (from Gold Lame, LaMuff, 2012)

Triple word score for you, Ms. LaMuff, if that really is your name. Good thing we ducked out just before the words got a little too explicit, even though they would have been big point-getters on a Scrabble board.