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These Songs Remind Me of You Notecards

These Songs Remind Me of You Notecards
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Making mixed tapes for paramours may have gone the way of the dodo, but record lovers can still wear their vinyl on their sleeves by sending These Songs Remind Me of You notecards. Shaped like 45 singles, 12 clever all-occasion card designs by illustrator Tuesday Bassen slide into envelopes resembling single sleeves.

The Gilligan’s Island Theme as Other Songs

The Gilligan’s Island Theme as Other Songs

We already know that the theme song from Gilligan’s Island can be transformed into Stairway to Heaven. Turns out the trick works with other songs too. Cherokee Phil shows off more than 30 songs which can be sung to the tune of the Gilligan’s Island theme or vice versa, though the latter isn’t quite as effective.

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Semper Supra: The Space Force Theme Song

Semper Supra: The Space Force Theme Song

Formed in 2019, the U.S. Space Force has had its share of detractors, but the idea of having a military branch focused on the safety and security of the space above Earth isn’t a bad idea. Like other military branches, they now have an official theme song, entitled Semper Supra – the latin phrase for “Always Above.”

Shiny Object Syndrome

Shiny Object Syndrome

Given the nature of our website, we’re self-admittedly a bit materialistic. But that’s because there’s just too much cool new stuff out there. Daniel Thrasher is going through a similar problem and he wrote a little novelty song about his obsession with shiny new objects.

I Like to Wear Soft Clothing

I Like to Wear Soft Clothing

Actually, the full title of musician Bill Wurtz’s latest tune is “i like to wear soft clothing (cause it makes me feel like i’m rough in comparison.)” The lyrics tell the tale of a man who finds comfort in his clothes, listens to soft music, walks his cat, and gets turned on by the news despite his television being broken.

It Costs That Much

It Costs That Much

(PG-13: Language) Whether you’re a photographer, writer, musician, or in any other creative field, you’ve probably been approached by someone who wants your work for free in exchange for “exposure.” Laura Jane Barnes of Woah Dude has clearly had this degrading experience and wrote a little song about it.

Fat Cat Sat Hat

Fat Cat Sat Hat

Sesame Street has been a kids’ institution since 1969. This clip of a song called Fat Cat comes from a 1973 episode and reminds us just how brilliant the show can be with its rhythms and rhymes. Jim Henson played both the orange-haired Bip Bippadotta and the lavender singer, while Frank Oz was the blue guy, and Jerry Nelson was green.

The DMV Song

The DMV Song

We all know how painful a visit to the Department of Motor Vehicles can be. But maybe we just need to lighten up and enjoy the experience for what it is. That’s what Doug Alberts of animation studio Noodle did, and he wrote a little song about it his newfound love for the DMV.

Bill Wurtz: I’m Scared

Bill Wurtz: I’m Scared

Here, there, I’m scared of everywhere. Like many of us musician Bill Wurtz is worried about a lot of things. But rather than letting his stress and anxiety get to him, he put pen to paper and turned his feelings into one of his pleasant little songs.

The Disney+ Song

The Disney+ Song

We were just saying the other day how much we love Disney+ and how it’s our favorite streaming service. Between its catalog of Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars content, there’s something for everyone. But as elpinko, frizfrizzle, and Sebastian the Crab explain, there’s one franchise you just won’t find on the network.

50 Pianos, 1 Song

50 Pianos, 1 Song

To celebrate his 500,000th YouTube subscriber, musician PACIL created this lighthearted video in which he plays 50 different instruments, most of which could be considered a piano of some sort. He even included a Keytar, and a couple of those piano mats like the one Tom Hanks and Robert Loggia stomped on in Big.

The Pitch Song

The Pitch Song

Anyone working in a creative line of business can relate to the emotions you feel when your pitch for a concept falls flat on its face. Giant Ant’s animation and accompanying tune should serve as the official theme song for failed pitches.

Bill Wurtz: I’m a Princess

Bill Wurtz: I’m a Princess

“I’m a princess. And I wonder about my neighbors even though I don’t have them.” Musician Bill Wurtz’s latest track is a bit of a lyrical headscratcher, but that didn’t stop us from enjoying every second of light and bubbly musical journey.

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Suckin’ on a Chili Dog

Suckin’ on a Chili Dog

John Cougar Mellencamp’s little ditty ’bout Jack and Diane is a sentimental song about days gone by. Among its many illustrative lyrics is the part about “Suckin’ on a chili dog outside the Tastee Freeze.” Tom McGovern decided that’s the only thing the song should be about, minus the Tastee Freeze part.

The Legend of Neil Norman Wilkinson

The Legend of Neil Norman Wilkinson

“He used his lungs… to breathe in oxygen!” Elliot Mason presents a song about a totally ordinary guy doing totally ordinary things. Accompanied by a playful animation by Justin Mason, the silly lyrics remind us of the sort of thing Monty Python’s Flying Circus might have created. From the album Life Is Like a Movie.

Bin Guy

Bin Guy

Is it possible to write a song that only uses three-letter words, and actually have it make sense? Musician Brett Domino proves he’s clearly up to the challenge with his track “Bin Guy,” a song about unrequited love and taking the trash out. From the album Keytar Your Heart.

Layout Song

Layout Song

This short video proves just how universal the language of design is. Despite being entirely in Japanese, motion designer Ritsuko Nomura’s clip demonstrates the importance of using layouts, scale, and color to bring structure and legibility to information, regardless of language. From the NHK educational TV show Design Ah!

Hipster Coffee Shop National Anthem

Hipster Coffee Shop National Anthem

“They got Pop-Tarts for adults!” Novelty jam band The Cooties has a little fun at the expense of people who spend their days hanging out in coffee shops, from the overpriced exotic beans to the weird alternative milks. Oh, how we long for a crowded coffee shop right now.

Songs Around the World: The Weight

Songs Around the World: The Weight

To support the charity Playing for Change, musicians Robbie Robertson, Ringo Starr, joined amazingly talented artists from around the globe for a performance of The Band’s 1968 classic The Weight. Enjoy more from their Songs Around the World series here. (Thanks Jonathan!)

A Song About Birds

A Song About Birds
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(PG-13: Language) The Van Vuuren Bros. present a little song about our fine-feathered friends, most of whom they really like, except maybe one. If you thought pigeons were rats with wings, wait until you meet a flock of Ibises down under.

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La de da de da de da de day oh

La de da de da de da de day oh

Musician, songwriter, and video effects great Bill Wurtz presents a lighthearted little tune which, despite being completely cryptic, is also catchy as hell and gonna be stuck our heads all day. What does the fox say? La de da de da de da de day oh…

Writing a Sad Song

Writing a Sad Song

“I know a nice bar that has great booze… I’m a big fan of Tom Cruise.” Musician and YouTube star Rudy Mancuso likes to write original songs, but sometimes the lyrics aren’t the easiest things to come up with, as he proves in his video for “Musical Fiction.”

I Can’t Get Google

I Can’t Get Google

YouTuber Hot Dad pokes fun at some of the oblivious folks out there who for some reason think that posting on the Google Search App Facebook page is how you search the web, and decided to turn some of their absurd queries into a little song.

Eat a Sandwich

Eat a Sandwich

“Peanut butter jelly, or portobello. Open up your mouth… and say hello!” A silly song about one of our favorite kinds of food. Parry Gripp extolls the many wonders of fresh ingredients placed between layers of bread with this catchy little tune. It’s definitely not gluten-free.

First Drafts of Rock: Lola

First Drafts of Rock: Lola

Jimmy Fallon and Kevin Bacon channel Ray and Dave Davies with their interpretation the hit track Lola might have sounded like before they worked out all the kinks. Oh yea, we went there. Whaddya want? It’s Friday here.

The Toothpaste Song: Live

The Toothpaste Song: Live

Well my baby, oh she drives me crazy. Because she’s always putting the toilet roll on the wrong way on the thing. Elliot Mason performs a version of his track The Toothpaste Song in front of the cameras. If we can’t have Flight of the Conchords, at least we’ve got Elliot.

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