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The Frogs on the Subway

Posted by shanoah on November 22, 2008

Ah, well, the Alligator King may be fearsome, but what animal has more pride then the frog? The Scottish frog, at least:

The Frogs in the Glen

This clip has a great atmospheric background, and I love the bagpipe playing on it. It is very much a Scottish national pride type of song, despite being about frogs, and I’ve always liked that sort of thing. Even if I am more likely to be around buslines, and subways, then scottish moors.

Subway!

“Buy a token now for a ride that’s super wow”

You could lose your purse, or you might lose something worse…”

I know I’ve said this before, but you could not get away with this on a kids show these days. Which is sad. Fun song.

Telephone Band

You ever wonder on songs like Jim Croce’s “Operator”, why the operator supposedly at the other end of the phone line puts up with it? Well, they obviously did as well. And, yeah, this is way too catchy of a song…

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