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The Kid and the Dog are with Me

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Song details
Lyricists:Norma McPhee, Sue Jeffers
Composers:Tom Jeffers
Performers:Stone Dragons www.stonedragons.ca (Tom Jeffers, Sue Jeffers, www.stonedragons.ca)
Inspiration:Poem by Norma McPhee
Recorded at:Anticipation 2009
Notes:Norma recited this poem she wrote at a House Filk and I told her we would love to put it to music and make it a song. She took me up on the offer and Sue wrote choruses for the song.

 

Lyrics ©2008 Norma McPhee, Sue Jeffers
Music ©2008 Tom Jeffers

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Comments

kanef at Monday 14 September 2020 5:33 PM:

"I heard this song at OVFF in 2010, and it was one of the inspirations for something I wrote starting the next morning, "Save Yourselves!">, my parody of "Wicked Girls" about horror movie cliches. Earlier I'd seen a great performance on the OVFF stage of Debbie Ohi's own parody, "Wicked Squirrels", which used horror movie cliches, so hearing a second song about movie cliches in another genre seems to be what made it click. The next month, "Save Yourselves!" was sprung (with video rolling on Seanan -- just three weeks after hearing "The Kid and the Dog" for the first time (and "Wicked Squirrels" for the second time, but acted out on stage), so I'm really glad I heard this when I did. (I'm leaving this comment ten years later in September 2020, and I really hope anyone reading this in 2030 understands this recounting of hearing songs in person at conventions we all traveled to as the way things are done in a normal year, and not as a quaint description of a bygone era!) "

bridgewalker at Sunday 30 January 2011 3:36 AM:

"Thanks for sharing this song here. I've heard it a few times, and I still laugh. I think it has to be pretty good sign if you still find it funny even when you know the lines. Bravo, folks."

pmills at Thursday 22 October 2009 12:17 AM:

"Good song (of course I already knew that) and a nice recording of it."


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