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Artist:They Might Be Giants
Desc:"They Might Be Giants performing live on the Tonight Show with the Doc Severinsen Orchestra."
Category:Music Videos, Classic TV Clips
Tags:leno, tonight show, birdhouse, might be giants
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
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Comment count is 12
I actually ripped this down to mp3. It's that awesome.
Makes me realize how much I miss Doc. And Johnny and Ed, of course. Goddamn Leno.
Good song, but they upped the tempo too much.
That's the best that band has ever sounded.
This is awesome.
Man, if I were thirteen again, and thought nonsense lyrics were really deep, this would be awesome..
These stars are for the Tonight Show band.
The lyrics aren't nonsense. They're pretty, too.
Not great, for one of their live performances.
Syd Midnight
It's not nonsense, it's about a bird-shaped nightlight. Jesus.
They are playing here tonight! Looking forward to it, though I'm barely familiar with their latest stuff.
It was a really great concert with the caveat that the audience was (expectedly) nerdy and poorly socialised. There was this fat guy in a star wars t-shirt who barged his way up to the front (pushing in front of two girls who can't have been much over 5 foot) *wearing a backpack that he refused to take off* and danced like a retard. When he got complaints, he actually said 'deal with it'. He also thought he was a comedian and yelled out stupid shit all night.

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