Performer: The Swingin' Marmalukeys
Writer: Brook Adams

Story

Tim Miller on bass and vocals, Jon Neher on dobro and vocals.

Lyrics

I wanna party in the cemetery, I wanna boogie with the dead and buried.

My cousin Otis and my brother Larry. I wanna take you there now.

I wanna boogie with the freaks and winos, career criminals and strange albinos.

'Cause they're the only kinda people I know. I wanna take you there now.

And party in the cemetery cemetery, we're gonna get behind the eight ball.

Cemetery cemetery, nobody's gonna make no phone call.

Cemetery cemetery, the dead are neither hale nor hearty.

Cemetery cemetery, nobody's gonna complain about our party.

We'll be belligerent buncha boozers, throwin' bottles at police cruisers.

And they'll arrest us like a buncha losers. And then the party is through.

Performer: The Swingin' Marmalukeys
Writer: Brook Adams

Story

Original idea by Sophie Adams about a real tunnel of sharks in the Loire Valley of France. Tim Miller on bass and vocals, Jon Neher on dobro and vocals, Jeff Alberts on drums.

Lyrics

In the tunnel of sharks, there's no place to hide. It's like being in a purple haze.

And the gift shop waiting on the other side is surrounded by electric rays.

In the tunnel of sharks there's big trouble, swimmin' everywhere you see,

But the shape of the plastic bubble makes 'em smaller than they seem to be.

The weather was dark, when the rowboat sank. I cried, "Someone come and rescue me!"

But I made my way to the riverbank, 'cause the water only reached my knee.

In the tunnel of sharks there's big trouble, swimmin' everywhere you see,

But the shape of the plastic bubble makes 'em smaller than they seem to be.

Light shines through and fools your senses, shines on you like giant lenses.

Little monsters, by refraction, magnify your terrifaction. Hey! Don't run away.

In the tunnel of sharks there's big trouble, swimmin' everywhere you see,

But the shape of the plastic bubble makes 'em smaller than they seem to be.

The Swingin' Marmalukeys
White, Stepney, White

Story

My favorite Earth, Wind & Fire tune. Tim Miller on bass and vocals, Jon Neher on dobro and vocals.

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    Saturday Market - Eugene, OR
     
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    Territorial Vineyards - Eugene, OR
     

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