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Songs with notable falsetto singing. Merriam-Webster dictionary defines falsetto as "an artificially high voice; especially: an artificially produced singing voice that overlaps and extends above the range of the full voice especially of a tenor".
Theme of song[edit | edit source]
- How Can I Sing Like A Girl? - The song stems from Flansburgh's falsetto singing in "She Was A Hotel Detective"
Majority of song[edit | edit source]
- Bed Bed Bed Bed Bed (Demo)
- Escape From The Planet Of The Apes - In a 70s disco style
- Haunted Floating Eye
- Rabbit Troop Sucks
- Rat Patrol
- Return To The Planet Of The Apes
- She Was A Hotel Detective
- (Since You Joined) The Corporation
- Stayin' Alive
- Wind Chime
Briefly used[edit | edit source]
- Alarm Clock Catastrophe - Flansburgh sings some of the instances of the song's title in falsetto
- D Is For Drums - The last two recitations of the title at the end of the song prior to fadeout
- Feign Amnesia
- Hell Hotel
- Hide Away Folk Family
- High Five!
- The Long Grift
- Music Jail, Pt. 1 & 2 - Falsetto employed in Part 2
- Now Is Strange
- One Everything
- Savoy Truffle - Falsetto harmony on the chorus
- She's Actual Size (Live NJ)
- Tubthumping - Flansburgh's sections - "Oh Danny Boy, Danny Boy, Danny Boy" and "Don't cry for me, next-door neighbor"
- Where Your Eyes Don't Go
- Why Does The Sun Shine? (Science Version)
- Wreck It Apart
- Yeah, The Deranged Millionaire