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|song name||Imaginary Friend|
|releases||The Hal Cragin Years, It's Fun To Steal, TMBG Clock Radio|
|first played||June 27, 1996 (11 known performances)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh|
- Originally called "Felt Tip Pen," and based on Tony Millionaire's fondness for this writing implement.
- According to John Flansburgh, this song "...is about the comfort found in an insular existence..."
- Flansburgh has said, regarding the handclaps from Jo Anne Worley and Trini Lopez: "You have heard of sampling, but I say nothing more."
- Store 24 was a convenience store based out of Massachusetts. It has since been acquired by Tedeschi Food Shops.
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