It's Fun To Steal (Song)
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|song name||It's Fun to Steal|
|releases||It's Fun To Steal, TMBG Clock Radio, Podcast 47|
|first played||September 19, 1997 (11 known performances)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh|
- John Flansburgh, from the Mono Puff bio page: "I'm a big fan of New Orleans soul, which is so different and so under-acknowledged compared to Motown or Atlantic. We tried to incorporate that feel into this track."
- John Linnell, Strange Advice, August 1998:
"It's Fun to Steal" is really a great song, it's actually very, you know the thing about that is that it's a very sincere song, I had a long conversation with John about that song and we were talking about...
The implications?It's actually a very moralistic song in a way, like it's disguised as a kind of amoral song but it's sort of condemning the person who cheats but in I think an interesting way.
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