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  • "First Played: April 21, 1993 (206 known performances)"

As far as I can tell, it may be referring to Sleeping In The Flowers' name on setlists. Who is up to the task of correcting this? Maybe a nanobot? --MisterMe 20:28, 26 February 2013 (EST)

Fixed it with our manual override! Good catch. -CapitalQtalk ♪ 20:29, 26 February 2013 (EST)


I gotta say this is one heckuva catchy and clever song. Also, where in the song is a voice altered to fit that theme? The only thing I can think of is that Linnell's voice is chopped off before it can resolve the note in most of the background "hey"s. Otherwise, I'm inclined to remove that theme. --MisterMe (talk) 10:57, 4 August 2013 (EDT)

I think those uvular "awo-awo"s have some pitch correction going on. I can hear some of that digital slipperiness around the edges of it. But if others don't think so, I'll concede. However!- Let the records show that, right around the release of the album, in some interview somewhere [Citation needed], JL mentioned that TMBG now totally embrace casual pitch correction. Maybe. So I'm inclined to believe there's pitch correction if a vocal is suspect. For instance the little flourishes in Sometimes A Lonely Way (example: 0:35, "and a new home for the trumpeter"). ~ magbatz 13:37, 5 August 2013 (EDT)


This song seems to be based around the sayings "dead asleep" and "woke up a new man"