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|song name||Fibber Island|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||No!, TMBG Clock Radio|
|first played||May 4, 2003 (57 known performances)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh|
- In a song-by-song guide of No!, the Johns said this of "Fibber Island":
Fibber Island is a traditional song written as a national anthem during the Island's tumultuous drive for independence from the US in the 1960s. Located directly to the east of Nantucket, Massachusetts, Fibber Island has been a vacation destination for CIA and retiring black ops agents for years, but when they moved to become their own nation-state, the Island was 'disappeared' by Lyndon Johnson and the FBI.
- The "kids" singing in the background are actually Flans, just with a much higher pitch.
Altered Voice, Animals, Clothes, Eyes, Food, Friendship, Islands, Lies And Deception, Music, Oxymorons, Paradoxes, And Contradictory Statements, Real Estate, The Senses, Shapes, Space, Transportation
- Included on CD.
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