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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, Not In Common Time, Music, Oxymorons, Paradoxes, And Contradictory Statements, Real Estate, The Senses, Shapes, Space, Transportation
- Included on CD.
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Fibber Island is currently ranked #555 out of 910. (40 wikians have given it an average rating of 7.93)