Lady Is A Tramp
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|song name||Lady Is a Tramp|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Purple Toupee (EP), Don't Let's Start (Album), Miscellaneous T, Then: The Earlier Years, Stumpbox|
|first played||October 26, 1996 (1 known performances)|
- Covered live along with other songs from the Frank Sinatra adaptation of the musical Pal Joey ("There's A Small Hotel", "My Funny Valentine", "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered", "I Could Write A Book") as part of the Pal Joey Revival segment, due to Flansburgh's fascination with Sinatra.
- Recycled from the Rodgers and Hart musical Babes in Arms (1937).
- This song was sometimes used as an intro to shows in the 90s. A slightly different version of the song was used in 1990, which included a different drum track, a different keyboard and no vocal sample.
- Briefly featured in this episode of This American Life.
- This song samples Carla Thomas saying "tramp" in her and Otis Redding's version of the Lowell Fulson song "Tramp".
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