The World's Address
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|song name||The World's Address|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Lincoln, Then: The Earlier Years|
|first played||February 7, 1987 (5 known performances)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh, John Linnell harmonizes|
- The demo of this song that aired on Frank O'Toole's WFMU show in 1987 was sung by John Linnell, who also wrote the song.
- Albert Einstein developed the special and general theories of relativity, and Nicolaus Copernicus provided the first modern formulation of a heliocentric (sun-centered) theory of the solar system.
Clothes, Criminal Activities, Lies And Deception, Mirrors And Reflections, People (Real), Puns, Recycled Material, References To Other Songs Or Musicians, Science, Self-Reference, The Senses, Sleep, Traded Tracks
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