Women & Men
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|song name||Women & Men|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Flood, Flood + Apollo 18|
|first played||November 24, 2000 (108 known performances)|
|sung by||John Linnell; John Flansburgh sings the bridge|
- Like "Nanobots", this song is about the rapid growth of the human race. "The words have a very blank, disengaged view of human reproduction. The lyrics neither celebrate nor condemn the expanding population. But the music is cheerful." - John Linnell in a 2009 interview with Rolling Stone
- On each verse, there is a pattern of beats per measure: 7, 6, 7, 6.
- Most of the lyrics of this song can be found printed on the walls just outside the bathrooms of Woodberry Kitchen, a restaurant in Baltimore, MD.
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