Well, trolls, Lambeth, guys who run the red at the last second meaning they’re on the way INTO the crosswalk while you’re crossing through it with the light … We all need a little lightness in our lives.
What we need is The Arrogant
The Worms usually perform the following songs at every show:
- "Carrot Juice is Murder" — a parody of an animal rights protest song comparing vegetarians to murderers, including a line about Coleslaw being a fascist regime.
- "The Last Saskatchewan Pirate" — a ballad about a farmer who takes up piracy on the Saskatchewan River. The song was also covered by Captain Tractor.
- "Mounted Animal Nature Trail" — an audience interaction song about a real place  on Manitoulin Island: Terry's Taxidermy and Mounted Animal Nature Trail.
- "I Am Cow" — a bovine anthem.
- "We Are the Beaver" — a tribute song to one of
's symbolic animals, the beaver. The song mentions how the peaceful rodent compares to other nations' animals like America's bald eagle, Russia's bear and India's tiger. Canada
Canada's Really Big" — A satirical national anthem for . Canada
- "Log In to You" — a love song using computer network euphemisms for sex.
- "Rocks and Trees" — A song describing the distinguishing features of Canada.
- "Jesus' Brother Bob" -- A song about Jesus' brother, Bob, who is always in the shadow of his brother. Bob is seen as "A nobody relative to the son of God", and states that "If only I'd been born just a little sooner, I'd be more than just the brother of God junior."
And, there’s a semi-religious quality to what I’m doing here, so I’m picking one of their best songs. I think this can stand as the Canadian Cultural Icon tonight too, since it’s my landlady and landlord’s wedding anniversary today and I’m invited for Shabbos supper, and then I’m going out to drink coffee on an outdoor patio at 10:30. Don’t know when I’ll get another chance.