Songs

All songs © W.D. Neely

Billions of Brain Cells Ago. On the subject of attrition.
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Cheney’s Arrival. Dick’s first day at his new job. Expectations are high.
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Dance of the Knee-Jerk Reactionaries. A selection from the National Security Council Songbook. Updated frequently.
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Father Abraham. An anti-draft song set during the Civil War era.
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Happy in Bananaland. An escapist fantasy set in the tropics.
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Ho-Hum Road. A rural reverie. Musings of an urban exile in deepest Brooklyn.
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Media Ecology (Nothing Ever Goes Away). Be advised: our indiscretions and miscalculations are preserved forever in cyberspace.
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Mere Mortals. Whom the gods would destroy, they first make expendable.
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New Beatitudes. Version 2.0 of this perennial favorite: enhancements and bug fixes.
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No Harm Done. A lullaby for our noncommittal zeitgeist.
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No Hurry. All God’s children run a little bit late.
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Now Now. We’re all a bit Götterdämmerung-out.
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Pollyanna in Exile. Biding her time. Plotting her comeback.
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Resistance.A good-old-fashioned protest song. There is a demand for this sort of thing these days.
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Roughshod. Memo to the boss: Might be time to retrofit your brand.
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Rubicon. On the futility of trying to dodge your destiny.
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Science & Technology (You Owe Us An Apology). Come down from your cloud, and say it out loud.
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Skeptic’s Lullaby. Dubito Ergo Sum: (I doubt, therefore I am).
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Tedium. What boredom sounds like.
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The Cautionary Tale. How we can profit from the misfortunes of others.
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The Here and Now. The case against deferred gratification.
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Thru Askin. A simple, heartfelt plea for a more civil society.
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Toothache. Love is like a toothache: Pearly whites as white as snow, but those gums have got to go.
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Two Cheers for Moderation. In praise of self-restraint. But let’s not go overboard.
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What Would I Do? Anticipating the loss of a loved one.
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