The full release of Welcome to Hookville goes live November 3.
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A playful twist on the old adage “all’s fair in love and war.” Here the lover challenges his beloved to hit him with her best artillery so he can prove how strong his devotion is.
Many years ago I was verbally abused without cause by a complete stranger, and that inspired this song, which I take to be an understatement about the human moral condition.
Parenthood is, or ought to be, a great joy, but it is also a turbulent, humbling, and sometimes bizarre endeavor that is not for the faint of heart.
It is one thing to treat people cruelly; it is quite another to do so with suave self-satisfaction.
The banal, perfunctory manner of certain government employees can be exasperating, so one might as well parley that into a little musical comedy.
It is sad to find yourself without a friend, but even worse to realize that this is due to your own bad behavior.
A goofy riff on human perversity.
Inspired by a real person who shall not be named, at least in public—a man so vain he probably wouldn’t think this song is about him.
When it occurred to me that Cyndi Lauper’s classic “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” is actually sexist I decided to write this musical retort.
Some people seem to find pleasure in controlling or proving their dominance over others. I can’t imagine a lonelier existence.