Album: Whatever and Ever Amen (1997)
  • On the original album version of this song, a voice shouts, "Look, man, I got your hidden track right here, pal! Right here! Listen! Ben Folds is a (expletive) (expletive)" some time after the initial fadeout. This is ostensibly a parody of the "hidden tracks" that were somewhat common in the mid-1990s. >>
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    Matt - Voorhees, NJ

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  • Chelsie from Annapolis, MdHe is realizing the mistakes that he has made, and the man he should be.
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