I'm Thinking of a Number

Album: Oh (Ohio) (2008)
  • Lambchop mainman Kurt Wagner explained to The Village Voice that this song was "the idea of trying to find someone in a club." He added: "In a way that was my attempt at trying to be more direct in speaking to an audience I know nothing about, which is club-going people [laughs]. So it's sort of a rare step into fiction for me."

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