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|release=11-05-2003
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* The raging guitar solo on this track is played by [[Jonathan Coulton]]'s friend [[Darin Strauss]], award-winning author of the novel ''Chang and Eng'' and fellow member of [[Supergroup]].
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* The raging guitar solo on this track is played by [[Jonathan Coulton]]'s friend [[Wikipedia:Darin Strauss|Darin Strauss]], award-winning author of the novel ''Chang and Eng'' and fellow member of [[Supergroup]].
* This song was made at the suggestion of Jonathan's friend Adam Sachs, who said he should write a song about a guy who's devolving into an ape, and the resulting argument with his wife about it.  The lines "Keeping the thumb but I'm getting dumb" and ending the song (inexplicably) with "[[wikipedia:Coal Miner's Daughter (song)|I'm a coal miner's daughter]]" were Adam's ideas.<ref>[[A Talk with JoCo, Part 2 (Undocumented Songs)]]</ref>
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== Themes ==
 
== Themes ==
*[[Monkeys]]
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Monkeys, (Your themes here)
 
 
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