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* According to Jonathan's [[joco:/2005/12/30/thing-a-week-15-resolutions|blog entry]] for the song, instruments played in this song include the dobro and a toy piano belonging to his daughter (presumably the same one later used in [[The Presidents]]).
 
* According to Jonathan's [[joco:/2005/12/30/thing-a-week-15-resolutions|blog entry]] for the song, instruments played in this song include the dobro and a toy piano belonging to his daughter (presumably the same one later used in [[The Presidents]]).
  
== Availability ==
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=== Downloads ===
 
"Resolutions" is currently only available for purchase in the Jonathan Coulton MP3 Store as an [[joco:songdetails/Resolutions|individual track]] or as part of ''[[joco:albums//thing-a-week-ii/|Thing a Week II]]''. Of course, this song is also included as part of the "Everything" playlist.
 
 
 
Downloadable FLAC versions of the above are available in the [[joco:store/flac/|Jonathan Coulton FLAC Store]].
 
 
 
=== CD ===
 
"Thing a Week II" is available for purchase as a CD [http://cdbaby.com/cd/coulton4 here].
 
  
 
== Themes ==
 
== Themes ==

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Resolutions
ReleaseThing a Week Two
Length2:21
Release date12-30-2005
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"Resolutions" is a song on Jonathan Coulton's fifth album, Thing a Week Two.

History

"Resolutions" was released as the fifteenth Thing a Week on December 30th, 2005, in honor of New Year's Day 2006. The "lyrics" are a list of "20 Healthy New Year's Resolutions for Kids" from the American Academy of Pediatrics. The music is a variation of Auld Lang Syne.

Live performance

"Resolutions" is believed to have never been played at a Jonathan Coulton concert. Given the sampled nature of the song, it is unlikely that it will be performed.

Trivia

  • According to Jonathan's blog entry for the song, instruments played in this song include the dobro and a toy piano belonging to his daughter (presumably the same one later used in The Presidents).

That's way more clever than I was epexctnig. Thanks!

Themes

Thing-a-Week Two
1. Flickr · 2. Resolutions · 3. You Could Be Her · 4. I Will · 5. Dance, Soterios Johnson, Dance · 6. So Far So Good · 7. Curl · 8. Chiron Beta Prime · 9. Take Care of Me · 10. A Talk with George · 11. Don't Talk to Strangers · 12. Stroller Town · 13. Re: Your Brains