Shark Week!

by Marian Call

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*******This song is very silly. It was written to celebrate everyone's favorite holiday season by Marian Call and Patrick Race (alaskarobotics.com). It features the best rhyme in the history of shark-related rhymes and about a zillion exclamation points.*******

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Sharrrrrrk Week! It be Sharrrrrrk Week!
It be Sharrrrrrk Week! It be Sharrrrrrk Week!
Wear your fin hat and bare your teeth!
(Chomp Chomp)
Build a couch cushion coral reef!
(Chomp Chomp)
TV trays for the family meal:
Mama's home-fried baby seal!

Sharrrrrrk Week! It be Sharrrrrrk Week!
It be Sharrrrrrk Week! It be Sharrrrrrk Week!
Just imagine us beneath the sea,
(Chomp Chomp)
Cartilaginous, fierce, and free!
(Chomp Chomp)
Sing along with your salty crew!
Iiiiiiiiiit be Sharrrrrrk Week! It be Sharrrrrrk Week!
It be Sharrrrrrk Week all week through!
(Chomp chomp)

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released August 2, 2012
From "A Little Something"
Written by Marian Call and Patrick Race
Recorded by Marian Call in Juneau AK, Regina SK, and Seattle WA
Piano recorded by Paul Pew in Austin, TX
Mixed and mastered by Bryan Ray in Austin, TX

Marian Call, typewriter and vocals
Paul Pew, piano and vocals
Vincent Houghtaling, tuba and vocals
Gregory Muszkie, very low voice
Sarah Houghtaling, Katie Moest, Adam Levermore, Aubrey Webber, Stephen Toulouse, Izzy Christensen, Lael Rogers, Patrick Race, Ty, Susan, and Brevin Keltner, Chomp Chomps

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Marian Call Alaska

Marian Call has things to say. She sounds a little like Ingrid Michaelson meets They Might Be Giants & Regina Spektor for bourbon & laughs, which sounds improbable, but give it a try. She hails from Alaska and tours North America and Europe, and she lives on Twitter. Her songs are quirky, sharp, surprising confections in every genre full of rich dark carmelized sugar, savor, & spice. ... more

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