Great Expectations! album: Proud to Be a Cow. Good Morning, Judge. album: Proud to Be a Cow. Love Letters in the Sand. Blah Blah Blah. album: So Far so Good. Andrew Charles & The Sins - One Trick Pony Show. album: Don't Be Yourself. The Mulligan Brothers - One Trick Pony. album: The Mulligan Brothers Live from the Netherlands.
One Trick Pony's albums. One Trick Pony - Main Street Blues Proud to Be a Cow, 2012 03:33. One Trick Pony - Distance Full of Life, 2009 04:41. One Trick Pony - A Damn Good Reason So Far so Good, 2016 03:52. One Trick Pony - Phonebook Full of Life, 2009 02:58.
Proud to Be a Cow 2012. Proud to Be a Cow 2012.
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One-Trick Pony may refer to: One-Trick Pony (film), a 1980 film starring Paul Simon. One-Trick Pony (album), a 1980 studio album by Paul Simon, and a song on the album. One Trick Pony", a song by deadmau5 featuring SOFI from the 2010 album 4 4 12. One Trick Pony", a single by Nelly Furtado featuring Kronos Quartet from the 2003 album Folklore. One Trick Pony", a song from the 2008 album Lightbulbs by Fujiya & Miyagi. One Trick Pony", a song from the 1999 album This Shit Is Genius by Dillinger Four.
One Trick Pony Lyrics. Like the criminal mastermind you know that you are Always playing the victim whenever you can You'd burn down half of Gotham City just to impress your friends And I don't know why you thought I'd be impressed When you set your hair on fire Well I get it No, really I get it Anything self-destructive is a thing. When I wasn't singing I don't want to be Mormon I never want to feel the guilt or pain again I never wanna be walking from my locker to the front doors of my high school Come face to face with Lydia Anderson And look her dead in the eyes and lie through my teeth 'Cause if she tells her dad. what I've been saying that'll mean a lot of shit for me We're talking meetings after meetings Like Zach and Lauren did And everyone staring at me as I refuse the sacrament refuse the sacrament.
One-Trick Pony, Paul Simon's fifth solo studio album, was released in 1980. It was Simon's first album for Warner Bros. Records, and his first new studio album since 1975's Still Crazy After All These Years. His back catalog from Columbia Records would also move to Warner Bros. as a result of his signing with the label. Paul Simon's One-Trick Pony was released concurrently with the film of the same name, in which Simon also starred.
Though it was released to coincide with the opening of the film One-Trick Pony, which Paul Simon wrote and starred in, the One-Trick Pony album is not a soundtrack, as it is sometimes categorized, at least, not exactly. If it were, it might contain the Paul Simon song "Soft Parachutes" and other non-Simon music featured in the movie. Instead, this is a studio album containing many of the movie songs, some of them in the same performances (two were cut live at the Agora Club in Cleveland). Paul Simon's One-Trick Pony was released concurrently with the film of the same name, in which Simon also starred
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