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2014-10-24
Marc Gunn Reavers, Malcolm, Reavers 
I was at the Louisiana Renaissance Festival when a fellow entertainer Jared Billeaud approached me and started singing a parody of the song "Leave Her, Johnny, Leave Her". I had to have it on my Sci Fi Drinking Songs album. So we finished the lyrics together.

This song is now available on the following CDs:
   
Comments:
2014-10-24 wildcard9
You know, some grenades would be really helpful right about now.
2014-10-24 ldlang
Some things are best sung! Thanks!
2014-10-28 Brother Osric
Men's ensemble, autoharp, *and* bass ... gorgeous!
2014-11-05 onib
This was easily one of my favorite tracks from the new CD. It had no trouble lodging itself in my brain on repeat, especially since its path was well prepared after hearing the "Leave Her, Johnny, Leave Her" shanty a few thousand times while playing Assassin's Creed 4. Fantastic job on the lyrics here.
2014-11-16 batlrar
Anyone up for making a parody of this called "Reverb, Marc Gunn, reverb"?
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