"Meet Tim Crist, a man obsessed with Pac-Man." - Fred Willard, 2004 (R.I.P.)
Hi. I like Pac-Man, and because of that Fred Willard said my name on VH-1 once and I was more recently in an article for the Smithsonian to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the great yellow semi-circle of life. So if you're interested in Fred Willard saying your name on VH-1 and being in an article for the Smithsonian, I highly recommend liking Pac-Man. It's not hard, because Pac-Man is neat.
Anyway, long story mid-length, back in the proverbial "day" I used to participate in a Pac-Man chat forum called "Pac-Chat" (because, as noted, I like Pac-Man.) One dude named "Pac-Manic" (a.k.a. Jeff Carter) wrote some nonsensical lyrics in a post starting with "[something] a yellow guy? Pac-Man! Do he eating lots of dots? Pac-Man!" I decided that this needed to be a real song. When I got around to actually endeavoring to make this happen, I somehow couldn't find all the stuff Mr. Manic had originally written, so I took what I could remember, came up with a bunch of my own thingies, and combined these with ideas from a similarly-nonsensical post I'd made describing the gameplay ("The best way to Pac-Man is to use the game!" etc.) to create "Pac-Man Is Naked And So Should You," which was released in 2001.
After the aforementioned Smithsonian thing ran this year, I realized I hadn't done anything to properly commemorate the 40th birthday of he who makes our enemies blue and edible and guides us through the maze of life, so I decided to redo this here song. Nobody told me not to, so here it is. FUN FACT: The square-wavey synth sound I use throughout this is actually a pitch-manipulated single sampled note from the intro music of the Pac-Man arcade game. Because I am an ARTIST. So there.
This is only the beginning of Worm Quartet's tribute to Pac-Man's 40th birthday. Stay tuned.
Vocals, keys, programming, and production by Shoebox
Mastered for The FuMP by Devo Spice
Lyrics by Shoebox and Jeff Carter / Musics by Shoebox
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nticompass - Jun 26, 2020
This song gives me some strange urges. The urge to play Pac-Man!
Alchav - Jun 26, 2020
My favorite part of this song is the part where you materialize beside the listener, unhinge your jaw and swallow them whole. The music is pretty good, too.
lukeski - Jun 26, 2020
All songs are not this song. Please remedy this so all songs are now this song. Yes, including "Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car".
Insane Ian - Jun 27, 2020
This is the most ever
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