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Any Major Dude Will Tell You
By Donald Fagen and Walter Becker

I never seen you looking so bad my funky one
You tell me that your superfine mind has come undone

Any major dude with half a heart surely will tell you my friend
Any minor world that breaks apart falls together again
When the demon is at your door
In the morning it won’t be there no more
Any major dude will tell you
Any major dude will tell you

Have you ever seen a squonk’s tears? Well, look at mine
The people on the street have all seen better times

Any major dude with half a heart surely will tell you my friend
Any minor world that breaks apart falls together again
When the demon is at your door
In the morning it won’t be there no more
Any major dude will tell you
Any major dude will tell you

I can tell you all I know,
the where to go, the what to do
You can try to run
but you can’t hide from what’s inside of you

Any major dude with half a heart surely will tell you my friend
Any minor world that breaks apart falls together again
When the demon is at your door
In the morning it won’t be there no more
Any major dude will tell you
Any major dude will tell you

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10 Comments

  1. *cuddlehugs* (unlimited supply here for you)

  2. Wot Katy said..

  3. And another to the hug-queue

  4. Dude! Great tune.

    Now did Genesis “A Trick of the Tail” come out before this? Or does the legend of the Squonk predate both albums?

    *hug*

    • It is a great tune, and quite appropriate today.

      The squonk predates both albums. According to Wikipedia:

      “The Squonk is a legendary creature reputed to live in the Hemlock forests of northern Pennsylvania. Legends of squonks probably originated in the late 19th century, at the height of Pennsylvania’s importance in the timber industry.

      The earliest known written account of squonks comes from a book by William T Cox called Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods, With a Few Desert and Mountain Beasts (1910). Mr. Cox’s account is reprinted in Jorge Luis Borges’ Book of Imaginary Beings (1969).”

      Steely Dan’s Pretzel Logic came out two years prior to Trick of the Tail

  5. Hugs if you need ’em. 🙂

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