Imaginary Friend

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song name Imaginary Friend
artist Mono Puff
releases The Hal Cragin Years, It's Fun To Steal, TMBG Clock Radio
year 1996
first played June 27, 1996 (16 known performances)
run time 3:06
sung by John Flansburgh


  • Originally called "Felt Tip Pen," and based on Tony Millionaire's fondness for this writing implement.
  • According to John Flansburgh, this song " about the comfort found in an insular existence..."
  • Flansburgh has said, regarding the handclaps from Jo Anne Worley and Trini Lopez: "You have heard of sampling, but I say nothing more." [1]
  • Store 24 was a convenience store based out of Massachusetts. It has since been acquired by Tedeschi Food Shops.

Song Themes

Friendship, Numbers, Size, Songs With Handclaps, Time, Title Not In Lyrics, Trade Names, US States, Writing


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