words and music by michael billingsley
Harrison Horowitz is on the trombone,
With a tubist named the Walrus and a marching drum.
They’d been wandering all night,
In a field under incandescent light.
Till the Walrus said, the more we play,
We’re getting better everyday. Hurray!
They started up, jazzing up their marching sound...
And they marched in pouring rain,
The marching band without a name.
Till the Walrus squealed, my friends we’re saved,
I’ve seen the name, that will bring us fame!
It’s Harrison Horowitz and the Marching Homo Band!
But, homo like sapien,
Our logo will be a man,
Marching left, right knees high,
With his chin proudly raised towards the sky!
Sadly Harrison, let out a sigh.
His marching dreams were built to die.
from One More Day
released October 30, 2013
Michael Billingsley: male vocals, trumpet
Jarred Antonacci: trombone
Michael Ford: sax
Rob Gardener: accordion
Jason Herrmann: guitar
Meg Moyer-Herrmann: female vocals
Christopher Slone: upright bass
Rob Smith: drums
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