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    CHICKEN SUIT FOR THE LAWYER'S SOUL is Bob's third album, containing even more of his irreverent tunes regarding the legal world. This album has some of the newest parodies that highlight his recent show, including:
    1. Lawsuit Riot   7. Why Don't We Get Drunk & Sue
    2. One Hundred Hours 8. My Lawyer's Back
    3. Blame It On The Viagra 9. Probation Polka
    4. My Will 10. Every Minute Must Get Billed
    5. Cover Of The A.B.A. 11. Sleazy Side
    6. A.C.L.U. 12. Upwardly Mobile Love
    7. Bring Your Case Here To Me 14. Imagine There's No Lawyers

    Lawsuit Riot
    (Parody of "Zoot Suit Riot", by Cherry Poppin' Daddies, Steve Perry Toilet Brain Music, ASCAP, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone) Swing for Class Action Attorneys...or those affected by them. Features the "Whine Line" legal call-in show on WLAW Radio.

    One Hundred Hours
    (Parody of "Five Hundred Miles Away from Home," by Bobby Bare, et al., Central Songs, Unichappel, Music, Inc., BMI, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone) A folk song for the cyber-generation. Feel the love. .

    Blame It On The Viagra
    (Parody of "Blame it on the Bossa Nova" by Barry Mann, C. Weil, Screen Gems-EMI Music, Inc., with new lyrics by Well Hung Jury saxophonist, Dr. Paul McCusker.) It's after the year 2000, and we just now learn that the FDA has been slipping the White House all the good drugs.

    My Will
    (Parody of "My Girl," by W. Robinson, R. White, Jobete Music, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone and Bill Whitaker) Why do the kids start to call right before you die?

    Cover Of The A.B.A.
    (Parody of "Cover of the Rolling Stone," by Shel Silverstein, Evil Eye Music, inc, BMI, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone) You aren't really famous until you've been on the cover of the ABA Law Journal.

    A.C.L.U.
    (Parody of "YMCA," by Village People, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone) No more prayer before ball games...what's a coach to do?

    Bring Your Case Here To Me
    (Parody of "What a Wonderful World," by Sam Cooke, et al., Abkco Music, Inc., BMI, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone) What if there was "Truth in Advertising" for lawyers...what would they say?

    Why Don't We Get Drunk & Sue
    (Parody of "Why Don't We Get Drunk and Screw," by James W. Buffett, Coral Reefer Music, BMI, new lyrics by Bill Whitaker, with minor tampering by Robert Thomas Noone) a/k/a "The Dramshop Song. Liquor liability set to music. I'll take a double.

    My Lawyer's Back
    (Parody of "Men in Black, "by MC Terry Fadden, et al., Freddie Dee Music, BMI, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone) My Lawyer's back and you're gonna be in trouble....

    Probation Polka
    (Music and lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone, LawSongs, Inc. of West Virginia, BMI) A little dance for defendants who can't remember the rules of the game.

    Every Minute Must Get Billed
    (Parody of "Everybody Must Stoned," by Julian Brooks, Sam Burton, Troll and Evil Elf Publishing, BMI, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone. Idea for song from Paul McCusker.) Training song for new corporate recruits.

    Sleazy Side
    (Parody of "Trashy Women," by C. D. Wall, Groper Music, Rhythm Wrangler Music, BMI, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone) I like my lawyers just a "little" on the sleazy side.

    Upwardly Mobile Love
    (Music and lyrics by Ron Sowell, Story Circle Music, BMI) A love song for young professionals climbing the ladder of success.

    Imagine There's No Lawyers
    (Parody of "Imagine," by John Winston Lennon, Lenono Music, BMI, new lyrics by Robert Thomas Noone. Idea for song from Wayne King, Esq.) No, I can't imagine. Dream on.

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    WINGTIPS OPTIONAL
    1. Prelude: Barrister Blues Bar & Grill   9. Caffeine
    2. I'm A Lawyer..... 10. Fifty Ways To Get Through Law School
    3. The McJava Song..... 11. Breakin' Up Is REALLY Hard To Do
    4. Mommas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Lawyers 12. Interlude - W.L.A.W. Radio
    5. Every Minute Of The Day Is Filled With Something To Do - Blues 13. Bob's Budget Basement Legal Emporium & Drafthouse
    6. I'm Too Busy 14. Appointed Lawyer Rap
    7. Musical Miranda 15. Interlude - W.L.A.W. Radio
    8. Mylanta-ville 16. When You Find Yourself Disbarred

    Titles include songs such as "The McJava Song," which comments on the infamous "coffee in the lap case" set to the saucy tune of "Hot, Hot, Hot." He irreverently comments on the ethically-challenged attorney in "When You Find Yourself Disbarred" (parody of "When You Wish Upon a Star"). Anyone dealing with divorce will relate to "Breakin' Up is REALLY Hard to Do," which includes aspects of a relationship that Neil Sedaka never thought about...and "Appointed Lawyer" (Rap version) will strike the funny bone of those who are over-worked and under- paid.

    Mommas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Lawyers" and "I'm a Lawyer" give insight into the profession that non-lawyers will surely love. "Fifty Ways to Get Through Law School" recounts the difficult days prior to the "real world"...A total of 13 legal songs that range from Blues to Caribbean, Lounge Lizard to Rock, and include two digital remixes from the 1991 "Attorney- at-Flaw" album: "Bob's Budget Basement Legal Emporium & Drafthouse" and "Musical Miranda."

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