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    Lyrics: "The first electric chair was invented in 1904 by a chipper young man. He and his brother, Pop ran a small town repair shop. When they started work on their invention, everyone said all this tension, 'You'll never get it off the shelf!' But, they built a clay model out of old parts, the model worked fine, and in ten minutes time, it toasted 24 slices of bread. It used up two gallons of oil an hour, and could be plugged in for additional power. They sold the patent to a grumpy millionaire with an axe to grind for 69 cents and lived deadly ever after."

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Lyrics: "The first electric chair was invented in 1904 by a chipper young man. He and his brother, Pop ran a small town repair shop. When they started work on their invention, everyone said all this tension, 'You'll never get it off the shelf!' But, they built a clay model out of old parts, the model worked fine, and in ten minutes time, it toasted 24 slices of bread. It used up two gallons of oil an hour, and could be plugged in for additional power. They sold the patent to a grumpy millionaire with an axe to grind for 69 cents and lived deadly ever after."

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Lyrics: "The first electric chair was invented in 1904 by a chipper young man. He and his brother, Pop ran a small town repair shop. When they started work on their invention, everyone said all this tension, 'You'll never get it off the shelf!' But, they built a clay model out of old parts, the model worked fine, and in ten minutes time, it toasted 24 slices of bread. It used up two gallons of oil an hour, and could be plugged in for additional power. They sold the patent to a grumpy millionaire with an axe to grind for 69 cents and lived deadly ever after."

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from The Catcher in the Pie Album, released September 5, 2013
Lyrics: "The first electric chair was invented in 1904 by a chipper young man. He and his brother, Pop ran a small town repair shop. When they started work on their invention, everyone said all this tension, 'You'll never get it off the shelf!' But, they built a clay model out of old parts, the model worked fine, and in ten minutes time, it toasted 24 slices of bread. It used up two gallons of oil an hour, and could be plugged in for additional power. They sold the patent to a grumpy millionaire with an axe to grind for 69 cents and lived deadly ever after."

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