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about

Project Jenny, Project Jan is Sammy Rubin and Jeremy Haines
Produced by Sammy Rubin
Co-Produced by Alan Wilkis
Mixed by Britt Myers at Great City Productions
Mastered by Steve Fallone at Sterling Sound
Music by Sammy Rubin
Lyrics by Jeremy Haines
Drums recorded by Hillary Johnson

lyrics

Jenny
Jenny went out to say what she could say
Saw a lot of sanes never saw the saneray
Without the need for machaneray
Found she could bay what she wanted to bay.
Once upon a time in a land far away
A couple of girls went out to play
Didn’t have a game inside their head, made one up instead.
They got some forks and rubber bands, tied the forks around their hands
Pretending they were jungle lions, scratched each other both were crying.
The two went home with bleeding eyes to their parents shocked surprise.
They grew up, they’re in the work force, neither one can see, of course.
One girl’s working making cutlery the other makes brail books to read.
Jenny went out to see what she could see
Saw a lot of scenes never saw the scenery
Without the need for machinery
Found she could be what she wanted to be.
In the same part of town there was this man, glasses so thick he could see Japan.
One day he fell and the glasses flew off, couldn’t see a thing, couldn’t pick them up.
Two little girls came walking by, stole his glasses on the sly
They brought them down to the riverside where they tortured wildlife.
They got bored so they made a fire, burned down the town within an hour.
The whole town dies, glasses survived, now people call them diamonds.
Jenny went out to sigh what she could sigh
Saw a lot of Sines never saw the sinerai
Without the need for machinerai
Found she could buy what she wanted to buy
Two masked girls went out at night, together holding hands and two flashlights
They made their way to the edge of town, they laid a picnic down.
Sitting in the dark and eating wine and cheese K-I-S-S-I-N-G.
Then the whole town heard the news, came after them with torches and brooms
Both girls hid and shed their clothes, with flashlights did Morse code.
You can still see the two in love at night, now folks call them fireflies.
Jenny went out to sow what she could sow
Saw a lot of sones never saw the sonero
Without the need for maconero
Found she could bow what she wanted to bow.
Jenny went out the sue what she could sue
Saw a lot of sunes never saw the suneru
Without the need for machuneru
Found she could boo what she wanted to boo

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from Home Sweet Home, released April 5, 2011

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