One of my favorite strange little covers is of the old vaudeville tune “Ain’t Nobody’s Business,” originally written by Porter Granger in the 1920′s and covered over and over and over by bands and musicians such as Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Mississippi John Hurt, and many more. Click here to check out the cover (with, uh, “modified lyrics”*) by Wingnut Dishwasher’s Union, fronted by Pat The Bunny (Of Ramshackle Glory, Johnny Hobo and The Freight Trains, Michael Jordan Touchdown Pass, and more, I’m sure), as well as an older more traditional version of the song.
*The now-defunct Wingnut Dishwasher’s Union typically performed this one by inviting the audience to make up their own verses after the first 2 or 3. It makes for some, uh, interesting little ditties.
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