Creepy Doll

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Creepy Doll
ReleaseThing a Week Four
Length4:00
Release date07-21-2006
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[edit] Trivia

  • Forty-second Thing a Week, released July 21, 2006
  • The song was inspired by various 70s horror movies that "scared the hell" out of Jonathan Coulton when he was a child.
  • The "correct response" to the big reveal, according to Jonathan, is "Ooooh". - video
  • On the "Best. Concert. Ever." CD Jonathan sings the "just behind the door" section of the first verse again, after the old man's creaky bones
  • if you listen closely to the song, the doll is the equivalent of a wife

[edit] Themes

Horror, surrealism, allegory.

Thing-a-Week Four
1. SkyMall · 2. Seahorse · 3. Creepy Doll · 4. Under the Pines · 5. Big Bad World One · 6. Mr. Fancy Pants · 7. You Ruined Everything · 8. I'm Your Moon · 9. The Big Boom · 10. Make You Cry · 11. Pull the String · 12. Summer's Over · 13. We Will Rock You · 14. We Are the Champions
JoCo Looks Back
1. Code Monkey · 2. Ikea · 3. I Feel Fantastic · 4. Mandelbrot Set · 5. Tom Cruise Crazy · 6. Shop Vac · 7. Chiron Beta Prime · 8. I'm Your Moon · 9. My Monkey · 10. Skullcrusher Mountain · 11. I Crush Everything · 12. When You Go · 13. A Talk with George · 14. You Ruined Everything · 15. Creepy Doll · 16. Mr. Fancy Pants · 17. Baby Got Back · 18. First of May · 19. Re: Your Brains · 20. The Future Soon
Best. Concert. Ever.
1. The Future Soon · 2. Ikea · 3. Shop Vac · 4. I'm Your Moon · 5. Baby Got Back · 6. Kenesaw Mountain Landis · 7. Chiron Beta Prime · 8. Tom Cruise Crazy · 9. Code Monkey · 10. Creepy Doll · 11. Still Alive · 12. Mr. Fancy Pants · 13. I Crush Everything · 14. Skullcrusher Mountain · 15. Mandelbrot Set · 16. You Ruined Everything · 17. Re: Your Brains · 18. A Talk with George · 19. I Feel Fantastic · 20. First of May
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