With tonight’s track I’m releasing my Adventure Time-themed album What Time Is It?!!! It’s entirely composed of songs written for this blog. If there’s a good response, I may write more AT songs in the future; otherwise, I’m ready to write about new, strange worlds. This song—the first track on the album—is written is response to a request from smobear, who asked me to write about the bromance between Finn and Marcy. She suggested the name “strangling pixies”, in reference to Marcy’s infamous, evil-esque request of Finn. The lyrics focus on all the cool things many of you said you’d like to do with your bros in Ooo (here and here). Check out the links I put in the lyrics to brief clips of AT on YouTube. I dedicate this song to smobear and these bloggers whose ideas made the final lyric cut: shadowofmefisto, zombieeggrollz, purplebloodedmajesty, abhorredlotus, psyclopses, imperfectblueeyes, and lilgarre. Download this song or the entire album for free here and stream it it on YouTube here. Thanks for listening everyone, and I hope you dig my rhymes. — K.C.
Yeah, Marceline, I’ll strangle pixies with you.
But then what are we gonna do?
Let’s steal the Ice King’s crown and put him in a block of ice,
take pictures with Beemo, and show every would-be wife.
Let’s cuddle with Cuties while they curse and be flies on Tree Trunks’ pie.
Let’s party with Pat in a giant’s stomach like it’s 1999.
In Ooo, there’s so much trouble to get into.
Bros gotta do what bros gotta do.
Let’s prank every princess, put peanut butter in PB’s hair,
put ketchup on Hot Dog’s buns ‘cause we just don’t care.
Let’s send a fake love letter from Brad to Lumpy Space,
and when she gets mad, we’ll vanish without a trace.
Let’s make music, Marceline, and you can be my muse;
Trust me I got more rhymes than the Choose Goose.
Let’s hang out with Jake, watch a cheesy romance movie,
eat an everything burrito, and feel real groovy.
Let’s quest after something special two bros can share:
I want to ride an ancient psychic war elephant as a pair.
We can go to battle, defend the weak and the poor;
we’ll be stronger than the weapon that ended The Mushroom War.