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Genres: Alt-Rock, Classic Rock, Jazz
Tags: Beefheart Inspired, Waits Inspired, Experimental, India Inspired

License: FeedForward Collaboration License

I've never seen a happy fly
My goal's become: before I die
To look an insect in the eye
And say: "Ah, that's your purpose!"


Mosquitos live a sorry life- They take and take and take all day.
They don't keep lesser bugs away.
I wonder: What's their purpose?


Awe, Lady Bugs are cute
I guess
They eat my fruit
And leave a mess
A Sharp rebuke
For sloppy guests-
I know not what's their purpose

MP3: 128.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 2.02 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 2:12
Date uploaded: Nov 20, 2010, 20:46 EST Show more info
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heavysounds gave feedback to The Closers for “The Utilitarian Rag”:
This lyrics is Very classy. It's unpredictable. No one can ever think it can go this way. This is a good song as well. And the artwork means another thing entirely. Good work.
 May 05, 2016, 09:56 EDT
The Closers 
$heavysounds, YOU are the classy one 100%. This is a picture of the famous Utilitarian JS Mill:

It basically says that "one must always act so as to produce the greatest aggregate happiness among all sentient beings"

What about bugs?????
Thanks, man!
flag (May 05, 2016, 10:47 EDT)

LoKey512 gave feedback to The Closers for “The Utilitarian Rag”:
Another great listen.I like the rhythm and vibe you got going on in this track and as always great guitar playing and vocals as well.
 Dec 19, 2015, 13:26 EST
The Closers 
LoKey, thanks again for listening! Wish I could take credit for the guitar -- just the vocals and chord changes -- F#-C --another Hendrix change -- and another free download! -a
flag (Dec 20, 2015, 11:10 EST)

Richard Shekari gave feedback to The Closers for “The Utilitarian Rag”:
lovely rhythm, been playing it since.
keep up the good work
 Jul 30, 2015, 05:31 EDT
The Closers 
it's a simple track, a novelty tune, but i think it works. thanks richard.
flag (Jul 30, 2015, 15:23 EDT)