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Your humble host may always be a Mohrrior, but he's been a double agent of sorts the last several months. Since mid-February, he's been peeping out "The Tony Kornheiser Show" podcast. Featured in this episode are your host's top ten all-time favorite Mailbag "Jingles" just in time for the Memorial Day Weekend. #ThisPodcastStinks

I made an error in editing this podcast: I said goodbye twice as I re-recorded the outro thinking I had erased the original when it actually appears as the countdown begins. Sorry about that...

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10) "La Cheeserie" by Joe Aro (music by David McCormick); parody of "Misery" by The Beatles (Lennon/McCartney)

9) "The Future" by Patrick Moffett; parody of the Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) song of the same name

8) "This Metro's on Fire" by John Niswinger; parody of "Girl on Fire" by Alicia Keys (Keys/Remi/Bhasker/Squier)

7) Original TKS Mailbag Jingle by Gary Braun

6) "Balding Jordan Spieth" by Robert Berg; parody of "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele (Adkins)

5) "Is It Called Modal?" by Joe Aro; music by Elliot Olshansky; parody of "You Can Call Me Al" by Paul Simon

4) "I Have a Piano" by Tony Beeson

BONUS: "Torie Clarke Has Piano" by Joe Farrell; parody of above song
Contains elements of "Hail to the Chief" (Sanderson/Gamse) and "State Anthem of the Russian Federation" (Mikhailov)

3) "Shop!" by KJ Ohnstad; parody of "Stop! In the Name of Love" by the Supremes (Holland-Dozier-Holland)

2) "I Don't Want to Wait (Theme from Dawson's Creek)" by Robert Berg; parody of the Paula Cole song of the same name

1) "He Don't Know My Language" (feat. Joe Aro and Robert Berg) by Luke Overbey; parody of "You Don't Know My Name" (Keys/West/Lilly/Bailey/Kent/Williams)
Contains elements of "I Have a Piano" by Tony Beeson