DR. JANE'S SONGS: Table of Contents

This Table of Contents is longer than the List of Songs: it includes first lines, chorus or other repeated lines from some songs where the connection between the song and the title is not obvious. The first/chorus/repeated lines are in italics. For example, "Anthem to Bureaucracy" might be better remembered by the chorus line, "The Department of Obfuscatory" (Verbiage).

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The Table of Contents for Dr. Jane's Songs
"All in a line, marching"
Anthem to Bureaucracy
Aria in Ape-Flat Minor
At the Loch (1994)
At the Loch (1989)
A Battle with the Elements
Big, Bad Woman
The Blame Game
Cats Are Not Graceful
"Cats, they shed"
Chordata Chorale
Darwin's Story
"The Department of Obfuscatory"
Digga Digga Bone
"Dinosaurs are active by day"
The Disappearin' Archosaur Blues
The Empirical Strikes Back
Everlastin' Outcrop in the Sky
"Ev'ryone knew it was Elvis"
Flea Enterprise
For A While
Fossil Fever
"From stardust we are born"
The Graviportal Polka
The Great Cretaceous Hadrosaur
The Hagfish and the Lamprey
Have a Nice Day
"How did life begin?"
The "I Don't Know It" Blues
I'm Gonna Call It "Brontosaur"
I'm in Love with Attila the Hun
Jam-Packed Crosstown Bus
Joy to the World
Labyrinthodont's Lament
"Let the adipose be with you"
"Let's all give...three cheers"
A Look at Things that Don't Exist
"May the evidence be with you"
"Memos, memos, memos"
The Mesozoic Food Chain Rag
"Monkey see, monkey do"
Movin' the Bones
The Muscles of the Kittycat
My Lady's Only Human
My Own Best Friend
Nessie, Come Up
"O, set me free; I wanna be a bird"
"Oh, how did life begin?"
Only Human
The Origin of Life Drinking Song
Out of the Clear Blue Sky
The Overflowing Catbox Blues
The Paleontologist and the Astrophysicist
Pound Foolish
The Preacher and the Prof
Quetzalcoatlus's Hymn
"Set me free; I wanna be a bird"
Sexy Rexy
Sitting' Here Picking My Nose and Thinkin' of You
Song of Jack the Ripper
Song of the Middle Manager
Songs of the Phyla
The Systemantic Classification March
That Everlastin' Outcrop in the Sky
Tyrannosaur's Lullaby
That Everlastin' Outcrop in the Sky
"Ware, ware, better beware"
We Can't Find (the Creature in Loch Ness)
What Can I Do?
When Brontosaurs Fall in Love
Who Owns the Bones?

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