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{{Infobox song
 
{{Infobox song
 
  |title = Welcome To Tally Hall
 
  |title = Welcome To Tally Hall
|albumart = MMMM08.jpg
 
 
  |writer = [[Joe Hawley]], [[Rob Cantor]], [[Zubin Sedghi]]
 
  |writer = [[Joe Hawley]], [[Rob Cantor]], [[Zubin Sedghi]]
  |singer = [[Joe Hawley]], [[Rob Cantor]], [[Zubin Sedghi]]
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  |singer = Joe Hawley, Rob Cantor, Zubin Sedghi
 
  |album = [[Welcome To Tally Hall (EP)]], [[Complete Demos]], [[Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum (Album)|Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum]]
 
  |album = [[Welcome To Tally Hall (EP)]], [[Complete Demos]], [[Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum (Album)|Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum]]
 
  |language = English
 
  |language = English
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Originally from the [[Welcome To Tally Hall (EP)]] and included on [[Complete Demos]]. When moved to MMMM, there were some slight word changes, such as "homophonic" to "heterophonic." The intro and outro are new as well as the opening notes of the song which were originally not chiptune.
 
Originally from the [[Welcome To Tally Hall (EP)]] and included on [[Complete Demos]]. When moved to MMMM, there were some slight word changes, such as "homophonic" to "heterophonic." The intro and outro are new as well as the opening notes of the song which were originally not chiptune.
  
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=== Trivia ===  
 
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* The Ford Windstar is a minivan sold from 1995 to 2003, renamed the Freestar in 2004.
 
* Eddie Thatch refers to the pirate Blackbeard
 
* WWTHD? stands for What Would Tally Hall Do?, which references a popular Christian motto from the 90's
 
* 'gnac refers to cognac, a brandy named after a town in France.
 
* Bill Laimbeer is a retired basketball player and current WNBA coach.
 
* Ebonics refers to English speech patterns primarily spoken by African Americans.
 
  
  

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