All day I was trying to remember how the song went. then when I saw this, it all came back. Do you realize what that means? You have bottled the song! YOU DID IT!Plus, this is absolutely gorgeous. Quirky. Exciting. Clear. Unique.
Wow. I don't know what to say. "As Alan Jackson began to cry"...
Yeah, that song does feel like this--bublegummy and sort of incomprehensible, but loads of fun!
one of my top favoritest things you've ever done. just FYI
This is so awesome (& disturbing...) on so many levels! Very dynamic :)
This is supercool man! I am envious.
i haven't listened to the song, nor will i, BUT i can say with sound assurance that the song, in no way, sounds like this. BUT it is a fantastical drawring.
Wow. COol sketch. I would have to agree with tyson murphy. One of most favorite things youve done. Great job!
This is making my brain explode!:DYAAAY!
Love the colors. You amaze me Jake.
I don't know the song but now I feel like I must.Great work Jake. I think a bit of Europe came back with you.
I checked it out. That does sound like your picture. Cool.
the line work on the dude with the manatee head is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! boing. you know what that was.
i LOVE to do these kinds of things. i can think of dozens of songs i've "drawn" like this. you nailed the frenetic, psycho-candy + 1985 japanese feel of the song! nice.
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