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voicedance:

This super awesome nerdfighter art has always been my favourite, and it served as my inspiration to write a Hank and John version of the Phineas and Ferb theme song.

(Lyrics can be found in the YouTube description!)

Yes, and yes, and yes!

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laurenfairweather:

My new song inspired by The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is here! This book means so much to me.

If you’d like to download the song, it is now available on iTunes and bandcamp.

Lauren Fairweather’s much-anticipated TFIOS song “Math” is out at last!

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edwardspoonhands:

I Fucking Love Science is now over 11,000 notes…so I owe you a song! I /think/ this is the shortest song on the album, so hopefully you won’t feel cheated.  I’m REALLY looking forward to playing this song live. 

Pre-order Incongruent here! Clean - Explicit

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apenguinenthusiast:

It’s just weird listening to it… go ahead, do it.

Old school, yo.

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andrewismusic:

New video with Hank and Rob!

(via matthewgaydos)

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edwardspoonhands:

Just got my new audio input box set up :-)

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TFIOS Originally Inspired Song. It’s absolutely beautiful. I don’t think she ever intended for this thing to get big, but in 2 days time it’s got over 2,000 views and deserves more. 

Also, the artist is donating 25% of all song purchases on iTunes to the Stars Wont Go Out Foundation! 

(submitted by thoughtsontherocks)

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tfios-moviee:

Lyrics from hello-earl-gray’s blog

It’s only a matter of time before life begins. You talk to a stranger and suddenly you’re friends. You take your first step, and then you’re halfway to the end. Before you even learn to break or bend. Breathing in and breathing out let’s feel alive. I mean, isn’t that the definition of life?

It’s our infinity and it might be small, but I’d rather have this than nothing at all. A year might pass in a second, and a moment might last a year, and that’s when I start to wonder how time has tricked us here.

Let’s play with life like a deck of cards. I’ll shuffle you away and then blame it on the stars. It’s all just a gamble, isn’t that what they say? But it seems I’ll love you til the end of your days.

It’s our infinity and it might be small, but I’d rather have this than nothing at all. A year might pass in a second, and a moment might last a year, and that’s when I start to wonder how time has tricked us here.

How time has tricked us here

(Source: sarahwhimsy)

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Looking for Alaska (written by Liane Graham & performed by Hank Green) expressed in American Sign Language.

(submitted by liveoutsidethelines)

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