Shelley Segal's Salamander Song

Shelley Segal got dumped and then her new salamander died. At the 14:18 mark of the podcast below, you can hear the blunt and amusing song that resulted from this confluence of events. (via That Weird Atheist Girl)

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Shelley’s debut album (which unfortunately does not include this song) is An Atheist Album. I like it a lot. I even had Amy Childs use one of Shelly’s songs at the end of that podcast interview with me that I’m always trying to get you to listen to. Ahem.

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