But can you dance to it?

Strange maps has grabbed my attention again.  Nothing deep this time, but still cute.  For piano players who are either bored or lost (Karl H., do you have a GPS?), this map is for you.

[EDIT: 2/23/2008, Corrected the first link.]

7 thoughts on “But can you dance to it?

  1. Me, too! You play it, and I’ll write the words. (Actually, I’ll just steal the words to the “Love Boat” theme song, but I’ll change a word or two here and there.)

  2. Actually, now that I look back at it, maybe it wasn’t linked to on their site, but I know I found it somewhere online because I remember listening to it!

  3. Thanks, BanjoBen —

    If it is the same link I remember clicking (in the comments), it seems there was some debate as to whether or not the music was actually taken from the sheet music or not. I did not take the time to listen while looking at the notes to try and figure that out–and given my meager skills (using the word “skills” generously), I’m not sure I could have, anyway.

  4. And I think this map was made before the songs “All My Ex’s Live in Texas” and “Amarillo by Morning” came out — not to mention “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind”!

  5. If I can just figure out how to scan it into Finale without appreciable loss, then set the parts right, I not only might be able to give you a definitive answer, I might even be able to create a sound file. As it is, to me it looks weird, but harmonic.

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