"Pandy Fackler" as written by and Michael Melchiondo....
Pandy Fackler was a working girl
Living alone in another world
Of picket fences and a white façade
Sucking dicks under the Promenade

She was almost in a coma from doing the Bossa Nova
And the Funky Cold Medina, man, I wish you coulda seen her

Poor little Pandy is doing the best she can
Eating cotton candy from the garbage can
First to come and the last to go
I met her backstage after the 2nd show

Two lonely people on a summer night
We weren't in love but it was still alright
I held her close and she squeezed me tight, my Pandy!


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"Pandy Fackler" as written by Aaron Freeman Michael Melchiondo

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    General CommentI dunno if stylistically this can be compared to Steely Dan -- not really the same type of jazz influences, but I think there are other relevant comparisons. Let me preface by stating my opinion: Steely Dan is awesome. You could say they were the Ween of their own time -- excellent musicians and biting satire. I find it ironic my dad used to listen to Steely Dan and I'd sing along as a toddler, about pedophiles, prostitutes, heroin addiction, alcoholism...you name it.

    Will you one day do the same with your own children, listening to Ween?
    Riobardon October 12, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think it's more of a satirical nod to Steely Dan than Ween bashing them.
    JThrasheron May 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe title comes from a bootleg tape. Ween have made tapes for their friends over the years, and would label them with the friend's name. They made one for a Randy Fackler, which got bootlegged and ended up online with the typo "Pandy Fackler". They came across this and found it hilarious, so they used the name in a song.
    Nexus7on October 14, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThis song is great! Yeah, sorry I didn't have anything better to say but I can't believe no one has commented on it.
    majestikmoose9on September 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOne of my favorite Ween songs. Is this supposed to be Steeley Dan? Anyway, it's some kind of '70's type Steeley Dan type thing. Great stuff, I love how when they do period songs, they always throw in anachronistic touches, like "Funky Cold Medina". Haha!
    DevastatorJr.on March 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentdefinitely steely dan!! i laughed so hard the first time i heard this song because Ween has such an ability to do the bands I hate to a T!

    but also a parallel to "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" by Looking Glass is undoubtable..

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    fongabooon June 16, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's about kittens.
    janellworkson May 03, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentjanellworks you are a very funny person
    molluskmaxon January 02, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningThey both said that the song was written about a dream Deaner had about a twisted female who tried really hard but never quite got there.
    capnpoopon May 25, 2012   Link

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