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More Than You Deserve is a musical written by Jim Steinman and Michael Weller, produced by Joseph Papp and directed by Kim Friedman. After a workshop production lasting two weekends in April 1973 at the Other Stage (now known as the LuEsther Hall) of The Public Theater, it opened at the Newman Theater (also within The Public Theater) on November 21, 1973, ran for 63 performances and closed on January 13, 1974
Singer: Johnny Boy Album's name: Johnny Boy Label: Fabtone – FABC-026 Type: CD, Album, Digipak Country: Japan Date of released: 2006 Category: Rock Style: Indie Rock. Johnny Boy - Johnny Boy MP3 version. You Are The Generation That Bought More Shoes And You Get What You Deserve (Crews Against The Consumismo).
Get up, Johnny Boy, Get up, Johnny Boy Get up, cause the World has left you lying on the ground You're my pride and joy, you're my pride and joy Get up, Johnny Boy, because we all need you now We all need you now. I will carry all your names and I will carry all your shame and I will carry all your names and I will carry all your shame and I will carry all your names and I will carry all your shame. Johnny Boy is the seventh track off twenty one pilots‘ self-titled debut album. The song follows the character of Johnny, an everyday John Doe character with an untold story who becomes troubled by his un-importance, and the fact that nobody views him as someone with opinions and personality. Echoes of Tyler Joseph’s experiences with depression are also evident throughout the song.