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Come Over to My Dollhouse

Lunch Money describes themselves as "bringing the indie rock experience to family audiences" with their fun songs about all the joys of childhood. They have been featured on NPR and appear on one track in the Science Fair album. Come Over To My Dollhouse is a celebration of genderless, imaginative play, in which Spider-Man, Boba Fett, and Batman can interact with Rainbow Brite, Barbie, and Strawberry Shortcake. It also undermines gendered marketing, pointing out that boy-marketed toys like Castle Greyskull and Superman's Fortress of Solitude are really just dollhouses too. Kid-hop artist Secret Agent 23 Skidoo makes a guest appearance.

Notes for Parents: Come Over To My Dollhouse is suitable for all ages; while the games described are typical of preschool and school-aged kids, older kids will uncover additional meaning about societal expectations and gender marketing. The video is fan-made and features images of kids at play.

Lyrical Notes: None   Video Notes: None

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Product Details

Album Original Friend
Artist Lunch Money
Duration 2:49
Release Date Nov 23, 2010
Genre Pop / Rock
Music Themes Friendship, Individuality/ Independence, Social Issues, Women's Rights / Equality
Label Squirrel Mechanic Records
Recommended Age All Ages