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The primary topic of the song itself is perhaps how two struggling musicians (Duritz and bassist Marty Jones of The Himalayans ) "want to be big stars," believing that "when everybody loves me, I will never be lonely." Duritz would later recant these values, and in later concert appearances, "Mr. Jones" was played in a subdued acoustic style, if at all. [2] On the live CD Across a Wire Duritz changes the lyrics "We all wanna be big, big stars, but we got different reasons for that" to "We all wanna be big, big stars, but then we get second thoughts about that," and "when everybody loves you, sometimes that's just about as funky as you can be" to "when everybody loves you, sometimes that's just about as fucked up as you can be." [4]

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The vinyl box set contains 4 discs, eight sides packed with 26 songs (15 acoustic & 11 electric) from the band’s five-night, sold out NYC performances from 2010.

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The vinyl box set contains 4 discs, eight sides packed with 26 songs (15 acoustic & 11 electric) from the band’s five-night, sold out NYC performances from 2010.

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