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Flannel Channel: Flaming Lips “She Don’t Use Jelly” [VIDEO]

One of the oddest “hits” of the grunge era was The Flaming Lip’s “She Don’t Use Jelly”.  There was just something about the song that not only made you sing along, but make up parodies on the spot (pretty much anything with the suffix “een” on it.  More after the jump.

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The Flaming Lips are now known for their epic festival appearances and frontman Wayne Coyne being passed over the crowd in his giant man bubble.  Before they did any of that, they put out this quirky little song in 1993 (and it was actually from their second album).  From Oklahoma City Oklahoma, check out The Flaming Lips with “She don’t use Jelly”

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