The Doubleclicks covered “The Pronouns Song”!

I haven’t been keeping this website updated very well, partly because my day job is particularly busy right now, but mostly because I haven’t really figured out what to do with this website. At this point, its primary purpose is to link to my YouTube channel, Twitter account, Facebook page, and Patreon page.

But my favorite band covering a song I wrote—particularly a song that I think is Good and Useful, a song I devoutly hoped other people would cover—definitely ranks a post here. I am so thrilled! It racked up more than 2,000 views in its first five days, and it’s gotten lots of positive comments from around the world.

(If you’d like to cover it yourself, please do! Here are the lyrics and chords. Feel free to change all the names and use different pronoun sets, if you’d like.)

Sunday Comes Afterwards (The Song)


A new song to go with the name of my act! Like “Friday” before it, this uses the ’50s chord progression, AKA the Ice Cream Changes, AKA the Heart and Soul chords, among other names.

(In this case, it also uses the same key and strumming pattern as DeAnne Smith’s “Nerdy Love Song.” This wasn’t deliberate, but if you haven’t heard Smith’s song, I commend it to your attention. As a bonus, it features an adorable kitten!)