After the credits roll, a short black-and-white clip purporting to be "The actual Dewey Cox, April 16, " is played. The band does not appreciate his insane style of music and his continuous abuse of the others in the group. Dewey writes protest songs for midgets. Marshall Crenshaw wrote the title tune and Van Dyke Parks penned one of the styled psychedelic jams, "Black Sheep". Although Dewey's father appreciates his courage, he challenges Dewey to a fight to the death with machetes. Film soundtracks soundtracks Columbia Records soundtracks Comedy rock soundtracks. They soon marry, have sex, and have a baby after 8.
However, they become attracted to each other, and Dewey weds Darlene while still married to Edith, which leads to both women leaving him.
Let Me Hold You / Little Man lyrics - John C. Reilly