Ryan sings a lament about being far from home in Iraq. A sentimental favorite for his fans, it was the first indication on The Real World Brooklyn of Ryan’s emotional depth.
Ryan introduced this song to the general public when he sang it to Chet Channon on a stationary boat ride. With this song he solidified his bona fides as a satirist and comedian. Notwithstanding the subject matter, the tune is quite entertaining and catchy.
A song quickly contrived to acknowledge the association between Ryan and Chet that began when they were roommates on The Real World Brooklyn. The production crew at first nicknamed the pair “dumb and dumber” but they quickly found out that they were wrong about Ryan.
Ostensibly about a girl that Ryan claims to have broken up with in the past, the song implausibly speaks of a girl that would have been cheating on Ryan. Seriously, if a girl had Ryan Conklin, how would it be possible that she would even look at another guy?
A song that reflects Ryan’s love/hate relationship with Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The song title refers to the year that the famous Battle of Gettysburg was fought. The lyrics indicate that the town has not changed since that time since it is kept in its historical state in perpetuity. Ryan Conklin sings of Gettysburg.
An invitation to travel with Ryan Conklin sans reservations and pre-planning.
A song about a mythical girl named Hannah, presumably the twin sister of Barbera.