Lack of Social Skills

by B.C. Sterrett and Nick Yulman



Around the year 2000, B.C. Sterrett was stood up by 3 different girls in one week. This inspired him to write a depressing song called "Lack of Social Skills" on his accordion. Sometimes he would perform it live but it just made people uncomfortable. In the year 2003 he saw an eBay auction for a Song Poem. Bidding started at $10 and he won as the only bidder. The seller had to put whatever he sent to music. B.C. sent the depressing lyrics and requested the style of easy listening. Now released for the first time ever, this $10 recording effort can be preserved. B.C. once publicly sang along to the instrumental version at a singles gathering, on karaoke night, in a hamburger restaurant. This made his audience even more uncomfortable and only a couple people slowly clapped.

B.C. never thanked Nick Yulman for recording this and feels bad that he only paid him $10.


released June 4, 2016

Song poem by B.C. Sterrett

Put to music and produced by Nick Yulman

Cover art and design by Nick Yulman



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