[I Nominate This Song As The "Song For The Group" (from The Benefit CD): Chorus From The Song "Inside" By Jethro Tull For It's Positive Mention Of "joe": I'm Sittin' In The Corner Feelin' Glad, Got No Money Comin' In But I Can't Be Sad, That Was The Best Cuppa Coffee I Ever Had, And I Won't Worry About A Thing Because We Got It Made, Here On The Inside Outside's So Far Away.]

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