I wish they all could be California girls? Naaah, I'm thinking more like “I Wish They All Could Be Jewish Boys”. I got married to a member of the tribe a few weeks ago. It was a beautiful day full of good food and a unicorn. Yes, you read correctly. A unicorn. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/10/fashion/weddings/jessica-delfino-and-alex-smith-vows.html?pagewanted=all I wrote a fun song with my husband's granny a few years ago and decided to pull it out for Passover, I hope you enjoy it, I'm a big fan of the hebrew male: https://soundcloud.com/jessicadelfino/i-wish-they-all-could-be Thank you for your time! Jessica 917-450-4178 jessdelfino@gmail.com PS: This is the project I'm currently working on: New York Funny Songs Festival Returns to NYC Boasting over 50 comedy musicians featured in 18 shows, panels, and classes, The Second Annual New York Funny Songs Festival will be held in venues throughout the Lower East Side in downtown Manhattan from Thursday May 30 through Sunday June 2, 2013. Some of the highlights scheduled for this year include a CD release party for comedic rapper Rob Cantrell whose notorious single, “Coffee and Weed” landed him regular performances with marijuana legalization organization NORML, New York Funny Songs Festival founder Jessica Delfino's perennial show, “A Night of Dirty Songs” featuring the raunchiest, funniest songs out there from artists such as Ben Lerman, Howard Stern favorite Red Peters, and celebrated comedic musical duo Stuckey & Murray, and festival hit, “50 Funny Songs”, a fast-paced medley of 50 back to back comedic musicians. 2013 will also see an addition of ukulele classes, guitar lessons and comedic songwriting workshops. Sirius XM's RawDog Comedy channel is on board this year to broadcast many of NYFSF's shows live to thousands of listeners around the country. A complete schedule of shows, classes, venues and performers will be available on May 3 at nyfunnysongs.com. This year, NYFSF's message is playful, yet grounded in reality