The Song “Little Boy, Tiny Boy, Baby Boy” is from the musical THE NIGHTMAN COMETH s written by Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton III for the show ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.’
The “gang,” runs a family company business in Philadelphia, the fiction “Paddy’s Pub,’ where a brother and sister work in a bar with their two best friends. That is fiction. In fact, in real life, Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson are married and Glenn Howerton III and Charlie Day also have acted in episodes where their family’s – specifically their wives – making the show not only the funniest show on television but one where the theme of a gang that always returns to the family company business at Paddy’s Pub.
In the analysis on this page and the still maps here show a median expected tempo of 78 beats per minute. What one tends to hear are fat triplets in that speed, which by multiplication say: if you follow the triplets you will hear 234 beats per minute. The length of the average beat is about 0.7693 seconds long.
Goodnight with goodness and mercy to all,
Ian Andrew Schneider
June 11, 2012