The following links are to demo recordings of The Trolley Stoppers in MP3 format:  The first three tracks were recorded live during a rehearsal on February 7, 2011.

Lullabye Our take on a song that Billy Joel wrote for his young daughter.   

Mad World:   Mad World was a hit for Tears for Fears.

Pizzeria Owner's LamentOur own George Alexander wrote and arranged this song about a clash of cultures.

The following tracks were recorded live during a rehearsal on December 2, 2010.

Swarthmore Village:  George Alexander wrote new lyrics to turn a scholastic classic into an homage to the Borough of Swarthmore and its residents.

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?    The theme song of the Great Depression, with a message that resonates today.


Young Wayne The young Wayne as a miscreant.

Wayne Now Wayne, after they released him from detention.