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January 19, 2022

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January 19, 2022

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January 7, 2022
Deepest condolences to the Frishberg family, many, many friends, and fans. Mr. Dave Frishberg was a pianist and songwriter who composed “I’m Just a Bill” and other songs for “Schoolhouse Rock.” May the love and many, many special memories you shared with your devoted loved one show how much your life was touched by him. May the God of comfort bless your grieving hearts with strength, loving kindness and peace as the world copes with loss the of Mr. Dave Frishberg. May his music and legacy keep his memory alive forever.
December 13, 2021
Dear, Dear Dave, how I miss you. I still do Oklahoma Toad, Van Lingle Mungo. Swan Song, Peel Me A Grape so many more wherever and whatever medium I'm on or in. I treasure all the original copies you gave me. I treasure your brilliant, cynical, ever present look at life's foibles. Such a unique talent! Most of all, I hope you are somewhere at peace. And just to let you know, everyone who is anyone misses you too!
December 5, 2021
I used to watch School House Rock every Saturday morning. It was educational cartoon content that was a joy to watch growing up. Mr. Frishberg was extremely talented and provided cartoons that was enjoyable to watch.
December 1, 2021
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