“We were asked to do a cover song for the show, which was fine - we’d always done some covers. One day, we were listening to John Lennon’s Rock ‘n’ Roll album, and one of the songs on there is Ain’t That A Shame. ‘Hey, if it’s good enough for John Lennon…’
“We did our own version of it, throwing in all the breaks and build-ups. It’s a simple three-chord song, so we made it way harder than it had to be. We kind of made it a cross between the ending of The Beatles’ The End and something from the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.
“The ending is kind of anything goes. For the audience, it’s like, ‘Listen to that! No, wait, listen to that! But wait… listen to that!’ We weren’t trying to top one another. We were just up going, ‘This is cool!’”