This funky song is off the album Fear of Pop, a Ben Folds side project. It contains piano (with a very stringy sound), a few violins, and some random William Shatner dialogue. This song is in a fairly slow four-four time and uses one instrumental theme throughout. It begins with a faded in piano part that sounds like mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-fa-sol with a sort of chop sticks sort of sound, probably major third harmonies. In about the fifth measure one violin comes in, plucking, sol-do-mi-do-sol-do-mi-do. In the seventh measure a lower stringed instrument comes in, possibly a bass violin, playing two or three notes at a time, sometimes sol-do and sometimes other notes. In the same measure Shatner begins his dialogue, “I could have, I might have.” The same accompaniment continues to repeat itself for all of the song. About half way through another violin part is added with slow stokes and then a little ornamental sounding thing up higher. The song is very odd because it has a sort of Asian, movie soundtrack-ish sound. They are some very dissonant notes but they do not sound bad to the ears, only eerie. The song also fades out which is understandable since it fades in at the beginning.
I like this song and how each part comes in at a certain time. It might not be too hard to reproduce a cool sounding piano version of this song.