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Bree Sharp
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For those of you that have not heard of Bree Sharp,she sings a song called
"David Duchovny"
She has a very beautiful voice and her whole cd is awesome.
Here is some info on the girl herself and the words to the song that all X-Philes know by heart.




A Cheap And Evil Girl, the galvanizing debut from 23-year-old,
            singer-songwriter BREE SHARP, is a smart, fearless mix of folk,
            rock and pop.

            The premiere single "David Duchovny" is an ode to the famed
            X-Files star, on whom BREE has long nourished a crush. The
            song (with its hook-filled and already infamous tag line, 'David
            Duchovny/Why won't you love me?') earned her attention even
            before its release as a single. The demo of BREE’s song made
            its way to David Duchovny. BREE recounts, "When they told me
            that he liked it, I didn't believe it. When I found out it was for real, I
            think I must have laughed for five minutes straight, I was so
            excited."

            Assistants to Executive Producer Chris Carter from The X-Files
            (Chuck Forsch) and Millennium (Will Shivers) created an
            in-house video for the shows’ Christmas party. It featured
            superstars like George Clooney, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie
            O’Donnell, Gary Shandling, Brad Pitt, Charles Nelson Reilly,
            KISS, Janeane Garofalo, Gillian Anderson and Pamela
            Anderson (to name just a few) lip-synching to the song. The
            video, an underground Hollywood sensation, landed Bree
            favorable press in Rolling Stone and Ray Gun.

            BREE has long been influenced by singer-songwriters ranging
            from Elvis Costello to Bob Dylan and Patti Smith to Patty Griffin,
            and is interested in songs that are clever and atmospheric.
            Comparable wit, wisdom and nerve can be found in every track
            on A Cheap and Evil Girl.

            "I started playing guitar when I was fifteen," says BREE. "I would
            hang out and play music with friends in high school, and I
            remember them saying things like, 'You've got a really good
            voice’, but mostly I didn’t pay attention to it." After much prodding
            from her friends in college, BREE recorded demos that quickly
            led to her deal with Trauma.

            Born in Philadelphia, BREE grew up wanting to be an actor. She
            moved to New York to attend NYU to study at a theatre company
            run by acclaimed playwright David Mamet. It was in New York
            that she ran headlong into her true calling.

            Songs like the sultry, Russ Meyer-inspired "Faster, Faster"
            ("Faster, faster I’m a trashy motorcycle beauty/The road is all
            I’ve ever known/Faster faster, I'm the star in this disaster
            movie/And in the end I ride alone") showcase her flair for both
            lyricism and drama. "In writing my songs, I get to put on different
            masks and outfits and be another person," says BREE.

            "A lot of the songs come from who I am, but some come from the
            blurring edges between fantasy and reality. I'd love to ride a bike
            in the desert, seduce men and steal their money, like I sing
            about in 'Faster, Faster’; my songs let me do all of these
            scandalous and dirty things that I might not do in real life. Music
            is a great venue for expression as an outlet or an escape."

            The ironic and pointed "America" ("I embrace your legacy-the
            models and the apathy/I know the late night network
            commonwealth is there to help me help myself") further
            addresses our media-driven culture.

            "’The Cheap and Evil Girl’ is definitely one of my fantasies," says
            BREE. "The title was inspired by pulp fiction post cards I found
            in a novelty store," she reveals.

            The dramatic copy from those books are appealing to me. I'd
            love to be that cheap and evil girl, with all the sex and danger
            that goes with it."

            That's not to say that the album doesn't have its share of
            soul-baringly intimate songs. Searingly honest tracks like "Walk
            Away" and "Smitten" ("Good intentions, true regret/Can not
            eclipse love's desperation") are achingly true to life.

            "Those are very real songs, and they're very personal. 'David
            Duchovny' is personal too, but there are other layers to it. It is
            about David Duchovny specifically, but in a larger in sense, it’s
            also about pop stars in general and our desires to meet them,
            know them and be them.

            "I’m writing three-minute pop songs," explains BREE. "But I want
            to do something that makes you think – that’s not ladled into your
            mouth. That’s what I like about The X-Files…you have to figure it
            out for yourself and it always leaves you wanting more."



Bree Sharp
"David Duchovny"


                           

It's Sunday night; I am curled up in my room
The T.V. light fills my heart like a balloon
I hold it in as best I can
I know I'm just another fan
But I can't help feeling I could love this secret agent man
And I can't...

Wait any more for him to discover me
I got it bad for David Duchovny
David Duchovny, why won't you love me?
Why won't you love me?
Why won't you love me?

My friends all tell me,
"Girl, you know it's just a show,"
But deep within his eyes
I see me wrapped up like a bow
Watching the sky for a sign
The FBI is on my mind
I'm waiting for the day
When my lucky stars align
In the form of...

David Duchovny floating above me
In the alien light of the spaceship of love, I need
David Duchovny hovering above me
American Heathcliff, brooding and comely
David Duchovny, why won't you love me?
Why won't you love me?
Why won't you love me?

So smooth and so smart
He's abducted my heart
And I'm falling apart
From the looks I receive
From those eyes I can't leave
And you may say I'm naive
But he told me to believe...

Ooooooooo....

My bags are packed, I am ready for my flight
Want to put an end to my daydream days and sleepless nights
Sitting like a mindless clone
Wishing he would tap my phone
Just to hear the breath of the man, the myth, the monotone
And I would say...

David Duchovny, why won't you love me?
Why won't you love me? Why won't you love me?
David Duchovny, why won't you love me?
Why won't you love me? Why won't you love me?
David Duchovny I want you to love me
To kiss and to hug me, debrief and debug me
David Duchovny I know you could love me
I'm sweet and I'm cuddly - I'm gonna kill Scully!
David Duchovny, why won't you love me?
Why won't you love me? Why won't you love me?

Yeah...

I'll be waiting...
In Nevada...



****YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR DAVID DUCHOVNY HERE:****

http://xfiles.stylicious.com/cgi-bin/multimedia.cgi?video_breesharpdd3.zip





Description of the music video for
"David Duchovny"


**** Opening shot...down a lit hallway (ala Memento Mori) into a living room,
girl sitting on a couch watching XF

It's Sunday night; I am curled up in my room

**** Shot of another girl watching

The tv light fills my heart like a balloon

**** Shot of another girl walking down a hallway, looking up wistfully -

I hold it in as best I can;

**** Shot of another girl walking through a living room

I know I'm just another fan,

**** Split shot of all of the above people -

But I can't help feeling I could love this secret agent man.

**** Shot of elderly woman on the street

And I can't wait any more for

**** Shot of a woman standing on a corner (er, kinda looks like a woman who
would stand on a street corner, if you get my drift)

Him to discover me,

**** Three girls on an escalator

I got it bad for

**** Shot of a guy in leathers, leather cap, sunnies, moustache (kinda looks
like, er, one of those who would frequent the Blue Oyster Bar, for anyone who
saw the Police Academy movies <g>)

David Duchovny

**** Two guys sword-fighting at Medieval Times

David Duchovny, why won't you love me,

**** A motorcycle cop, then shot of DD diving into a pool, from underwater
(from Playing God)

why won't you love me, why won't you love me?

**** Two guys dressed as women. One playing with Ken and Barbie versions of
Mulder and Scully, the other singing to him/her. (Note: he/she makes
Ken!Mulder knock Scully out <g>)

My friends all tell me, "Girl you know it's just a show,"

**** Shot of DD, close up of his eyes (from TRATB), from XF, and also from
Twin Peaks as Denise

but deep within his eyes

**** Guy/girl with Ken!Mulder held to his/her chest

I see me wrapped up like a bow,

*** Shot from The Red And The Black, the group on the bridge watching the
lights overhead

Watching the sky for a sign,

**** Shot of Mulder's badge from the opening sequence

the FBI's on my mind,

**** Shot of an elderly woman in a chair (not miming the song) from XF

I'm waiting for the day

**** Shot of a large group of teenaged girls sitting together, pointing up to the
sky

when my lucky stars align

**** Shot of DD, as he appeared to Scully in the 'I've come back to be with
you' sequence from Anasazi, then of him getting out of the pool in his red
speedo, with Nick Lea as Krycek nearby

In the form of

**** Guy and girl outside a movie theatre, DD's name up in lights

David Duchovny, floating above me,

**** Shot from Blessing Way, at the mine when Mulder sees the ship fly
overhead

in the alien light of the spaceship of love, oh,

**** Girl on bed, looking up at the ceiling, a poster of DD on it (Playing God
poster)

David Duchovny, hovering above me,

**** Shot of DD from Humbug, looking Mr GQ (end of ep, foot on the step of
the trailer, hands on hips)

American Heathcliff,

**** Shots from Red Shoe Diaries (maybe..not sure, but naked chest!!) and
The Rapture

brooding and comely,

**** Shot of Frank Spotnitz and John Shiban,

David Duchovny

**** then Vince Giligan, smiling, appears between and from behind/below them

why won't you love me,

**** Shot of William B. Davis, in character as CSM - smoking -

why won't you love me,

**** Shot of the crew (?) looking up to an overhead camera yelling

why won't you love me?

**** Shot of Rob Bowman and Kim Manners holding hands and skipping (yes,
SKIPPING!!!) towards the camera

So smooth and so smart, he's abducted my heart,

**** Dan Sackheim (I think!) walking along, talking into a cell phone
(note from Rebecca: it looks like Anthony Edwards to me)

and I'm falling apart

**** Shot of DD from movie when he enters the bee dome with Scully (Sorry,
can't make out the words here, but they were missed when the words were
posted) I think the words are:

Cuz his cool is disclosed

**** Mitch Pileggi, singing very sexily I might add <g> lifting his eyebrows

From his ten little toes

**** Shot of DD, close up and undressing, from Dreamland

right up to his

**** Bruce Harwood in the Lone Gunmen's Lair

jagged

**** Dean Haglund

Jewish

**** Tom Braidwood

nose

**** Nic Lea air-drumming (and looking so damn fine!!) before somebody
tackles him****

From those eyes I can't leave.

**** Chris Owens, singing into a phone held the wrong way up

And you can say I'm naive,

**** GA at the door of her trailer, pulling it closed as her line
finishes

But he told me to believe

**** Shots of CC at his laptop, doing the ooo's and waggling his butt

Ooo Ooo Ooo Ooo
Ooo Ooo Ooo Ooo
Ooo Ooo Ooo Ooo

**** Shot of DD in the 'headboard' scene from Kalifornia
(nice naked butt profile!)

Ooo Ooo Ooo Ooo

**** Girl packing a bag

My bags are packed,

**** Another girl packing a framed pic of DD into a bag

I am ready for my flight,

**** Another girl with a bag over her shoulder, walking across a room

Gonna put an end to

**** Another girl sitting staring out a window

my daydream days and sleepless nights,

****Janeane Garafalo cigarette hanging loosely out of her mouth

Sitting like a mindless clone,

**** Charles Nelson Reilly in a phone booth!

wishing he would tap my phone,

**** Two Baywatch girls

Just to hear the breath of

**** Janeane Garafalo with big screen pic of DD in the
background

the man, the myth, the monotone...

**** Jerry O'Connell riding a push bike

And I would say

**** Alex Trebek, a bank of TV screens behind him with DD's
name on each one.

David Duchovny,

**** Jane Leeves, Peri Gilpin, and Eddie the dog from
"Frasier"

why won't you love me,

**** Erik Estrada on a motorbike in leather jacket

why won't you love me,

**** Hector Elizondo in character from "Chicago Hope" with a sign that says
"ER sucks"

why won't you love me?

**** Kevin Nealon

David Duchovny,

**** Calista Flockhart holding a stuffed animal

why won't you love me,

**** Whoopie Goldberg and Rosie O'Donnell

why won't you love me,

**** Melissa Etheridge, with guitar

why won't you love me?

**** Jenna Elfman, sitting on a bed

David Duchovny, I want you to love me,

**** Gary Shandling in a spa (topless), stands up and holds his arms out

to kiss and to hug me,

**** Dennis Franz, in character for NYPD Blue

debrief and debug me,

**** Brad Pitt, leaning against a wall

David Duchovny, I know you could love me,

**** David Spade

I'm sweet and I'm cuddly,

**** Sarah Michelle Gellar, wielding a knife 'pyscho' style

I'm gonna kill Scully!

**** George Clooney (?) in blond wig

David Duchovny,

**** Pamela Anderson and some other actress

why won't you love me,

**** The members of KISS, in costume

why won't you love me,

**** Three women (don't know if they are tv-film-music
connected) crawling on a floor towards the camera

why won't you love meeeeeee?

**** Shot of DD relaxing in a recliner chair, eyes closed, smile on his face,
apparently dreaming

Yeah.......

THEN....

Mark (Assistant Director on XF) appears through the trailer,
waking him up saying...

"Yo! Duchovny! What, are you deaf? You're wanted on set!
NOW!"

DD gets up, sleepily, walks out of the trailer, Mark following and shaking his head,
then looks back at the camera. Still shot on his goofy, smiling face as Bree Sharp
sings...

"I'll be waiting..."

AND THEN!!!!!

Jerry Springer, sitting on a chair, about to deliver one of his deep and meaningful
monologues.

"From birth, all we ever truly want is for people to love us. Whether we're black
or white, business men or crack-whores, or satanic lesbians or self-mutilating
homophobes, Barbra Streisand or Gary Coleman, it's what makes the world go
'round. So if you're out there David Duchovny....why won't you love me? Why?"

THE END



A Cheap And Evil Girl, the galvanizing debut
               from 23-year-old, singer-songwriter BREE
               SHARP, is a smart, fearless mix of folk, rock
               and pop.

               BREE has long been influenced by
               singer-songwriters ranging from Elvis Costello
               to Bob Dylan and Patti Smith to Patty Griffin,
               and is interested in songs that are clever
               and atmospheric. Comparable wit, wisdom
               and nerve can be found in every track on A
               Cheap and Evil Girl.



              "I started playing guitar when I was fifteen," says BREE. "I would hang
              out and play music with friends in high school, and I remember them
              saying things like, 'You've got a really good voice’, but mostly I didn’t pay
              attention to it." After much prodding from her friends in college, BREE
              recorded demos that quickly led to her deal with Trauma.

              Born in Philadelphia, BREE grew up wanting to be an actor. She moved to
              New York to attend NYU to study at a theatre company run by acclaimed
              playwright David Mamet. It was in New York that she ran headlong into
              her true calling.

              Songs like the sultry, Russ Meyer-inspired "Faster, Faster" ("Faster,
              faster I’m a trashy motorcycle beauty/The road is all I’ve ever
              known/Faster faster, I'm the star in this disaster movie/And in the end I
              ride alone") showcase her flair for both lyricism and drama. "In writing my
              songs, I get to put on different masks and outfits and be another
              person," says BREE. "

              A lot of the songs come from who I am, but some come from the blurring
              edges between fantasy and reality. I'd love to ride a bike in the desert,
              seduce men and steal their money, like I sing about in 'Faster, Faster’;
              my songs let me do all of these scandalous and dirty things that I might
              not do in real life. Music is a great venue for expression as an outlet or
              an escape."

              The ironic and pointed "America" ("I embrace your legacy-the models and
              the apathy/I know the late night network commonwealth is there to help
              me help myself") further addresses our media-driven culture.

              "’The Cheap and Evil Girl’ is definitely one of my fantasies," says BREE.
              "The title was inspired by pulp fiction post cards I found in a novelty
              store," she reveals.

              The dramatic copy from those books are appealing to me. I'd love to be
              that cheap and evil girl, with all the sex and danger that goes with it."
              That's not to say that the album doesn't have its share of soul-baringly
              intimate songs. Searingly honest tracks like "Walk Away" and "Smitten"
              ("Good intentions, true regret/Can not eclipse love's desperation") are
              achingly true to life.

              "Those are very real songs, and they're very personal. 'David Duchovny'
              is personal too, but there are other layers to it. It is about David
              Duchovny specifically, but in a larger in sense, it’s also about pop stars in
              general and our desires to meet them, know them and be them.

              "I’m writing three-minute pop songs," explains BREE. "But I want to do
              something that makes you think that’s not ladled into your mouth. That’s
              what I like about The X-Files you have to figure it out for yourself and it
              always leaves you wanting more."


Buy Bree Sharp's "A Cheap and Evil Girl" now!




OTHER BREE SHARP ARTICLES
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

CNN (July 27th, 1999)

              "Bree Sharp owes her fame to a secret agent man"

              (CNN) -- "Some guys get into music to meet chicks," says Bree Sharp. "I
              have to say that at the most basic level, I got into the business to meet
              David Duchovny."

              The 23-year-old singer isn't kidding.

              Sharp, a bubbly former actress from New York University, penned an ode
              to Duchovny. He plays FBI agent Fox Mulder on FOX's hit "The X-Files,"
              now approaching its seventh season. The song helped Sharp land a
              record deal.

              Of course, there's a fine line between hero worship and obsession,
              between sending a few reverential fan letters and ending up being
              branded a stalker and facing your idol in a courtroom. Sharp hastens to
              say she belongs to the first classification.

              "I had a crush on him during my college years," she says, "but I didn't
              want to write the song because I had the feeling that someday I'd meet
              him and didn't want to come across as a crazy fan songwriter girl.

              "But as the song's co-writer (Simon Austin) said, 'You create your own
              reality.' So I wrote the song, it got to him (Duchovny), he liked, I got a
              record deal and it couldn't have worked out better. But I never planned
              it."

              How could Duchovny resist lyrics like these? "David Duchovny / why
              won't you love me/ David Duchovny / floating above me, in the alien light
              of the spaceship of love / So smooth, so smart / He's abducted my heart
              ... ."

              "I think it's a really good song," Duchovny told Entertainment Weekly. "I
              found myself playing it in my car now and then."

              Video launched the radio star

              Chuck Forsch, an assistant to "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter, worked
              with Will Shivers, an assistant on Carter's "Millennium," to use "David
              Duchovny" as the soundtrack for an "X-Files" Christmas party in-house
              video. Whoopi Goldberg, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Duchovny co-star
              Gillian Anderson and others were seen lip-syncing to the song. The video
              became an underground hit.

              "The 'X-Files' video was one of the greatest thrills of my life," Sharp
              says. "I was beaming when I saw it -- it was just astounding and threw
              me for a loop, because it was so random and bizarre and funny. It was
              just pop culture in action."

              The video won't be released to the public, since all the celebrities would
              have to give their consent. Instead, Sharp has finished shooting a
              separate, solo video for the song. Her debut album, "A Cheap & Evil Girl,"
              is out Tuesday -- a blend of folk, pop and rock. Naturally, it includes the
              Duchovny song, the album's first single.

              Does Sharp have any qualms about being remembered as just the "David
              Duchovny" novelty act?

              "It was a concern at first," she says, "but the whole point was to make a
              record I'm proud of and that has depth. People are already responding to
              other songs on the record. I'm trying to make a career. Yes, I got into it
              to meet Duchovny, and now that that's probably going to happen I'm
              going to go for the career."

              Career opportunities

              That career was supposed to land Sharp on the big screen, not in a
              recording studio. The Philadelphia native says she'd studied acting for
              years, especially after she moved to New York at 17 and attended NYU.
              But she also played guitar, and the more she got into music, the more
              friends encouraged her to play. Her main influences were Bob Dylan and
              Elvis Costello. She wanted to keep playing. So she did.

              "I got good feedback from acting and equal feedback from the music,"
              Sharp says, "but the music just happened quicker. I made demos and got
              attention from labels and the road opened up for me to take that path. I
              started to get an acting agent but it was more slow going. The stars
              were aligned for me musically and everything fell into place."

              Vocally, Sharp bears a resemblance to Natalie Merchant. She defines
              erself strictly as a rock singer.

              The first song Sharp recorded was "Walk Away." She sent it out as a
              demo and it got some attention, prompting Sharp to record a four-song
              demo, which featured the Duchovny song. She ended up signing with
              Trauma Records (the label that handles British grunge group Bush)
              because "They care about me and we like each other and I don't get lost
              in any shuffle."

              Now, "A Cheap & Evil Girl" is Sharp's calling card, her way of proving that
              lyrically and vocally she can do more than just pine away for the
              dark-haired "X-Files" star. "David Duchovny" was released first, says
              Sharp, because it's the most accessible song on the album.

              "This is a pop song about a pop star," she says. "I tried to give it clever
              twists and turns so it's evident to a listener that it's really a song. But
              the rest of the album is just as thoughtful, just as pored-over. It's meant
              to be fun and hot and sexy."

              Celebrity skin

              Sharp says that on its own, "David Duchovny" is more than a lyrical ode
              to a TV hunk. On a less obvious level, she says, the song is also a
              critique of America's obsession with celebrity.

              "We pay too much attention to stars," Sharp says. "They're crammed
              down our throats, and they're the royalty in our culture. This is a song
              about a big old crush but it's also layered with commentary about our
              obsessions with celebrity and the blurring of fantasy and reality."

              Some might see it as ironic that a singer who won a recording deal
              mostly on the basis of her fondness for a TV star now turns around and
              criticizes her country's appetite for celebrity. But at heart, says Sharp,
              she's still just a fan.

              "I meant him no harm," she says. "I had no idea it would get the
              response it did."

              What does she want next? To meet Duchovny in person.

              "I want to meet him on television, since that's so appropriate," she says.
              "It would be neat for an unknown person to be seen meeting her fantasy
              on TV. It would be a great TV moment."



              Entertainent Weekly (July 16th, 1999)

              "Bree Cheese"

              'David Dychovny, why don't you love me?' asks Bree Sharp on her new
              single, dedicated to, and named after, the 'brooding and comely' X-Files
              star. "I think it's a really good song," says an embarrassed David
              Duchovny, who recieved a demo of the song last year. "I found myself
              playing it in my car now and then." Or at least often enough to catch the
              attention of the X-Files staffer Charles Forsche and Will Shivers, who
              work at Fox. They enlisted the services of an impressive array of celebs
              (including Calista Flockhart, Brad Pitt, Whoopi Goldberg, and Willian B.
              Davis, AKA X-Files' Cancer Man) to lip-synch lines for a gag video, which
              was screened at last year's X-Files Xmas party. The clip, alas, will never
              air publicly. It has, however, created a buzz around Sharp's debut album,
              A Cheap and Evil Girl, due July 27. "The song's gotten attention we never
              expected," says the New-York based Sharp, who'll soon shoot the song's
              official video (Duchovny's role in this is still uncear ). "Everybody's happy,
              happy, happy." What could make her happier? Appearing in an X-Files
              episode. "I'll do whatever they want me to do- dress as an alien, wear
              and FBI suit. Whatever. I just want to meet David."



              TV Guide Article (July 10-16, 1999)

              Attention, members of the David Duchovny Estrogen Brigade: You are
              not the only ones lusting after the hunky X-Files star. Singer Bree Sharp
              has gone so far as to pen a musical valentine simply titled "David
              Duchovny" to the man who plays Fox Mulder. With the infectious single
              from Sharp’s debut CD, A Cheap and Evil Girl (out July 27), already
              receiving radio airplay, her once-private crush is no longer a secret. "I’m
              not the kind to fall easily for TV stars," says the single, New York based
              Sharp.

              "But he’s got it going on." Witness such lyrics as "So smug and so
              smart/He’s abducted my heart" and a chorus that finds her repeating,
              "David Duchovny, why won’t you love me?" The song arrested the
              attention of Duchovny and Hollywood when a copy of the humorous ditty
              reached the offices of The X-Files earlier this year, and members of the
              staff made a video featuring Duchovny (above), plus lip-synching cameos
              by Rosie O’Donnell, Brad Pitt and Kiss. (The chances of the video airing
              on TV are slim; the celebrities involved would have to consent, and they
              participated as a lark.) Now Sharp plans to film the "official" video,
              without the man of honor. "I haven’t met him," she says. "But it seems
              like the inevitable end to all of this." - Stef McDonald



              Music.Com (June 28th)

              Listen to Real Audio Clip

              Bree Sharp was just in college when she got bitten by the David
              Duchovny bug. The curvaceous singer songwriter was watching the
              X-Files at NYU and grew to have a big crush on the actor. She then
              wrote the song "David Duchovny" as a way of dealing with her feelings. "I
              just was like… started to realize that the kind of character he was
              playing is really attractive and just found him very attractive and started
              to pick up magazines that may have him in it and learned a little bit more
              about him. And (I) realized that a lot of what he was portraying was
              maybe true to life – that he’s an intellectual and he’s very witty. So I
              was hooked, roped and then hooked."

              If her album Cheap And Evil Girl is any indication of her attitude, maybe
              Duchovny will have a change of heart. Duchovny recently says that he’s
              honored but he’s apparently very happy with his wife Tea Leoni. He told
              a Chicago radio station. "I think it´s great. It´s a little embarrassing. I
              never expected it to be such a big deal." When asked if his wife Tea was
              jealous of Bree, he responded that Tea wishes she wrote it!



              About.Com/MiningCo (June 28th)

              Now that The X-Files' first-run season extends only from November to
              May, that leaves a lot of time for X-Philes to fill. Sure, there are the
              repeats, both on FOX and FX, but that's not quite enough. Last year, we
              had The X-Files Movie to stimulate discussion through most of the
              off-season, but not so this year.

              This summer was off to a slow start following the sixth season finale.
              There was almost no buzz about anything X-Files-related. In the last few
              weeks, though, singer Bree Sharp's song about The X-Files' main lead,
              titled "David Duchovny" is becoming more and more of a cause celebre
              among fans.

              According to RayGun, Bree is an X-Files fan who wrote and recorded the
              song, which includes the now infamous tag line "David Duchovny, Why
              Won't You Love Me?" last year. She then sent a demo tape via an
              intermediary to David, who passed it on to the show's production staff.
              After listening to it, Will Shivers and Charles Forsch, production
              assistants for Chris Carter's 1013 Productions, shot an in-house video
              which included clips from The X-Files, lip-synching by various cast and
              crew members, and (this was true greatness at work) a large number of
              cameos.

              The video, which was completed in advance of and shown at last year's
              holiday parties, includes appearances by the following celebrities: George
              Clooney, Jenna Elfman, Erik Estrada, Melissa Etheridge, Calista Flockhart,
              Dennis Franz, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Janeane Garofalo, Whoopi Goldberg,
              KISS, Rosie O'Donnell, Brad Pitt, Charles Nelson Reilly, Garry Shandling,
              David Spade, Jerry Springer, Alex Trebek, and many more.

              Though not meant for public consumption, the video became a sensation
              in Southern California. The ensuing publicity helped Sharp obtain a
              recording contract with Trauma Records. The very catchy tune, now
              getting airplay around the country (call up your favorite pop station to
              request it!) will be included on Sharp's debut album, A Cheap and Evil
              Girl, scheduled for release in late July.

              An official video is planned for release in July, but it will not be the same
              one that is causing so much buzz. And this is a source of great
              disappointment to the legions of David fans and X-Philes who haven't had
              the opportunity to see the underground version. In that way, the video
              is similar to the X-Files blooper tapes, which are in high demand, but not
              available to the public.



              Rolling Stone

              Singer-songwriter Bree sharp turned a fan obsession with David
              Duchovny into a record deal with her witty ode to Fox's fox ("David
              Duchovny, I want you to love me/ To Kiss and to hug me, debrief and
              debug me.") "The song is about David, but it's also about the way
              fantasy and reality can blur," Sharp says. "And how giddy, hot and
              excellent that can be." "David Duchovny" not only caught the ear of
              Trauma Records, but a tape made its way to Duchovny, who put it into
              heavy rotation in his trailer. "David kept on playing it," says Charles
              Forsch, assistant to X-Files creator Chris Carter. Along with another
              X-Files assistant, Will Shivers, Forsch created a video for the song,
              Splicing clips of Duchovny (who is currently celebrating the birth of his
              baby daughter) with on-the-fly footage of celebs like Brad Pitt, Pamela
              Anderson and George Clooney lip-syncing the lyrics. "Most of the
              celebrities don't have any relationship with David," Forsch says. "But
              once they heard the song they were into it." The single will be on the
              radio in June, but don't wait for the video - it's headed for an undisclosed
              government facility due east of Roswell, New Mexico.





RAY GUN Article
                           (A songwriter's tribute becomes an X-Files
                                  behind the scenes video)

              You may have heard the latest celebrity tribute song "David Duchovny"
              on the radio, but you probably dont know the amazing path it took to get
              there.

              After New York-based "X-Files" devotee and songwriter Bree Sharp sent
              the show a demo tape of her sugary ode "David Duchovny". Will Shivers -
              a writer's assistant on Chris Carter's "Millenium" - decided to shoot an
              accompanying video incorporating "X-Files" clips and starring cast and
              crew members. The real kick however, is the video's stunning assembly
              of celebrity cameos.

              The astounding array of personalities caught lip-synching along to the
              song ("David Duchovny, Why dont you love me?" the infectious chorus
              begs) include: Brad Pitt, Jenna Eifman, Charles Nelson Reilly, Garry
              Shandling, Dennis Franz, Erik Estrada, David Spade, Sarah Michelle Gellar,
              Calista Flockhart, KISS, Janeane Garofalo, Alex Trebek, Whoopi Goldberg,
              Rosie O'Donneil, George Clooney, Melissa Etheridge, the Vivid Girls, cast
              members of Batwatch and Medieval Times and many more, Jerry Springer
              provides a hillarious deadpan epilogue.

              Shivers and his collaborator, Carter's assistant Charles Forsch planned to
              show the video last year at their office holiday party. Now Shiver notes,
              the tape is "getting some attention in the underground".

              Since the video, Sharp has been signed by Trauma Records, who will
              release her debut disc "A Cheap and Evil Girl" in July. Sharp hasn't met
              Duchovny yet, but it seems anything could happen. The video, she notes
              "sort of confirms the random, bizarre nature of life, the business and
              Hollywood" - Mark Woodief






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