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Jason Segel Sings His Phone Number at the Swell Season Last Night

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Here's a little something something for people (like this LAist poster) heading for the Swell Season concert at the Wiltern tonight. Jason Segel (How I Met Your Mother, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) asked for songwriting advice from the band, and Markéta Irglová told him to "write a song from the heart" and "include as much personal information as you can." Here's the result, which he performed at last night's show.

And if you call his number (315-329-6673) to apply for the chance of making love to Mr. Segel, you get voicemail. So leave a message.

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