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Nothing more than memories…
Memories invoke feelings and the song written by Morris Albert back in the 1970’s was as mushy as you could get. We couldn’t really find anyone that really liked this song other than it’s enjoyable to sing off key to. Feelings hit number 6 on the top 100 cart. The reason: we assume it was a fun song to vandalize with your voice.
Otis Redding wrote Sittin on the dock of the bay back in 1967. Just two days after the recording session for that song, he boarded a plane that crashed in a Lake near Madison Wisconsin. Otis perished in the crash. The song soared to number one becoming the first number one song posthumous in the United States.
Riding the Gravy Train
The Christmas song originally subtitled, “Merry Christmas to You” is a classic Christmas song written in 1945 by Bob Wells and Mel Tormé. Follow the link on the title to hear Nat King Cole sing about Reindeer flying. “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire” Chestnuts roasting on an open fire Jack Frost nipping at your nose Yuletide carols… Continue reading Do Reindeer Really Know How To Fly
It’s that time of year! Anticipation is making me wait! Follow the link to see the Heinz ketchup commercial. It brings back memories from times when we were youngins’ sneaking glances at the Christmas presents under the tree, unwrapping and rewrapping so no one would ever know. Shhh, it’s a secret!
“I’d rather be in control of my destiny than to become the victim of it.” Russell Paul Mann
Deep in the African jungle, a safari was camped for the night. In the darkness, distant drums began a relentless throbbing that continued until dawn. The safari members were disturbed, but the guide reassured them: “Drums good. When drums stop, very bad.” Every night the drumming continued, and every night the guide reiterated, “Drums good.… Continue reading When Drums Stop, Very Bad!