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Sunday, May 27, 2012

On The 27th Day Of The Fifth Month Of 1965

The person who thinks that this particular remake of a Don Henley song resonates so strongly that it became one third of the triad that continuously inspires his writing:



And who thinks that this song created by Monty Python respresents the best sing-a-long song of all time:




And who thinks that this particular song from the 80's geezer rock band Styx forewarned the crap that America is going through today:


And who thinks that this song by Huey Lewis and the News is the best song about being gainfully employed out there today:


And who can finally say with authority to all of those naysayers who said that he was a hack and couldn't write:


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Is out with his family celebrating his 47th year of existence on the Big Blue Marble. Hope your Memorial Day weekend is turning out to be exactly what you want it to be.

11 comments:

  1. Great playlist! I love Boys of Summer. There's something about that song. There's so much longing in it.

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  2. Happy Birthday... remember Tuesday you'll be back WORKING FOR A LIVING!!

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  3. My wife would agree on the Lumberjack song.

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  4. S.R.: Thanks.

    Yeah, that version is soooo much better than the original. It simply drips with heartache and longing.

    Debra: Gracias. :D

    Bearman: I have so much work waiting for me on Tuesday that I'll probably keep my e-mail closed until the very late afternoon.

    Charles: It is a fun song, isn't it? :D

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  5. Hope you had a great birthday and Memorial weekend!

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  6. Dan: Except for a run in with the State Police, it was a very enjoyable birthday and a relaxing weekend as well.

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  7. Run in with the state police? Oh my - did you get a ticket?

    Hope you had a lovely birthday!

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  8. Lynn: Thankee.

    No, no ticket, just simply trying to help defend my mother from an unreasonable line of questioning put forth by an overzealous state trooper.

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