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    I've never lost anything I've ever missed
    But I've never been in love like this
    God its out of my hands
    I'm SHAVING cause I don't have the power now
    And I don't want it anyhow
    So I got to let it go
    I'm SHAVING

    that would actually be Garth Brook's song I'm Shameless

    what can I say, I heard what I heard!!


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    House of the Rising Sun - I thought the line -

    It's been the ruin of many a poor boy

    went -

    It's been the ruin of many a porpoise

    Maybe I'd spent too long at Sea World?!

    102 days till Florida!

    106 days till Disney! :mickey:
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    The first line of Bryan Adams' classic "Summer of '69" used to throw me for a loop:

    I got my first real six-string
    Bought it at the Five & Dime

    Meanwhile, in the Land of Jake-Believe.......

    I got my first real *** dream
    But I was five at the time

    (Just in case you were curious, Bryan Adams was nine years old in the summer of '69.)
    "The society that draws too great of a distinction between its scholars and its warriors will end up having its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools." --probably Thucydides

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    In a move that would make Pocahontas and Tiger Lily proud, I used to think there was something distinctly Native American in the song "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" by England Dan and John Ford Coley.

    The lyrics I heard:

    I'm not talking about no Indian
    And I don't want to join your tribe.

    Original Lyrics:

    I'm not talking 'bout moving in
    And I don't want to change your life.
    I do not suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it - Edgar Allan Poe


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    For Jake and Charlie..

    You two made me laugh out loud... silly boys
    April 23rd, oh yeah it's gonna be ON!

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    Thanks, Deb - I'm glad our poor hearing and wild imagination make music fun for you.

    Eddie Vedder was another stumbling block for me. Like his little lunchtime ditty:

    She dreams of butter
    she dreams of bread
    can't find a butter knife


    While the rest of the world heard this:

    She dreams in color
    she dreams in red
    can't find a better man
    I do not suffer from insanity. I enjoy every minute of it - Edgar Allan Poe


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    Momma gonna take my comb and throw it away
    is what i heard but paul simon actually sings
    Momma gonna take my cotacrom(sp?) away
    "L'amour brille sous les étoiles Illuminant leur cœur Sa lumière
    Eclaire à l'infini Un sublime espoir" -so i dont really speak french but would love to would u amour to?

    3 times w/i the celebration
    I'm a millionaire who got to the hot seat



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    Quote Originally Posted by lovedisprinces
    Momma gonna take my comb and throw it away
    is what i heard but paul simon actually sings
    Momma gonna take my cotacrom(sp?) away
    It's Kodachrome. Kodachrome was an early camera/film put out by Kodak .
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    It has been a while with this thread but when I heard my kids today, I had to find this thread.

    "Pest nuts toasting on a boring fire
    Jack frosting on your nose"


    There was more but you get the idea but what do you expect from little guys!


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