not a problem, marye.
I was away, too.
as this board has grown and grown (my eyes groan) I really do not have time to search around, so I was just wondering. I kind of wanted all of those songs in one place.
yeah, I was always the dude who INSISTED that each tape be returned to it's proper case, and that the songs be listed properly. you get my drift. ( -:
it was there, the 'goffin' space before April; and I had even posted there before that, too. just spaced on it's (goofin space's) existence.
that your original request was on April 16, when I headed out of town for a conference, so it kind of went in one side of my brain and out the other... Sorry for the lack of response!
OK, I'll put them there.
Goofin' With the Lyrics, I think. If not, speak up.
did we ever get the song parody topic? couldn'T find it if it is here, and I got anew one in mind that I was working out as I lay me down to sleep last night...
'singing why oh why oh why oh why, why?
why do you yank my chain?'
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone, you will still exist, but you have ceased to live.
hows about a 'song parody' section??
it is a little different from the poet's corner, I think; and lots of fun. I've done a few song parodies, and Ami just did a grate one. it would be cool to see them all in one place, and then, hopefully encourage others to let their inspiration flow. just an idear.
Any chance we can start a topic about uncle johns band a band here in tampa, fl. Just want to see if there are any people in here from Tampa who go to Skippers Smoke House for the Thursday night shows.
thats the oldest way tribes communicate together.at night with a great fire burnin,they sit around in a circle and the elders pass their experience to the young warriors,who then tell their own stories because they are young and strong and its on their shoulders to defend the tribe.every indigenous people do it like this.american indians,beduins.nomads in mongolia etc....thats the way the torch gets passed from one gen.to the other...yeah and the aboriginees sit around in a circle too..tellin stories about the dreamtime:-)(-:
you guys talked me into it...