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Qtec
09-21-2011, 12:20 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">When I was a child
I caught a fleeting glimpse
Out of the corner of my eye
I turned to look but it was gone
I cannot put my finger on it now
The child is grown,
The dream is gone.
I have become comfortably numb.
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Agree or not, THIS (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQWszrZHBPI) is amazing.

JMO



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nAz
09-21-2011, 02:00 PM
Good song, i was feeling like that last night after a couple of shots of Johnny black and a 20mg oxy. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/whistle.gif

Gayle in MD
09-22-2011, 09:53 AM
Here's my warning about the Tea Party....Some things never change....Like the Republican Party...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5M_Ttstbgs

And here are their enemies....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yp8KKMTAKWw&feature=related

cushioncrawler
09-22-2011, 06:11 PM
http://youtu.be/izQB2-Kmiic
In the year 2525.

http://youtu.be/yIDLdgeP9Bw
Tar and cement.

http://youtu.be/KV_0Mf9YcyA
Solid rock.

http://youtu.be/n7TXBuVUQJw
I woz only 19.

cushioncrawler
09-22-2011, 06:27 PM
http://youtu.be/ejorQVy3m8E
Beds are burning.

cushioncrawler
09-22-2011, 06:50 PM
http://youtu.be/gNkSMC4a0qE
Shut the Door (They're Coming Through the Window) (1929)

cushioncrawler
09-22-2011, 07:07 PM
Haz anyone got this record or know where kan be found -- mumndad had the record but now lost.
Anyone know the history.
mac.


Flying Saucers
Flying Saucers

Our marriage used to be
Like the sweetest harmony.
Everything was peachy at the start.
Like a rocket to the moon,
It was over much too soon.
When she hit me on the head, she broke my heart.

(Sound effect of ceramic saucers smashing to pieces:)
(Smash!) OWW! (Smash!) OOOH! (Smash!) AHAH! (Smash!) OWWW!

CHO: Flying saucers, flying saucers,
Flying from the hands of my wife,
Flying saucers, cups and saucers,
Are breaking up my happy wedding life.

Last night I sure was blissed
When she threw a plate and missed.
I cried, "This is goodbye to our romance."
But she pleaded as she said,
"Though the plate just missed your head,
I'm your wife and I deserve another chance."

(Repeat smashes, groans, and chorus.)

So to science I declare,
For those saucers in the air,
You don't have to look to Jupiter or Mars.
You can solve this mystery.
Find a woman who is free,
Marry her, and you will soon be seeing stars.

Repeat smashes, groans, and chorus

RM July01

cushioncrawler
09-22-2011, 07:46 PM
I just then found "Shut The Gate" by leslie sarony which i havnt heard since 1953. Been looking for a long time.
mac.

http://youtu.be/at5btSLd-KQ

Gayle in MD
09-23-2011, 07:04 AM
Love all those really old songs.

This one, my mom, and her sisters, used to harmonize together when I was little, back when all of the men in the family were away, during the WWII.

When I grew a little older, I would cry every time they sang it, the words were so touching.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKv-xWxZLS0

These guys had a great rendition of it, probably my favorite one..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbddsTsVzbc&NR=1

Gayle in MD
09-23-2011, 07:05 AM
Good one, Q.,

cushioncrawler
09-23-2011, 07:59 AM
http://youtu.be/zi1JZVHVELs
She's too fat for me.

Gayle in MD
09-23-2011, 08:10 AM
LOL, what a memory! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/grin.gif

cushioncrawler
09-23-2011, 05:16 PM
An "Echo" Song
Written By: Unknown
Copyright Unknown
Version 1
The prettiest girl
(The prettiest girl)
I ever saw
(I ever saw)
Was sippin' ci-
(Was sippin' ci-)
Der through a straw
(Der through a straw)

The prettiest girl I ever saw
Was sippin' cider through a straw

I told that gal
(I told that gal)
I didn't see how
(I didn't see how)
She sipped that ci-
(She sipped that ci-)
Der through a straw
(Der through a straw)

I told that gal I didn't see how
She sipped that cider through a straw

Then cheek to cheek
(Then cheek to cheek)
And jaw to jaw
(And jaw to jaw)
We sipped that ci-
(We sipped that ci-)
Der through a straw
(Der through a straw)

Then cheek to cheek and jaw to jaw
We sipped that cider through a straw

And now and then
(And now and then)
That straw would slip
(That straw would slip)
And I'd sip some ci-
(And I'd sip some ci-)
Der from her lip
(Der from her lip)

And now and then that straw would slip
And I'd sip some cider from her lip

And now I've got
(And now I've got)
A mother-in-law
(A mother-in-law)
From sippin' ci-
(From sippin' ci-)
Der through a straw
(Der through a straw)

And now I've got a mother-in-law
From sippin' cider through a straw

The moral of
(The moral of)
This little tale
(This little tale)
Is to sip your soda
(Is to sip your soda)
Through a pail
(Through a pail)

The moral of this little tale
Is to sip your soda through a pail!

Version 2:
The prettiest girl (the prettiest girl)
I ever did saw (I ever did saw)
Was sippin ci... (was sippen ci) -der through a straw
The prettiest girl (the prettiest girl)
I ever did saw (I ever did saw)
(everyone) Was sippin cider through a straw.


I sez to her (I sez to her)
Whatcha doin' that fer (whatcha doin' that fer)
A sippin' ci- (a sippin ci) -der through a straw
I sez to her (I sez to her)
Whatcha doin' that fer (whatcha doin' that fer)
(everyone) A sippin' cider through a straw.

She sez to me (she sez to me)
Why don't you know? (Why don't you know?)
That sippin' ci- (that sippin' ci) -der's on the go.
She sez to me (she sez to me)
Why don't you know? (Why don't you know?)
(everyone) That sippin' cider's on the go.

So cheek to cheek (so cheek to cheek)
and jaw to jaw (and jaw to jaw)
We both sipped ci- (we both sipped ci) -der through a straw.
So cheek to cheek (so cheek to cheek)
and jaw to jaw (and jaw to jaw)
(everyone) We both sipped cider through a straw.

And as we sipped (and as we sipped)
the straw did slip (the straw did slip)
and I sipped ci- (and I sipped ci) -der from her lips.
And as we sipped (and as we sipped)
the straw did slip (the straw did slip)
(everyone)and I sipped cider from her lips.

That's how I got (that's how I got)
My mother-in-law (my mother-in-law)
by sippin' ci- (by sippin' ci)-der through a straw.
That's how I got (that's how I got)
My mother-in-law (my mother-in-law)
(everyone) by sippin' cider through a straw.

Now seventeen kids (now seventeen kids)
All call me "Pa" (All call me "Pa"
as they sip ci- (as they sip ci)-der through a straw.
Now seventeen kids (now seventeen kids)
All call me "Pa" (All call me "Pa"
(everyone) as they sip cider through a straw.

The moral of (the moral of)
This little tale (this little tale)
Is sip your ci- (is sip your ci)-der from a pail.
The moral of (the moral of)
This little tale (this little tale)
(everyone) Is sip your cider from a pail.

Sipping Cider Through a StrawFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Sipping Cider Through a Straw Country United States Language English Genre(s) Fox Trot
Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Company Publication date 1919 OCLC Number 41751848 Sipping Cider Through a Straw is a 1919 song composed by Byron G. Harlan. The tune is identical to "Princess Pat" and "The Other Day I Met a Bear".
Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sipping_Cider_Through_a_Straw"

http://youtu.be/o84dFypK3G8

cushioncrawler
09-23-2011, 05:31 PM
http://youtu.be/G4olHfC0EKA

SIPPIN' SODA (Paul Campbell)
Guy Mitchell & the Norman Luboff Children's Choir - 1953

Sippin' soda, sippin' soda
A-sippin' soda through a straw
Sippin' soda, sippin' soda
A-sippin' soda through a straw

The prettiest girl (The prettiest girl)
I ever saw (I ever saw)
Was sippin' soda (Was sippin' soda)
Through a straw (Just through a straw)
I asked her what she sat there for
Just sippin' soda through a straw

She says to me (She says to me)
Oh, can't you see (Oh, can't you see)
That this is all (That this is all)
That I live for (That I live for)
I must admit that she looked sweet
When sippin' soda through a straw

Sippin' soda, sippin' soda
A-sippin' soda through a straw
Sippin' soda, sippin' soda
A-sippin' soda through a straw

And when she smiled (And when she smiled)
I lost my heart (I lost my heart)
I looked around ( I looked around)
Found another straw (Found another straw)
I wanted one thing more and more
To sip her soda through a straw

I held her hand (I held her hand)
And she held mine (And she held mine)
We sipped and sipped (We sipped and sipped)
And sipped some more (And sipped some more)
This is the end, there is no more
Of sippin' soda through a straw

Oh, sippin' soda, sippin' soda
A-sippin' soda through a straw
Sippin' soda, sippin' soda
A-sippin' soda through a straw
(Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2005)

cushioncrawler
09-23-2011, 05:42 PM
K-K-K-KatyFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search

Cover of the original publication by Leo Faust in New York, 1918.
"K-K-K-Katy" was a popular World War I-era song written by Geoffrey O'Hara in 1917 and published in 1918. The sheet music advertised it as "The Sensational Stammering Song Success Sung by the Soldiers and Sailors," reflecting a time when speech impediments could be poked fun at—albeit gentle fun in this case. The song tells the story of Jimmy, a young soldier "brave and bold," who stuttered when he tried to speak to girls. Finally he managed to talk to Katy, the "maid with hair of gold." The chorus is what he spoke:

K-K-K-Katy, beautiful Katy,
You're the only g-g-g-girl that I adore;
When the m-m-m-moon shines,
Over the c-c-c-cowshed,
I'll be waiting at the k-k-k-kitchen door.
"K-K-K-Katy" was recorded by Billy Murray on March 8, 1918 and released on Victor 18455.

The song was covered by Mel Blanc in his Porky Pig voice (1949), with some vocalists backing him. The song can be heard on the compilation album, "Mel Blanc: The Man of 1000 Voices" (2007).

[edit] References Who Wrote that Song Dick Jacobs & Harriet Jacobs, published by Writer's Digest Books, 1993

http://youtu.be/NdJ6IvjxFcU

http://youtu.be/rgzlLpve8is