Tedious, ungrammatical, unoriginal and tasteless crap from someone old enough to know better.
Promise me that you will watch the previous two postings before you watch this one.
I prefer the second, but that's probably my age.You are naturally funnier, wittier and more entertaining than any number of comedy clips or YouTube videos. And if I could find a html tag for sincere, I'd be using it now.
They said they knew they'd made it when Weird Al covered them.I had the chance to see them live just before they got big, but none of my friends would go to the concert with me. That was when I decided that I needed new friends.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again, they stopped writing music after 'Soul Limbo' by Booker T and the MGs.
Go on, Dave, say it again.
They stopped writing music after 'Soul Limbo' by Booker T and the MGs.
Al definitely did it better.He usually does, though.
It was worth it just to see Dick Van Patten (that's a real name, by the way) and kazoos - two American institutions that, sadly enough, have fallen by the wayside.And I thought music stopped after Booker T and the MG's wrote "Green Onion,' but then I'm a silly bunt . . . .
FFE, over here, of course, Dick Van Patten is an offensive way to decorate motor vehicles.
Wasn't he that cheerful cockney in Mary Poppins?
The choir director in the first post looked to be getting into that way too much. Somebody get that man a girlfriend. Never liked Nirvana even if it gets me hisses from my friends..tone deaf trolls that they are. ;) Have you seen Alanis doing the 'un-plugged version of "My Humps'?
(just sits here and shakes head)
Dave - no that was Hertz Van Rental.Hoosier. It must be awful to be old.Broomhilda. We saw you in the video. At least you were fully clothed in this one.
I should have seen this coming and I totally deserve it...and of course there it tiz! Weird Al. Just as I having been repeating on the previous posts.I agree about Booker T..dee-dee!dee dee dee dee-dee!dee dee!dee dee dee dee dee-deedle-dee dee dee dee dee!
they did a few good tunes but I've always thought they are overrated.
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