"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Make it a double - I loathe this song too.
But at least Red the dog didn't get run over by a runaway train.
However he died on the porch next to the old rocking chair
Geez, Welsh people sure have a powerful twang. Is she from the south of Wales?No charge? No comment.
No charge. Oh gosh that brings back memories. Funny how music does that.
That is Jacqueline @ Home - yesterday was her 62nd birthday. What a star. (I'm just off to vomit - back soon X)
Tequila. we drink lots of Tequila out here.
Specifically, in the ear?
If I stand next to you we'll get two for one.Jane x
Oh God !!!
You definitely have two sides of the coin in these remarks. My parents would have liked this song and the singer.
I guess one has to be a mother to really appreciate this, and a mother am not.
We sing this anthem every night before grace, as we sit down to eat our grits! No offence taken.
How am I now supposed to get those bits, that look like carrot, out from between the keys?
WTF! OMG! Makes me cry. ('nuff said!)
Just for clarification's sake - I like it. (Really!)
I will save the last two bullets in the zombie apocalypse one for you the other for Melba....as the thin warbles of 'no charge' plays out over a body strewn field and the final credits roll.Quite poetic.......blergch!!
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