Tuesday, February 21, 2006

What song was #1 on the day you were born? 


My song? "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"! Talk about yer timeless classics.

CWCID: Cassandra, who, by the way, wants us to admit what hurl-worthy songs you loved back in the day.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Tue Feb 21, 08:41:00 AM:

My song is "Love Will Keep Us Together" by the dynamic duo, The Captain & Tennille. Prototypical 70's boogie-woogie song.

Hurl-worthy songs? When I was like 3 or 4, I loved "I Love a Rainy Night" by Eddie Rabbit, and I sung it *everywhere*. My poor parents. I guess Dora the Explorer is my karmic payback now.  

By Blogger Christine, at Tue Feb 21, 10:28:00 AM:

My song is "Quarter to Three" by Gary U.S. Bonds

Let's party!  

By Blogger Cassandra, at Tue Feb 21, 11:03:00 AM:

Dear Lord. That's going to be the Ear-worm From Hell for the rest of the day...

A weem ba wep a weem ba wep
A weem ba wep a weem ba wep
A weem ba wep a weem ba wep
A weem ba wep a weem ba wep

eeeeeeeeeeeee o-weeeeeeeeee
o-weeeeeeeeee-ummm bumm ba-waaaayy!!!!

[runs screaming into the woods]

(actually I adored that song when I was a wee tyke, but we won't go there...)  

By Blogger Cassandra, at Tue Feb 21, 02:26:00 PM:

Well I must say that I am crushed.

I had high hopes of coming back here and learning that Screwy and CardinalPark loved the same silly, sappy song as rosy-cheeked cherubs. I thought it might be one of those separated-at-birth moments that just made everything *so* right with the Cosmos... heh :D  

By Blogger Cassandra, at Tue Feb 21, 02:29:00 PM:

How about TigerHawk and What's his Noodle? The Poor Man????

No sale?  

By Blogger TigerHawk, at Tue Feb 21, 03:58:00 PM:

How about TigerHawk and What's his Noodle? The Poor Man????

Yeeaaah... whatever happened to him? Apparently he has not seen fit to respond to my reply brief -- although I did send him the link, so I'm fairly sure he knows about it...  

By Blogger Cassandra, at Tue Feb 21, 06:30:00 PM:

Well that's OK.

Screwy and Cardinalpark are ignoring my taunts as usual.

I was going to taunt The Charlottesvillian but I couldn't think of anything witty to say (not that this is usually an impediment to base snark, mind you). I had something about Dap Dipping on the tip of my typing finger but my office phone rang and I had to bash off.


By Blogger Cassandra, at Tue Feb 21, 06:34:00 PM:

I know... since they're not HERE to defend themselves, we can try to GUESS WHAT THEIR BIRTH SONGS ARE!

That could be great fun. As a matter of fact I think this really calls for a contest as soon as I think of a funny pretext. I think I'm punchy  

By Blogger Cassandra, at Tue Feb 21, 06:37:00 PM:

Of course you *know* Cardinalpark's should be (only because John McCain and Screwy want to make torture illegal and ruin all our fun, so we'd better get it in while there's still time):

"Someone left a cake out
In the rain
I don't think that I can take it
'Cause it took so long to bake it
And I'll never have that recipe

Oooooooooooooh nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!"  

By Blogger Counter Trey, at Wed Feb 22, 12:41:00 AM:

I love mine:

1961 ... "Hit the Road Jack" by Ray Charles

Thanks for the link.  

By Blogger TigerHawk, at Wed Feb 22, 06:29:00 AM:

Just to satisfy Cass, the 'Villain's "birth song" is "I'm Henry VIII, I Am" by Herman's Hermits. Goddamn.

I'm going to let CP do it himself, because I respect his privacy more.  

By Blogger Cardinalpark, at Wed Feb 22, 08:04:00 AM:

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By Blogger Cardinalpark, at Wed Feb 22, 08:09:00 AM:


We Can Work It Out.

How's That Screwy?


By Blogger Cassandra, at Wed Feb 22, 10:05:00 AM:

That was inspired :D  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sun Nov 09, 11:12:00 PM:


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