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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Time Out From Politics and Fundies!!

I have enjoyed about as much as I can stand for awhile of politics, Fundies, and wars. I have to have a break!!
I have posted on this in the past but it is always good for a re-run. Click on and Enjoy the Time Out. Some of you are old enough to remember.




COMMENTS:
Blogger Gadfly said...

Damn, Old Woman! That does bring back memories! We did our share of clapping and dancing, didn't we?

I remember Tony and Vickie's party in Bel Aire, you all tonied up in a floor length purple paisely with yards of beads, high heeled sandals, and your hair twisted up in some kind of knot with the rest hanging loose. The Boozer wore those Uncle Sam pants and red fishnet shirt. I had on ragged jeans and a tie dyed tee and ho chi min sandals. Sitting on the carpet drinking Jack Daniels from bone china cups. Roy walked in the bathroom on a couple getting it on. Ha! What a mixed crowd, as always, and the Jeremiah song got everybody up and moving. Damn but those were the days. Then we got old! What a bummer.

That song was real popular and we heard it everywhere we went. It even got the starch out of you, moving and grooving.

Sunday, March 30, 2008 5:38:00 AM

WA: I didn't have THAT much starch in me! When it came to dancing, I could "shake that thang!"

Blogger The Future Was Yesterday said...

"I have enjoyed about as much as I can stand for awhile of politics, Fundies, and wars. I have to have a break!!"
I can't say as I've enjoyed it, but I've sure had enough with some left over!

"Some of you are old enough to remember."
Remember? I remember when the band was formed that sang that song, as well as the song. The song just never got old. It was the most requested song by far, when I played steel guitar in a shit kickin' band. Now go figger that. A bunch of rednecks singing "joy to the world!:)"

Sunday, March 30, 2008 7:35:00 AM

WA: Dan'l, you are a man of many talents. Played steel guitar? In a shit kicking band? You are full of surprises!

Blogger Granny said...

Oh, you should have seen Rochelle and Rebecca dancing around the house when I played that for them.

Some songs never become dated.

Sunday, March 30, 2008 7:48:00 AM

WA: Kids of all ages still love it.

Blogger betmo said...

we had that song on eight track tape- but not by three dog night- some other guy. his name escapes me- but when i was a kid- it was my favorite song ;) oh- and rhinestone cowboy. loved it.

Sunday, March 30, 2008 8:33:00 AM

WA: Yep. Kids of all ages loved it. It was and still is a great song.

Blogger Worried American said...

Gadfly: You can't resist telling tales out of school, can you? Yes, those were great days and we had a ball most of the time. We had a number of different social circles, some overlapped and some didn't. Tony and Vickie's was one where several overlapped. The arty-intellectual crowd was a duke's mixture. But they all enjoyed Joy To The World.

Monday, March 31, 2008 1:19:00 AM

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6 Comments:

  • At Sunday, March 30, 2008 5:38:00 AM , Blogger Gadfly said...

    Damn, Old Woman! That does bring back memories! We did our share of clapping and dancing, didn't we?

    I remember Tony and Vickie's party in Bel Aire, you all tonied up in a floor length purple paisely with yards of beads, high heeled sandals, and your hair twisted up in some kind of knot with the rest hanging loose. The Boozer wore those Uncle Sam pants and red fishnet shirt. I had on ragged jeans and a tie dyed tee and ho chi min sandals. Sitting on the carpet drinking Jack Daniels from bone china cups. Roy walked in the bathroom on a couple getting it on. Ha! What a mixed crowd, as always, and the Jeremiah song got everybody up and moving. Damn but those were the days. Then we got old! What a bummer.

    That song was real popular and we heard it everywhere we went. It even got the starch out of you, moving and grooving.

     
  • At Sunday, March 30, 2008 7:35:00 AM , Blogger The Future Was Yesterday said...

    "I have enjoyed about as much as I can stand for awhile of politics, Fundies, and wars. I have to have a break!!"
    I can't say as I've enjoyed it, but I've sure had enough with some left over!

    "Some of you are old enough to remember."
    Remember? I remember when the band was formed that sang that song, as well as the song. The song just never got old. It was the most requested song by far, when I played steel guitar in a shit kickin' band. Now go figger that. A bunch of rednecks singing "joy to the world!:)"

     
  • At Sunday, March 30, 2008 7:48:00 AM , Blogger Granny said...

    Oh, you should have seen Rochelle and Rebecca dancing around the house when I played that for them.

    Some songs never become dated.

     
  • At Sunday, March 30, 2008 8:33:00 AM , Blogger betmo said...

    we had that song on eight track tape- but not by three dog night- some other guy. his name escapes me- but when i was a kid- it was my favorite song ;) oh- and rhinestone cowboy. loved it.

     
  • At Monday, March 31, 2008 1:19:00 AM , Blogger Worried American said...

    Gadfly: You can't resist telling tales out of school, can you? Yes, those were great days and we had a ball most of the time. We had a number of different social circles, some overlapped and some didn't. Tony and Vickie's was one where several overlapped. The arty-intellectual crowd was a duke's mixture. But they all enjoyed Joy To The World.

     
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