Hell Is Other People's Music

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  1. ronjor

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    Hey Ron,

    Have you ever listened to "Cara Nome" sung by Lily Pons. Makes my spine tingle every time!
     
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    Not to the best of my memory. I much prefer "Guillaume Tell" by Gioachino Rossini. :shifty:
     
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    Is that the one that goes:

    To da dump, to da dump, to da dump..dump...dump?

    Bringing back more than I brought, Dumpster ed
     
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    Yup....The Voice of Firestone sing-a-long was a staple in our house on Sunday afternoons when I was but a wee lad. None of us could carry a tune but we all bellowed anyways! Got your site bookmarked!

    Those were the days, Smilin ed
     
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    That is part of it. Click here to run the cats out of your neighborhood. :D
     
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    Why was I not surprised that the musical instruments would be bean tooters and ban joes!

    Yoo must bee frum Texas!!

    It did get rid of all the ear wax, Waxing poetically ed
     
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    FABULOUS El RON............I fully expected to hear "Hi! Ho! Silver away".....and you come galloping across the screen in a flurry of dust....It would have made my day complete.....


    Cochise,:cool: Keeming my Sabby in Sahara....


    PS. Lily is No.53......?As for the cats...your right....it does work....:D
     
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    Whew!! That was scary!!

    I played Ron's "Flash" version and fully expected to see you ride ole Paint accrost the screen in your finest Lord Chatterly imitation.

    I am grateful for even the smallest of blessings.

    Tiny Tim remains hidden, Thankful ed
     
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    To really appreciate the William Tell Overture, I belive you have to turn the volume WAY up. This will allow you to fully embrace the speed and precision that song holds. Gives me chills :)

    I also like "O Fortuna" and "In the hall of the mountain king"
     
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    Chiff and Chaff Sir.....you have gone too far this time Sir Percy, my fourths will call upon you ere the Thoresby morning Lark-bird has had time to cough.....

    I would never dream of parading my Lord Chatterly in front of my adoring Public..........the phone would never stop ringing.....either way, Paint hates competition......:rolleyes:....

    CoMellerschise,:cool: Potting something up Potsdam....

    PS. Flash is good.......I like Flash.....
     
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    :isay: Bring em on!! Apparently I haven't gone far enough because I can still hear you. I dasn't give a hoot whether they're forths or firths or even theconds. Just have them que up and tell them to cough at the appropriate moment. I'm sure they will grasp that for when they are grasped.

    It was hard not to notice that another Texan chimed in w/his two farthings! Wadda they know? Their idea of a night out at the Music Hall w/fine dining is to amble down to Pierre's Pork Jowl an Fire Clanger Chili Pit fer the Thixth Annool Hoedown Competition.

    Repotting in Riga, Rigalletto ed

    Ps.....It's OK to Flash.....just don't get caught!!
     
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    OK EDmunfter we'll difpenfe withe the fourthf at onef and profeed withe more important matterf of Texan knowledge of Mufic.........


    I was told that Texans thought the Perfect 'C' was the noise that spit made when it hit the vittlin' store belly-stove..........

    I was also told that if eight of 'em sat in a circle round the said stove, they could actually spit the first four bars of 'John Browns Body' in the key of 'E'..

    What do ya reckon to them apples Zeek??.........:D



    Cochise,:cool: Spittoon tunin' in Spalding....
     
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    I reckon to reconnoiter roundabout for them Texonian rascallions and root em roundly!

    Saddle up Ole Paint and meet me at the OK Corral. Them Younger Brothers ain't as young as they uster bee so usen and Dr. Judy Holiday, Fr. Barry Fitzgerald, and Wyatt Urp orta be able to sing em a new tune!

    Reedin the riten on the tobaccy rapper, Plug ed
     
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    It's true what they say then................If you can't fight, wear a big hat...:D :D.................and play Cajun stuff.........Yippdahoody!!...

    Sorry Sherrfff Ed..........would love to meet you at the OK yadayada but it's the day Paint has to change his Library book, otherwise we would be there like a shot..........................Did somebody hear a shot??.......:shifty:


    Cochise,:cool: Keeping my calves together in Kent...

    PS. I think Pixel-pup is dying...*puppy*
     
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    Yoo be rounding up your baby dogies whilst I'll prolly end up a veal cutlet!

    Dodging moon pies in DeSoto City, Filleted ed
     
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