Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"Hige sceal þe heardra, heorte þe cenre, mod sceal þe mare, þe ure mægen lytlað…"
"...a modern spiritual..." Indeed.
That was the damned-ass squarest thing I ever saw. I never would have believed it.
So the, "And a one and a two," wasn't counting the rhythm, it was counting the puffs? Great! Now I'm going to have Lawrence Welk saying, "Don't bo-gaart de roa-ch," stuck in my head.
How did that one get onto the set list?
I am sure that Brewer and Shipley are sooo proud
1979, Silver Dollar Saloon, Leadville, Colorado--the bar band plays covers of AC/DC, old geezer retired miners and their wives get up and dance to it. Pretty cool.
I have to go cry in the corner now. If you need my shotgun for the imminent apocalypse, it's under the bed. I won't be using it.
When I first saw this on my phone, without my glasses, I swore it said the "throbbing sphincter of surrealism"Now I'm not so sure it isn't.
Well; the word "toke" has more than one meaning. But since you all no doubt went straight to your dictionaries, I suppose you knew that already.Maybe Welk and some others though it was a song by a habitual gambler;http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/toke -- Lyle
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