Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by miss pickle, Sep 10, 2015.
Perfect words for me I'm gonna have empty nest syndrome next year
Means "non shall sleep" in English! Very good
Up at 4, so probably will.
That is silly o'clock to get up for work I don't know where you get your energy from must be exhausting
6a.m fair enough, but 4 ??? To sit in traffic commuting ohhhh yuck.
Made me laugh on the Rodney bit.
Correct! It stays. The ELP version that is
Oh mannnn, Mr Screwfix P has slapped my wrist and removed my post/song-6 weeks after I posted it, and the only thing that has occurred since then is Miss Pickles post, cheers Miss P for making Mr P re-read this lot, lol
Awwww I'm sorry rulland.
No way would Pete do that! He's a nice man!
I notice how he didn't contribute with a song though
I like that brick in the wall song hey teacher! Leave them kids alone.
You know what this means don't you rulland on a scale of one to ten your posts are a three IF your lucky. I'm not saying your dull but on average you are dull.
I wish I could go under the radar for 6 weeks without a notice!
To be fair you always knew you'd get a spanking for that song rulland. It was distasteful!
Pete has class, power, ok I'm struggling beyond that but he's the boss
I usually post a thread in mid May about the eurovision song contest. Some great music links are on this thread along with a lot of laughs.
Its October crow but never mind that post us your fav song from last year. Make it good though I have spuds to peel. I like music when I'm peeling.
That's a decent Fairport song, Miss P^^^^^^^^^^^^ - was it always there?
(Ah, Sandy Denny - the voice of Zeppelin IV )
That guitar and the harmonies reminded me of an amazing band from looong ago.
Y'know, Chas and Dave.
Ok, not Chas and Dave. Only Chas. Chas Hodges.
Who - astonishingly - was once part of a true super-group.
With Albert Lee on geetarrrr, and the 'mazing Tony Colton (what a voice...)
Peeps, whatever you are doing, you can put this on - get ready for the hairs on the back of your neck to rise, tingle, tremble...
Ok Miss P - no messing about here because some really good songs have been posted on this thread - I know I'm really up against it - so here is the best song ever.
It's the winning song from Eurovision 1993
Bit off-topic I know, but seeing the Mettalica version of Brothers in Arms,I went on a tour of the D-day beaches earlir this year. Very poignant.
I did think last years Eurovision songs were well below par miss p yet Sweden were the deserved winners on both song and performance using hi-tech background projection I guess that's the ESC always pushing the boundaries.
Eurovision in October does seem strange!
Having just listened again to those two fantastic tunes I have to say how much better the ESC was in 1993 with a live orchestra backing the singers.
Not sure when it went all karaoke - bring back the orchestra is what I say.
Yes! I completely agree crow I love an orchestra.
I also absolutely love choirs. I think Gareth Malone has done a great job of bringing it all back into the limelight. I find choirs so moving! When my daughter was in primary school she used to sing in the school choir and I used to cry every time couldn't help myself. I was known for it and the mums used to laugh at me every easter and Xmas they would be handing me tissues.
I would put a few choir songs up for you crow but I dunno how to post songs on here
I can only do images.
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