Saturday, June 03, 2006

Song Blogging

I love it when Vanx does this, so I'm going to shamelessly rip off his idea.


Slap Leather / James Taylor



Take all the money that we need for school
And to keep the street people in out of the cold

Spend it on a weapon you can never use
Make the world an offer that they can't refuse
Open up the door and let the shark-men feed
Hoover of the future in the land of greed
Sell the Ponderosa to the Japanese


Slap leather, head for that line of trees, yeah
Slap leather
Go on Ron
Just about to go myself


Turn the whole wide world into a TV show
So it's just the same game wherever you go
You never meet a soul that you don't already know
One big advertisement for the status quo
As if these celebrities were your close friends
As if you knew how the story ends
As if you weren't sitting in a room alone
And there was somebody real at the other end of the phone, yeah
Squibnocket
Phone sex
Just about to dial your number


Get all worked up so we can go to war
We find something worth killing for
Tie a yellow ribbon around your eyes

Big McFalafel and a side of fries
Yeah, Big McFalafel
Stormin' Norman
I just love a parade


Slap leather
Phone love
Big McFalafel
Just about to die myself

4 Comments:

Blogger vanx said...

You can expect a phone call from my attorney at 4:00 a.m.~,:^0

1:48 PM  
Blogger Mrs.Chili said...

But! But!! Imitation is the sincerest form of FLATTERY!!!

:-P

2:37 PM  
Anonymous nhfalcon said...

S, is that why we say "She has a head?!" around Bowyer all the time? :)

10:08 PM  
Blogger Mrs.Chili said...

Actually, Falcon, that's a VERY funny story.

Bowyer, Husband and I were sitting around one Sunday watching - what else? - football, when a Taco Bell ad comes on. In it, two boys are leaning against their beat up old car in a TB parking lot when out of the store comes this AMAZINGLY gorgeous woman - tight jeans, short shirt, wind blowing in her hair - eating TB's newest pseudo-Mexican creation. The punchline of the ad is that one of the boys looks at the other and says something like "did you SEE that chalupa?" The punchline in my living room went like this:

Me: Eeew - WHAT is she EATING?!

Husband: She's eating?

Bowyer: She has a HEAD?!

It's a four year old joke and it STILL makes me laugh

6:10 AM  

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