...it's not dark yet, but it's gettin' there...

February 21, 2006

Please Let This Be An Omen

Jennifer and Cassandra both have links which ask the essential question, "What was the #1 song in the U.S.A. the day you were born?"

If there's any justice, I think this should be a more accurate predictor of future life than the astrology charts.

That's because my song is "Rich Girl" by Daryl Hall & John Oates, lol. I love that song.

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Rubric: History


Presaging my life as a romantic and impatient Italian lover...

Its Now Or Never
by Elvis Presley:

"Its now or never
come hold me tight
Kiss me my darling,
be mine tonight
Tomorrow will be too late,
it's now or never
My love won't wait."

Posted by: gcotharn on Feb. 21, 2006

Not sure what this means. Incidentally, my singing voice is in the baritone range, not the soprano range.

"In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight..."

Posted by: Ontario Emperor on Feb. 21, 2006

"People Got to Be Free" by The Rascals --- yeah, as former Soldier in the US Army, that fits me pretty well.

Posted by: Robbie on Feb. 22, 2006

The Third Man Theme by Anton Karas. Well, AFAIK I've never heard it, and didn't he used to play football for Detroit?

Wait, the football player was Alex...

Remembering him still makes me way too old.

Posted by: MarkD on Feb. 22, 2006

Obviously, you're not a fan of the zither. TTM is classic Wells, Orson that is. I often use Harry Lyme as a nom de guerre.

Posted by: Casca on Feb. 22, 2006

"Walk Like a Man" for me. Cool.

Posted by: physics geek on Feb. 22, 2006