If you like the story of Boudica,Drivng Romans from Eastern Britainica,I might just suggestat Enya's request,A Celtic hymn played on my harmonica.Wow, that's bad.
He came to fame as Mike SeaverThen became a well-known believerBut for what it's worthIf it's just him defending earthI wouldn't be Left Behind either
For watching Mr. Belding teachThose teenagers got a million bucks eachBut after a few yearsIt bored us to tearsTheir careers all came to a screech
If the elderly viewers hadn't cared to callLawrence Welk's gay charade wouldn't air at allBut before syndicationCheck this prognostication:Their show's frickin' sponsored by Geritol!I also must add that I found that picture on a Lawrence Welk tribute site that features -- I kid you not -- fan fiction. *Fan Fiction* of the Lawrence Welk show. I can just picture some Dungeons and Dragons-esque teenager salivating over the latest salacious tales of accordion player Myron Floren.
"Celtic Women" DVD is for saleSo I expect to see Irish chicks wailInstead I see the livesOf the middle-aged wivesOf Larry Bird, Robert Parish, and McHale
There once was a man named Lawrence,Whose band never played Florence,But his accordion would sing,At many a German wing-ding,As to the polkas there was no abhorrence.
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