Great song. The sync is off.
My sister and I always changed the line to, "... you can change your underwear..."
Let me tell ya one thang...
Thursday, January 24, 2008
A year I was buying lots of 45s and listenting to lots of radio. Some of these are great, and some are putrid. Several (light blue) I've never even heard of. Funny how most of the top 10 is forgotten dog squeeze, while classics (The Joker, Nothing From Nothing, Living For The City) are buried deep in the list. 45s we owned in yellow.
01. The Way We Were » Barbra Streisand
02. Seasons In The Sun » Terry Jacks - UGH!
03. Love's Theme » Love Unlimited Orchestra
04. Come And Get Your Love » Redbone
05. Dancing Machine » Jackson 5
06. The Loco-Motion » Grand Funk Railroad
07. TSOP » MFSB
08. The Streak » Ray Stevens - UGH!
09. Bennie And The Jets » Elton John
10. One Hell Of A Woman » Mac Davis
11. Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do) » Aretha Franklin
12. Jungle Boogie » Kool & The Gang
13. Midnight At The Oasis » Maria Muldaur
14. You Make Me Feel Brand New » Stylistics - UGH!
15. Show And Tell » Al Wilson
16. Spiders And Snakes » Jim Stafford
17. Rock On » David Essex
18. Sunshine On My Shoulder » John Denver
19. Sideshow » Blue Magic
20. Hooked On A Feeling » Blue Swede
21. Billy Don't Be A Hero » Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods - UGH!
22. Band On The Run » Paul McCartney & Wings
23. The Most Beautiful Girl » Charlie Rich
24. Time In A Bottle » Jim Croce
25. Annie's Song » John Denver - UGH!
26. Let Me Be There » Olivia Newton-John
27. Sundown » Gordon Lightfoot
28. (You're) Having My Baby » Paul Anka - UGH!
29. Rock Me Gently » Andy Kim
30. Boogie Down » Eddie Kendricks
31. You're Sixteen » Ringo Starr
32. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) » Olivia Newton-John
33. Dark Lady » Cher
34. Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me » Gladys Knight & The Pips
35. Feel Like Makin' Love » Roberta Flack
36. Just Dont Want To Be Lonely » Main Ingredient
37. Nothing From Nothing » Billy Preston
38. Rock Your Baby » George McCrae
39. Top Of The World » Carpenters - (UGH! I like them but this one sucks)
40. The Joker » Steve Miller Band
41. I've Got To Use My Imagination » Gladys Knight & The Pips
42. The Show Must Go On » Three Dog Night
43. Rock The Boat » Hues Corporation
44. Smokin' In The Boys Room » Brownsville Station
45. Living For The City » Stevie Wonder
46. The Night Chicago Died » Paper Lace - UGH!
47. Then Came You » Dionne Warwick & The Spinners
48. The Entertainer » Marvin Hamlisch
49. Waterloo » Abba
50. The Air That I Breathe » Hollies
Wanted: Heart Surgeon for 1/2 Day Gig - No Pay
Date: 2007-11-26, 11:55AM EST
I need a triple bypass surgery and want to have it done ASAP.
We don't have any funds at the moment, but I'll have a friend videotape the whole procedure, and you can have a copy of the DV tape. We're also planning to pitch the idea to some honchos at HBO, so you'll be in on the Ground Floor!
It shouldn't take more than 6-7 hours.
No amateurs - Experienced Heart Surgeons ONLY!
You've seen them a thousand times, but I bet you can't name one of them... until now. (Thanks, Seth, for the links)
You might have missed him in: Malcolm X, as "Cop at Harlem station"
To me, he'll always be: the creepy alien sheriff in the short-lived ABC suckfest, Invasion
A poor man's... Kevin Bacon
Where you've seen him: 24, Clear And Present Danger, Desperado, Behind Enemy Lines
You might have missed him in: Everything he's ever done except 24 or Clear And Present Danger
To me, he'll always be: the bad guy in Clear And Present Danger
A poor man's... Al Pacino with an accent, minus all the yelling
Where you've seen him: Juno, Spider-Man, Thank You For Smoking, every Law & Order series ever made
You might have missed him in: The Dale Earnhardt Story
To me, he'll always be: neo-Nazi Vern Schillinger in Oz, who burned a swastika into poor Lee Tergesen's butt-cheeks
A poor man's... Ed Harris, sans flannel
Where you've seen him: Miracle, Cop Land, Melrose Place
You might have missed him in: If Someone Had Known, starring Kellie Martin. Tuesday night at 9 on Lifetime.
To me, he'll always be: Jim Carrey's fake friend in The Truman Show
A poor man's... chemically burned Jon Favreau (and a cinch to make the next installment of my Celebrity Skin Club)
Where you've seen him: Memento, Thelma & Louise, Deadwood, CSI: Miami
You might have missed him in: Alien Fury: Countdown to Invasion
To me, he'll always be: Ned Ryerson, insurance salesman and punching bag for Bill Murray in Groundhog Day.
A poor man's... William H. Macy
Where you've seen him: Where haven't you seen him?
To me, he'll always be: Stretch Cunningham on All In The Family
You might have missed him in: Birth Of A Nation (1915), as Lillian Gish's grandpa
A poor man's... James Cromwell
Where you've seen him: nowhere lately; he died in 1998. Before that he was in Pleasantville, Good Morning Vietnam, Narrow Margin, A Few Good Men, Breakdown, and more.
You might have missed him in: anything since 1998
To me, he'll always be: Carl's creepo asylum mate in Sling Blade.
A poor man's... evil Beau Bridges
Where you've seen him: Heat, Con Air, Desperado
You might have missed him in: From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter
To me, he'll always be: fuckin' scary
A poor man's... Manuel Noriega
Where you've seen him: Proof of Life, 12 Monkeys, The Rock, The Green Mile
You might have missed him in: The Hugh Grant thriller, Extreme Measures
To me, he'll always be: Jodie Foster's dad in Contact ("Small moves, Sparks. Small moves.")
A poor man's... Russell Crowe
Where you've seen him: Me, Myself & Irene; Intolerable Cruelty; There's Something About Mary
You might have missed him in: Blue Steel, but I didn't, because that's my favorite Ron Silver movie ever
To me, he'll always be: Nathaniel Fisher in Six Feet Under, getting flattened by a dump truck in the very first episode. Luckily for him, the show featured ghosts.
A poor man's... Tommy Lee Jones
Where you've seen him: Batman Begins, Michael Clayton, Rush Hour, Shakespeare In Love, In The Bedroom
You might have missed him in: The Ghost And The Darkness, which also describes the theaters where that movie played.
To me, he'll always be: Dr. Mierzwiak, founder of Lacuna Corp. in Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind
A poor man's... Jon Voight
Where you've seen him: Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Talladega Nights, Magnolia, For The Love Of The Game, Chicago
You might have missed him in: The short-lived TV series Martial Law, co-starring Arsenio Hall, and created by Lost co-exec producer, Carlton Cuse.
To me, he'll always be: Reed Rothchild, a.k.a. Chest Rockwell, in Boogie Nights
A poor man's... Will Farrell
Where you've seen him: There's Something About Mary, ATL, Barbershop, Men At Work, Dead Presidents
You might have missed him in: Disco Godfather
To me, he'll always be: Charlie Sheen's squad mate in Platoon
A poor man's... Louis Gossett, Jr.
Where you've seen him: As the prosecutor in My Cousin Vinny
You might have missed him in: The Mighty Ducks, Lois & Clark, Son In Law, The Legend of Bagger Vance and a bunch of other shit nobody watched
To me, he'll always be: Roy Hamlin in Hart To Hart. Ok, not really. I saw that on IMdb.
A poor man's... Gene Hackman with better hair
Where you've seen him: Fargo, Prison Break, Constantine (as Beelzebub), Minority Report
You might have missed him in: Larmar Och Gor Sig Till (Sweden's Maid in Manhattan)
To me, he'll always be: "So I guess that's your partner there in the wood chipper, eh?"
A poor man's... Eurotrash Bruce Willish
Where you've seen him: Every movie or TV show you've ever watched in your entire life
You might have missed him in: Every movie or TV show you haven't watched in your entire life
To me, he'll always be: Videotape advocate Floyd Gondolli in Boogie Nights
A poor man's... Michael Caine, American version
Where you've seen him: Oz, 24, CSI, Law & Order, Cold Case, and every other law-enforcement show ever made, with the exception of T.J. Hooker and Reno 911.
You might have missed him in: Lost, as Juliet's husband, in only two scenes before he catches a bus without waiting for it to stop.
To me, he'll always be: something unpronounceable
A poor man's... Pezqvlbluw Klpaxnblzela
Where you've seen him: Armageddon, The Client, The Rapture, Copycat
You might have missed him in: Road House 2: Last Call
To me, he'll always be: Scott Pritchard, psychotic fop/chief of staff to Gene Hackman's Secretary of Defense in No Way Out
A poor man's... John Malkovich
Where you've seen him: Deadwood, Lonesome Dove, Fletch, Blade Runner
You might have missed him in: Man's Best Friend with Ally Sheedy
To me, he'll always be: Larry (of Larry, Darryl and Darryl) in Newhart
A poor man's... Marlon Brando