I suggest you stick to Neil Young and Joni Mitchell.
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 9:47 AM, Alison Place <alison_place_at_7gjtf_6BYYYhr-h8fnT5o2V5Djd2qgEqsZUhHNWGI35LAvQwva5SBgvyu1fcSE2bMHkLKD3pTtwLzaJ8iEU.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> I can remember 'Hurdy-Gurdy Man' (Donovan), but this one - nope, it's
> utterly new to me! Any good?
> --- On Tue, 7/22/08, Sam Elliot <SamLElliot_at_Qjebbo-JvF3gQnzk3DhpabC2chhjO5ly3o4WLK-_nNvmJBVOIre90QKZBmazm14rIzYBTNTspb9Vc2Y7A3Y.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 July 2008 12:55:23 Sam Elliot wrote:
> Does "Hyrdy Gyrdy Mushroom Man" not ring any bells? Or is that too British a
> <neil.yahoo_at_KFek50jodV6ymEW1QugBl_maN3_yTmH8iUiNV0fzrPqf1xiIeCGAR_t00KyPyPndOZ0pYf9VALNlhdZjJQ.yahoo.invalid> wrote: Neil:
> ...has locked me in a frying pan,
> And all the fishes swim away,
> And say "Don't hassle us today,"
> And try and stop me doing this,
> As if I didn't know it's...
> Nope, don't know what you're talking about. At all. In the slightest.
> How come you managed to find the lyrics while I didn't? You must a be a
> Google-Fu Supremo. Or you haven't "lost" your version of the vinyl like I
> have. Respeck'. Innit.
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