“…Could Taste Your Sweet Kisses, Your Arms Open Wide, This Fever For You Is Just Burning Me Up Inside…” — ROY ORBISON (“I Drove All Night”) (1987)

“…I Drove All Night To Get To You. Is That Alright? I Drove All Night, Crept In Your Room, Woke You From Your Sleep, To Make Love To You. Is That Alright? I Drove All Night. …”

The Song “I DROVE ALL NIGHT” Was ORIGINALLY Performed By The-Late ROY ORBISON In 1987. He Sadly Died Suddenly In 1988, And His Version Wasn’t Released Until AFTER Cyndi Lauper Put Our “Her-VERSION” In 1989. Why Is THIS Important? Trust Me, My Peeps… You’ve Not Heard The Last Of Mr. Roy Orbison As Far As Bradley Alan Is Concerned, Fo SHO! πŸ˜‰


“Show Me Someone That Doesn’t Mind Losing, And I’ll Show You A Loser.” — PETE VUCKOVICH

PETE VUCKOVICH (1952-Present) Was (mainly) A Starting-Pitcher In The Major-Leagues From 1975-1986, Playing For The CHICAGO WHITE SOX, The TORONTO BLUE JAYS, The ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, and The MILWAUKEE BREWERS. He Would Start Game 7 Of The 1982 World Series For The BREWERS Against The CARDINALS.

VUCKOVICH Would Notch 32W-10L For MILWAUKEE From 1981-1982, But His BREWERS Would LOSE Game 7 Of The WORLD SERIES That October To The CARDINALS. VUCKOVICH Would Go 8-16 For The BREWERS Over His Next 3 Seasons, Before Retiring In 1986.