“…Jan Lays Down And Wrestles In Her Sleep. Moonlight Spills On Comic Books And Superstars In Magazines. An Old-Friend Calls And Tells Us Where To Meet. Her Plane Takes-Off From Baltimore, And Touches-Down On Bourbon Street…” — PRIMITIVE RADIO GODS (“Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand” (1996))

“…We Sit Outside And Argue All Night Long…

…About A God We’ve Never Seen…

…But Never Fails To Side With Me…

…Sunday Comes And All The Papers Say…

…Ma Theresa’s Joined The Mob, And Happy With Her Full-Time Job. …”

"...Am I Alive, Or Thoughts That Drift Away? Does Summer Come For Everyone? Can Humans Do What Prophets Say? And If I Die Before I Learn To Speak, Can Money Pay For All The Days I Lived Awake But Half-Asleep? ..."

… … … … … … …

I Became Addicted To This Song While In High School.

I Remember Listening To It With My Best Friend.

He Was Always Rather Partial To The Line About Bourbon Street, As I Recall.

For ME…

…It Was The Simple Melody, Pace & Rhythm That Made It Stand-Out.

To ME…

…It Was Quirky…

…It Was Different…

…It Was UNIQUE.

I Know Very VERY Well…

…There Are Many MANY Of You Out There…

…Reading These Bloggin’ings, Simply Searching For That UNIQUE Flare.

And In THAT Regard…

…We Are NOT UNIQUE To One Another.

This Song…

…To ME (again)…

…HAS THAT FLARE.

It’s A Tune That Makes ME Happy When I Hear It.

Sometimes…

…That’s ALL I Really WANT Or NEED…

…Just Like YOU.

😉

Jive With Me!

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