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Monday, March 24, 2008



If you have ever wondered how to manipulate your human, here's a suggestion. Of course it works best on humans that are at least as old as mine is. Back in the 1970's, humans' popular music often was essential a story sung over a tune. Many of those songs will be stuck for hours in a human's brain if they are mentioned (Lucille, Thank God I'm A Country Boy, etc).

But there was this one song called Shannon by a human named Henry Gross. The song is about a human boy whose mother is sick, father is gone, and whose dog (Shannon) has floated out to sea.


NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With KhattleDog! said...

Oh Tubey!

You've khaused an earworm to wiggle thru my human's head today!!


So, did woo find any bunnykhritters?


The Army of Four said...

Mom never knew Shannon was a dog!
Good job on the musical mind-meld.
Tail wags,

Thor said...

Hmph. My mama doesn't know that song at all! She never even heard of it! Now I have to go find it somewhere!


Khady Lynn said...

That song totally doesn't make sense. Is he worried about his mom being sick, or the dog being gone?


The Daily Echo said...

Ahh yes. Mom is humming something she says is called "Seasons In The Sun". Is that about Summer? I like seasons in the snow better. I guess we're stuck lisening to that all day.

H.A. Turbofire, Sibertarian said...

Holly, if the human boy in the song was not stupid, he'd by sad only about his dog.

ECHO, "Season's in the Sun" is another depressing human song. It's about a dead human friend.

Clover said...

Hi Turbo!
Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hello!
Hello to you too!
My mom always gets radio commercials stuck in her head...
Love Clover xo

Kathryn and Ari said...

They just don't make songs like that anymore, do they? Maybe that's a good thing. I once went six months with "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" running through my head. Dave Barry once said that, by the end of that song, you're GLAD the ship sank. I never agreed, but after those six months, I was about ready to throw myself in Lake Superior without a life vest.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Turbo, you've set off the bad 70's songs in my head!



p.s. I'll bet your human remembers a little song called "Sugar" by the Archies...

Kapp pack said...

That song is stoopid!

Woo woo, Kelsey Ann

Woofwoof said...

I listened to this song a lot when my dog Woofwoof died last year. The song was so bad that it dulled the pain of losing my dog :)

But if anyone is brave enough, here is a link for the song. You've been warned.