I fell unconscious about a minute after having it. No heart issue - just shock and an over reaction to the vaccine in my system. My blood pressure plummeted briefly.
We've had something for about eight weeks or so daily by a band called Blossoms entitled 'Charlemagne'. Here it is:
First time since Steely Dan that that French king's title has been used.
Interestingly enough, as there was no church service at our usual church today, we had to go to our sister church, which is based on a 1960s slum clearance area. There is someone who goes there who used to have piano lessons from Mabel Mucklethwaite, but gave up many years ago.
Bet she couldn't cope with her pushiness.
Well I'll bow to your superior knowledge on that one, and won't ask how you know...dave brum wrote:In the song by Cliff Richard ' I Could Easily Fall in Love With You' between the A-woo x 8 and Cliff's opening vocal, it sounds like a big fat redneck with a beer belly shaped like the top of St.Pauls Cathedral giving his prized possession a quick double slap.
To store books or piles of ironing on it would be sacrilege.
I heard a new Rod Stewart track on the radio in work. I'm hoping that it won't be played every day until next Easter. I just wish they'd play the Stone Roses again. If they're good enough for Tim Farron to mention them in conference speech, they're good enough for me!
You'll be fine - but do tell her if you don't want to do sigh treading, so it doesn't spoil the rest of it for you.
And STILL no Christmas songs yet. But also today we heard January by Pilot.
According to our in store radio station, these are the things that they do not think matters to the great British public one iota. Because Justin Beaver is on tour and David Beckham has done something quite unimportant and trivial.
Dan and Lindsay.....amnesia and lobotomy. I really am looking forwards to their two minutes silence on Remembrance Day. It'll be the best thing they've ever broadcast.