"O God, I could be bounded in a nut shell and count myself a king of infinite space, were it not that I have bad dreams." - Hamlet Act II scene ii
22 August 2020
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Brill. Says it all.ReplyDelete
Glad you liked it baby.Delete
It was bad luck for that Saxaphone to break! Great blues song.ReplyDelete
Ha-ha! Nice one baby.Delete
You could compose the Covoid Tory Blues YP?Delete
I could compose the Haemorrhoid Tory Blues!Delete
I should have made that the very last line.Delete
Yep. Says it all.ReplyDelete
Having Covid-19 blues is better than having Covid-19!ReplyDelete
Ha-ha! You are right there Steve.Delete
That's just what we have too! I thought at first you were going to write about Charlie Parker, the jazz saxophonist and composer. His 100th birthday is next Saturday and Kansas City has been celebrating him all month.ReplyDelete
I had not realised that "Bird" hailed from Kansas City. Thanks for pointing that out Bonnie.Delete
He was born on the Kansas side of Kansas City and spent a lot of time in our Jazz District.Delete
Your creative writing must be a very welcome distraction!ReplyDelete
The tension of the pandemic means my head has not usually been in the right place Kylie.Delete
That's one creative blues song and lyrics. Keep composingReplyDelete
You're on drums Kestrel!Delete