Wednesday, August 12, 2009

First off

Thanks to everyone for your positive words, prayers, vibes that you sent my way. Life isn't a shiny new penny for me right now, (trust me, I would have spent it already if it was) but I think we do have a few polished rocks now. Rocks don't count for much in the currency exchange, but if they did I would be RICH! Now, if only there was a way to make house dust have value I really would be in the filthy rich group. Anyway, thanks y'all! Luv ya!

I wanted to share a funny. If you don't find it funny, or if you don't admit to doing the same thing you have issues.

I have ALWAYS been a music lover. There are certain types I don't like as much, but if I have a choice between silence and music I will choose music everytime. (Some people tell me that is because I am not comfortable with my own thoughts- obviously they know me quite well!) Anyhow, when I was younger I specifically remember some songs that I would sing... the wrong words to.

Yes, I said it.

I know you have done it too.

Admit it!

You wanna know one that I still remember because my sister totally made fun of me for it. I am leaving open today for the whole world to make fun of me. Not only because I sang the wrong words, but also because of the song it was.

Back in the day when really the only music I listened to was country (I am more open with my music taste now) I loved Billy Ray. Yes, that is Billy Ray Cyrus. You know, the father of Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus. Ya, I was one of the Achy-Breaky-Hearted.

I'm waiting for the judging and laughter to stop.

Still waiting.

Really people, when are you going to stop?

Okay, I guess I am just going to have to go on with you still rolling on the floor.

There is a part in the song when he sings:

You can tell your ma I moved to Arkansas
Or you can tell your dog to bite my leg
Or tell your brother Cliff who's fist can tell my lips
He never really liked me anyway

Well, I thought it said:

"Or you can tell your dog about my leg."

About what, you ask? No idea. I'm not the one who wrote the song. Do song lyrics ever make sense?

So, there you go. Keep laughing. Are you gonna admit to any lyrical mistakes you have made?

I am getting the last laugh here because you have already had to listen to today's theme song- heehee! Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray.