Us boomers will sometimes trip over erroneous cultural references…

I often wake up with a song in my head, usually for no apparent reason. This morning it was Don McLean’s Pride Parade, and I could only remember the chorus – nothing at all of the verses.

You already know where this is going. I genuinely didn’t.

It stuck with me and bugged me all morning. Just a few minutes ago I was washing up the lunch dishes, when I decided to punch the title into a Youtube search window, and…

Sigh. Never happier to be a frickin’ hermit in the frickin’ desert, I can tell you that

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5 Responses to Us boomers will sometimes trip over erroneous cultural references…

  1. Robert says:

    “You already know where this is going. ” No, no I don’t. Never heard of the song.
    {scrolls down the post} Oh.
    I am not a hermit in the desert, but I sure as heck am not tuned in to pop whatever.
    As individuals I have known, the Rainbow People were OK. As a political movement… You kids get off my lawn right the frick now.

  2. Joel says:

    I never said it was a good song…

  3. Mike says:

    Speaking (writing?) about good/bad music, that has taken up residence in one’s head, here’s a tune that has been knocking around between my ears lately. I think you may enjoy.

  4. Mike says:

    Here’s the song that keeps rattling around in my head, and this one’s good.

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