Johnniebgoode

@john-barrett active 3 weeks ago
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  • #2568

    What the h3ll happened to my post?

    Must have been daylight savings time botching up my cut and paste ability.

    #2542

    Not a put down, a compliment. I didn’t mention his resort or other items I saw.

    Smart marketing from a one hit wonder.

    Compare his online store to Mr. Fogerty’s

    #2541

    STOP!
    Oh, yes, wait a minute, Mr. Barista
    (Wait)
    Wait Mr. Barista

    Mr. Barista will you brew for me
    (oh yeah)
    Some coffee in your espresso machine (please, please Mr. Barista)
    This daylight savings time (Oh yeah)
    Gone and frapped up my mind

    I desperately need some joe today
    Can you brew it up right away
    This time change has me really bumming
    I don’t know if I’m going or coming

    I’ve been awake since it’s been four
    Or is it five, I’m confused all the more
    Some joe will set my my straight
    Please, Mr. Barista, I just can’t wait.

    #2529

    He’d be the old man down the road!

    #1645

    One of my favs. Me and Tom Carlson, back in 8th grade, listening to Fortunate Son and Don’t Look Now over and over again.

    #1603

    Sad to say, but you won’t find your answer in a Fogerty tune even though everybody loves a Creedence song.

    With that said, I will now compare you to a Fogerty song. It sounds like you’re in the same place Fogerty was when he wrote Mystic Highway – getting older, slower, achy, realizing the young guns are smarter and faster at work, wondering if there’s a new woman out there and if she’ll even look at you, if she is.

    Oddly, listened to an old soul tune the other day and it touched me for the very first time. “Hold Onto What You Got,” by Joe Tex

    I say listen to Mr. Tex: hold onto what you got. Remember the reasons why you were attracted to your wife in the first place and give her a call. Give it one more try.

    #1602

    Sad to say, but you won’t find your answer in a Fogerty tune even though everybody loves a Creedence song.

    With that said, I will now compare you to a Fogerty song. It sounds like you’re in the same place Fogerty was when he wrote Mystic Highway – getting older, slower, achy, realizing the young guns are smarter and faster at work, wondering if there’s a new woman out there and if she’ll even look at you, if she is.

    Oddly, listened to an old soul tune the other day and it touched me for the very first time. “Hold Onto What You Got,” by Joe Tex

    I say listen to Mr. Tex: hold onto what you got. Remember the reasons why you were attracted to your wife in the first place and give her a call. Give it one more try.

    #1601

    OUTSTANDING!

    Love this to pieces!

    My wife is the same way. She was looking at CDs the other day while we were out shopping. I said, “Don’t get those. Tell me what you want and I’ll download to our phones.”

    “What?”

    Our son, who is 30, loves to tease her about “CDs. Let’s go get some CDs, mom!”

    Too funny.

    #1544

    I put my guess on his Facebook page! LOL! And boy was I wrong.

    #1543

    MP3s, Queenie.

    Put these fine tunes on your Android or iPhone and be bop your life away in style.

    #1355

    Swamp girl: I hope the really cool thing includes tri-tip sandwiches!

    Queenie: And Wrote a Song makes yard work go a lot faster, too!

    #1324

    Yup, loser on this one.

    #1323

    Wecome, kenok.

    We’re a rocking bunch of coconuts on this site. You’ll dig it.

    #1322

    Are you in the video? I lied…I’m at 2:20! LOL!

    That’s not a banjo. It’s a banjar. Serious. A banjo with a guitar’s neck and six strings. Basically, it’s a guitar that sounds like a banjo.

    I’m desperately trying to invest the Tubitar. Half tuba, half guitar.

    #1314

    I’M at 2:18!!!! LOL!!!!!

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