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chiggidy check yo self before you wreck yo self



I was 21, and it's still my favorite rock piece.



This one was quite popular when I was twenty-one and I truly doubt any of the Millies will understand why it was popular.  Come to think of it the Boomers will be pretty clueless.  Generation X was always threatened with the end of the world and as a consequence most of us understand Adams Law of Slow Moving Disasters even if the Xers in question was never actually able to attach a name to the concept.






My personal favorite from when I was twenty-one is from an accordian player and it should lighten the mood a bit.



Not many songs from 2000 have survived in the clubs and well Radio is a dead medium, just like Tee-Vee.  But I still hear this occasionally if I go to black clubs (though that is more and more infrequent).







Youngest one here(so far).
I have to say it is my favorite
I turned 21 late in 2005.



(03-11-2017, 06:32 AM)Galen Wrote: [ -> ]This one was quite popular when I was twenty-one and I truly doubt any of the Millies will understand why it was popular.  Come to think of it the Boomers will be pretty clueless.  Generation X was always threatened with the end of the world and as a consequence most of us understand Adams Law of Slow Moving Disasters even if the Xers in question was never actually able to attach a name to the concept.






My personal favorite from when I was twenty-one is from an accordian player and it should lighten the mood a bit.




Never heard of the first one but I like the sound. Very good. My mother loves Weird Al. She introduced me to his work. I love his take on "Bad" by MJ. It is hilarious.