Sunday, August 9, 2020

From the 60's to the 60's

Those of us who came of age in the 60’s are now in our 60’s (and 70’s). And so the songs that we once sung have a different meaning. Here are some new versions: 

• Will You Still Feed Me Tomorrow?

• Where Is My Fortune

• Where Have All My Flowers Gone?

• I Can’t See Clearly Now

• I Felt Good

• Mild Thing

• Waking Up Is Hard to Do

• My Baby Wipes Me with her Hanky

• Early Morning Pain

• I Know where the Time Goes… you can count it in my wrinkles and belly inches

• Lean on You… please, I forgot my cane

• Sugar Free Captain Crunch… well, make that Captain Munch

And then the same titles with new meanings.


• Ain’t Too Proud to Beg… please don’t send me to that senior home!

• Yesterday is so much larger than Tomorrow!

• I I Fell… hope I have my pager alarm with me

• So Far Away… where the hell are my kids?

• No Particular Place to Go… they got that right

• Great Balls of Fire… that describes my Migraine

• Whole Lot of Shaking Going On… never thought this was about Parkinson’s until now

• The Little Old lady from Pasadena… is my wife.


Once again, feel free to add your own.

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