Friday, April 04, 2008

Make your own kind of music

Don't forget that you are a special person.
There are some who disagree.
They would say that God didn't make you special.
Don't worry about what they say.
Just make your own kind of music.

15 comments:

Nator said...

Acording to Austin Powers she died from a ham sandwich. That is all I know.

Roland said...

And she wasn't afraid to be herself.
Neither should we be.
Though I don't want to choke on a ham sandwich. ;)

Nator said...

I'm not afraid of myself... If the lights are off.

Roland said...

God isn't afraid of you when your clothes are off.
Why should you be? :)

Roland said...

I can just see the comments from Wonder Woman now...
*sigh* ;)

Nator said...

Who said anything about having my clothes off?

Doorman-Priest said...

She died in London, choking on a sandwich after her first - and sell out - concert.

That's really sad, to die alone and frightened in a strange place.

I loved her.

Less of the smutty talk guys.

Snigger.

Roland said...

Nator,
If you're not afraid of yourself with the lights off, I just figured with the lights on you must me afraid.
If I misunderstood, you can understand. ;)

DP,
She was dead before I knew who she was. And I love her stuff too.
I like the empathy you have with what she may have been feeling.
I just shocked that you would snigger over and overweight person choking on a ham sandwich. ;)
(okay, its funny and sad - kind of like clowns)

Roland said...

Snopes has a very detailed answer:

http://www.snopes.com/music/artists/mamacass.asp

Nator said...

Sorry I offended! It's just that Austin Powers is my British hero!

Roland said...

No offense, really.
Its just good to remember all sides.

Doorman-Priest said...

I post a clarification. I was sniggering at all the naked talk.

Kate Morningstar said...

Lord, she looked so young. Voice like an angel.

Thanks, Roland.

Wonder Woman said...

Chicka chicka bow wow....

Morgan said...

....OK. I'm all for people being themselves, but obesity doesn't aid in that - it hinders it. There's a tendency today to glorify weakness, especially in our self-indulgent society. We're told that a heavy person is being "true to themselves." I see it the opposite way; if you don't take care of your body, you're betraying yourself.

Roland, you know I tend to be controversial and I'm not intending to be hurtful. I just think we've become a nation of lard-asses and when little kids are walking around with Type 2 diabetes, it's time for people to wake up.