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kindaloupehackenweez BS: Great phrases you know and use. (234* d) RE: BS: Great phrases you know and use. 18 Dec 04

"Lets make a Deal"
For i just started a 2 week vacation from my 5-6 days a week 12 hours a day job thats been like that for 2 months and im making it my first priority to learn an old song i've always loved. Actually my first priority was 3 weeks of laundry 5 weeks of dishes and wipe down the floor which i wont even mention the time frame since thats been done last. Anyway the song i just finished listening to back to back for an hour and a half is by the "Band" Title of the song is "The Weight"

4th verse 3rd line Cant make out the words i think i know what he means or does say but it sounds totally "Not sappose ta be there"

Crazy Chester followed me and he caught me in the fog.
He said i'd-a-picture-it (apprecate it) if you take jack my dog.

I Said wait a minute Chester no ?????????? to feed the man.

I "think" its No money to feed the man"    But sounds so "Not like that" peaceful is a word that seems to come out. anyway i'm stumped

In return Here is my most Favorite and least favorite phrase i know

"We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best that we find in our travels is an honest friend" Robert Louis Stevenson. (My all time favorite as once was a buckskinner and attendant Rendevous. Pre 1840 American History. My thing, and will get a photo in buckskins and warshirt i made for such events)

My Least favorite from about the same time period:

"Killing the buffalo was the only way to bring lasting peace and allow civilization to advance" General Philip Sheridan.,1873

Your words of the missing words would be greatly appreacated. and help me move along to the other 2 songs i just gotta learn before these next two weeks are up..I hate agendas. this to do,.I like keeping my issues resolved for it leaves time and space for furture thoughts and plans. Thank you for your time and space.   Peace.

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