|A PLUMP LITTLE DARK-EYED JUNCO
|ON MY WAY TO GODERICH
|GODERICH'S ROTARY COVE
|THE SAGINAW WAS DOCKED A THE GODERICH GRAIN ELEVATOR THIS MORNING
|ALSO IN PORT THIS MORNING WAS THE ALGOMA INTREPID DOCKED AT THE GODERICH SALT MINE
|'HI, MY NAME'S WOODY AND IT'S A PLEASURE TO MEET YOU MISS DOVEY'
|'AWWW SHUCKS WOODY YOU SURE KNOW HOW TO MAKE A GAL BLUSH'
|'NO I AM NOT A PENGUIN'
Al's Music Box:)) Rise Up Rise Up is another song from the mid-80s I remember. "Rise Up" is a pop song recorded by the Canadian group the Parachute Club on their self-titled 1983 album. An upbeat call for peace, celebration, and "freedom to love who we please," The song was a national hit in Canada, and was hailed as a unique achievement in Canadian pop music. Rarely does one experience a piece of music in white North America where the barrier between participant and observer breaks down. Rise Up rises right up and breaks down the wall. the song was not written with any one individual group in mind but as a universal anthem of freedom and equality. Band member Lorraine Fernie described the song's lyrics as having been inspired in part by West Coast First Nations rituals in which young girls would "rise up" at dawn to adopt their adult names as a rite of passage.
GROANER'S CORNER:(( If you want someone who will listen to you every time, do everything you tell them to do, and always be there for you for better or for worse, get a dog.
- If you’re not supposed to eat at night, why is there a light bulb in the refrigerator?
- If you’re using the phrase “easy as taking candy from a baby,” try taking candy from a baby.