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Clive Danton
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Posted: 8 Jun 12 08:55
Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. Surely the funniest comic duo of all times bar Derek and Clive - Goodbye.

The Clue's In The Title

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Just leave it. Let it go...IT'S OVER!
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Posted: 8 Jun 12 13:16
Gravity is a myth, the earth sux?
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Posted: 8 Jun 12 18:33
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Posted: 8 Jun 12 18:33 - Edited By: Maria Rios, 10 Jun 12 04:38
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Posted: 8 Jun 12 22:15
Samuel Barber's Knoxville Summer of 1915.

It's an emotional piece about childhood, a thing of beauty, worth making an effort for, if you like classical music. It's not for everybody, like, but it's something wonderful.

The very important lyrics, from a prose-poem by James Agee, are Here



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Posted: 8 Jun 12 23:02 - Edited By: Maria Rios, 10 Jun 12 04:39
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Posted: 9 Jun 12 01:39
I first heard it when I was in my early thirties, must be an ageing thing, it is all about an adult looking back.

It still tears me apart.


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God Erskin, its so lovely. Still listening.

You have wonderful taste.



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Samuel Barber's Knoxville Summer of 1915.

It's an emotional piece about childhood, a thing of beauty, worth making an effort for, if you like classical music. It's not for everybody, like, but it's something wonderful.

The very important lyrics, from a prose-poem by James Agee, are Here



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Posted: 9 Jun 12 22:38
I always found Fados to be music to overdose by - now this lady can make even sad seem happy

Sodade





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Muito obrigada senhor. A musica e muita bela.

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E ousado demais!! Va se embora!


Ah muito bem bonita. Nesse caso, da me um beijinho!



Ah well, you cant blame a poor London boy for tryin' pretty lady

E agora, para ti bonita........uma fadista muita bela.

Diverta senhora x

Fado para a senhora



Watching paint dry
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Posted: 10 Jun 12 15:48 - Edited By: Maria Rios, 12 Jun 12 08:13
Leave them alone you miserable old f*****s.

Shut up!

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Posted: 10 Jun 12 23:18
Language!!

Watching paint dry
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Posted: 12 Jun 12 08:07
Sincere apologies for swearing, Lynton. I got myself worked up when I should have walked away.

Craig Armstrong - Finding Beauty

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Posted: 12 Jun 12 16:52
...and now for something completely different...

Guacamole

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Posted: 13 Jun 12 20:29
Ooer.

Considering the high-jinxed/jacked shenanigans on the esteemed Acronyms thread, here's a comforting, soothing ditty for a senior member from northerly climes

Oh, this too...

Things can only get better pal.


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Posted: 14 Jun 12 16:07 - Edited By: pinxit, 14 Jun 12 16:07
And now a charming little folksong, especially for any downcast "good ol' boys" out there suffering after winding their red necks out a little too far...

Something for a Sad Tired World

Prosit!



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Posted: 19 Jun 12 21:11 - Edited By: Maria Rios, 19 Jun 12 21:19
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Posted: 20 Jun 12 05:49 - Edited By: Clive Danton, 20 Jun 12 05:54
The following rather tasty Wacko Jacko dance extravanganza choon is dedicated to the lastest sparkling keyboard warrior and all round little ray of sunshine to get his deeply depressing, duplicitous ass booted unceremonious to the cyber kerb by the powers that be.

*lights pipe and thumbs through How To Have No Friends And Alienate People*

The Clue's In The Title Champ

PS A crisp fiver to the first Spoofeteer to spot QM and Ellie having a nice cup of Rosy Lee down the cafe at the start.

Enjoy. I know I will.

Shamo!

Just leave it. Let it go...IT'S OVER!

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