Saturday, September 25, 2004

OUR SOULS DON'T WRINKLE

This is a music-free birthday tune I wrote for pkbeachbum of Red Bank Blues. [Click on his link over at Other Journals until I get these up].  His buddy Dave was coming down to celebrate with him this weekend, but he had to cancel. So everybody -- all together now: 

 

[MUSIC FREE country music throughout]

Our souls don't wrinkle

They don't shrink or fade away

You don't have to wash with Downy

And iron 'em every day

Your birthday just reminds you

Old age is setting in

Your body's getting fat

Your hair is getting thin

But your soul will keep its luster

It'll never lose its shine

Like that guy Dick Clark whose hair stays dark

Untouched by passing time.

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

 

 

 

 

6 comments:

pkbeachbum said...

Thank you. You made my night.
pk

greyhoundloner03 said...

LOVE IT!!!!  :) Mrs. L a non-singer sonngwriter...who knew?

xoxoxoxo

andi

ann7inflorida said...

Brilliant!

judithheartsong said...

Happy B'day!!!!

cneinhorn said...

That was great Mrs. L!  I like PK's journal, and felt bad for him when his B-day plans were cancelled....so thoughtful of you to do this for him ;-)

~jerseygirl

musenla said...

Aww, how sweet.  You have a way with words, funny and endearing at the same time.  Maybe somebody can set this to music?  Calling would-be composers out there!  =P