45-33 1/3 the perfect speed.

“Scarlet were the clothes she wore”

  1. C. J. Black.

“Rechico” The main place to be on the strip where “All The Things That Go To Make Heaven and Earth” are to be found.

Where all “The Perfect Couples” go, there is also a dimly lit quarter to perfect your “Moondance”

“Zephyr & I” decided to check out the “Popscene”

There we found “American Life in The Summertime” at its most brilliant – “Highway To Hell” in a real good way, left both of us feeling “Comfortably Numb”

“Up Against The Wall” D. J. “Dagenham Dave” was moving us through the gears as well as through the years – he really “Got Some Rock “n” Roll Thunder” going on.

As he let the “Hammer Fall” on the next track “I’ll Dream Of You” we were all “Living in the Song”

The “Girl Right Next To Me” whispered in my ear would a “Punk Sandwich” be the “Way To Your Heart”

That started the “Fire Inside My Heart” raging.

I said slip me your number, “Tomorrow” I can arrange to be free, if you fancy a “Frolic”

The note read – meet you in the “Grey & Blue”

When “I Got The News” I thought “What You Is” is one selfish guy, at the moment it’s all “Glad Tidings” tomorrow you could find yourself with “The Ugly Things” from your past coming back to haunt you as you are left trussed up “Hands Are Tied” by a jilted ex-lover, who makes that mobile phone call to your betrothed, giving her the sordid details and where you can be released from, if she so decides.

  1. C. J. Black©β                                                                        

The rights of all artists is acknowledged in the use of the titles and song words used in the making of this story.

“Scarlet Were The Clothes She Wore” a line from “Yes it is” a song written by John Lennon & Paul McCartney.

“All The Things That Go To Make Heaven and Earth” by “The Pornographers” ”Perfect Couples” by “Belle & Sebastian”

“Moondance” by “Van Morrison” “What You Is” by Robyn Hitchcock” “Zephyr & I” by “Susanne Vega”

“Grey or Blue” by “Schnauser” “Popscene” by “Blur” “Got some Rock “n” Roll Thunder” by “AC/DC”

“Highway To Hell” by “Hayseed Dixie” “Comfortably Numb” by “Hayseed Dixie”

“American Life In the Summertime” by “Francis Dunnery” “Dagenham Dave” by “The Stranglers”

“Up Against The Wall” by “The Tom Robinson Band” “Hands Are Tied” by “The Gin Blossoms”

“Tomorrow” by “Joe Walsh” “Glad Tidings” by “Van Morrison” “The Ugly Things” by “Brindsley Schwarz”

“I’ll Dream Of You” by “Airstream” “Punk Sandwich” by “Dixie Dregs” “Girl Right Next To Me” by “The Goo Goo Dolls”

“Frolic” by “Komeda” “Way To Your Heart” by “Persephone’s Bees” “Rechico” by “Goodwolf”

“Fire Inside My Soul” by “Ian McNabb” “From a play list compiled by Titus Jennings for More Music Radio”

                      

 

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7 thoughts on “45-33 1/3 the perfect speed.

    1. Was it really that good Fransi? Thanks, I was off the radar for the past few days hence the delay in responding – thought I’d try another similar post on my return-

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