Monday, August 11, 2014

Mag 232 — describe that art, name that tune


That song has a familiar ring to it,

a don't ever forget I can't-get-

no-satisfaction, put-your-hand-in-the-

hand-of-the-man-who-stilled-the-water,

lucy-in-the-sky-with-diamonds, you're

watching the-Rocky-and-Bullwinkle-Show,

by-the-time-we-got-to-Woodstock-we-

were-half-a-million-strong, eight-miles-

high, ebony-and-ivory kind of feel to it.

My X the rocker used to play it. But,

damn, I just cannot name that tune.



Written for The Mag: Mag 232 that inspired with the above image prompt
(Keith Haring).

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7 comments:

Karen S. said...

I can! I can! I enjoyed your insight and smooth read!

Helen said...

DAMN! This is good ..........

Rob-bear said...

Lots of history in that post. Distinctly we remember we-will-rock-you, and all that good stuff.

Blessings and Bear hugs!

susan said...

Great Caesar's Ghost! this is good.
Now do you have an ear worm cure handy?

Kutamun said...

Hello writerquake ! Long time no see ...Shazam !
Who would have thought woodstock would become a yuppie colony ??

Ginny Brannan said...

This was a refreshing capture of this picture! The music choices go well with the imagery. Rock on!

Truedessa said...

That was a clever weaving of tunes..

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