Wednesday, June 01, 2011




Can't get this out of my head!

21 comments:

Miss Scarlet said...

This is a bit of an ear worm and it's really bugging me now because it sounds very much like something else, which is anoyingly out of my brain's grasp.
Sx

Pat said...

Scarlet: we're here to please. Unfortunately I can't help you because my brain is out of my grasp at the minute.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Ha, this sounds like everyone's anthem these days.

I'd better hop along to tutor to earn my little two cents today...

Haha, now I can't get that song, 'New York City's killing me' out of my head!

mapstew said...

:¬)

xxx

Pat said...

GG: ;it makes me think of my Dad. I know he would have loved it.

Mapstew: glad you're singing it:)

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I haven't seen this show yet---But I will watch a couple of episodes this week--Is it showing there now, Pat?....
Those credits went by so fast--and BOTH times, I couldn't registerthe Director's name---It wasn't even up there for 2 seconds...! I DID recogonize a couple of names though---Mark Wahlburg is such an enterprising young man--He is the Exec. Producer of "Entourage", too, as well as a couple of other HBO series, PLUS being a very good actor....! Casting by Cathy Sandrich---I know her from Theatre West

A Very catchy tune, isn't it? And it seems to be true for everyone these days.

Jimmy said...

It's a bugger to whistle hen.

Z said...

Excellent, Pat, I can see that I'll be listening to it too for a while! Bound to be on Spotify...

Pat said...

Naomi: I didn't know any of this. I just saw this great young man singing it on the Graham Norton show and got it on you tube. Do let me know about the show. We may get it before my demise - with any luck:)

Jimmy: you can whistle? Is there no end to your talents?

Z: there you go again - using words I don't know.

savannah said...

i LOVE the fact that you're telling me about a show called "how to make it in america" right now! seems appropriate for mr&mrs cta! xoxoxoxox

Pat said...

Savannah: that's serendipity;0
xoxoxoxox

Pat said...

Jimmy; just read your post. I love it when you make me laugh;)

lom said...

I hadn't hear this before, it does work it's way in doesn't

Pat said...

LOM: you too?

Jimmy said...

Pat, even dark clouds have a silver linings doll. My writing may be gloomy, but there is always a cheeky grin about my lips. Apart fae when I'm whistling of course!

Eryl said...

I'm sure I've heard that before, but goodness knows where. The show looks rather good too, I'll have to ask my son about it.

P.S. Which is your favourite Jane Gardham novel? I'm off to Amazon for a peruse.

Pat said...

Jimmy; :)

Eryl: I read 'Old Filth' first and then 'The Man in the Wooden Hat'.

I believe there is another one in the series but haven't time to investigate before we go away. I became totally involved with the characters. Let me know what you think.

Daphne Wayne-Bough said...

I knew the song but didn't know who the artiste was or that it was the theme tune to a programme. It reminds me a bit of the late Gil Scott Heron's "The Bottle" which I posted on Facebook last week on hearing of his death. Is Aloe Blacc any relation to Aloe Vera?

Pat said...

Daphne: I'll try and listen to 'The Bottle' but it's packing day and I shouldn't be here.
'Is Aloe Blacc any relation to Aloe Vera?'
No but a distant relative of Aloe Sailor I believe.

Granny Annie said...

The video left out the part about going into different businesses and filling out job applications or scouring the newspaper for employment ads.

Pat said...

Granny Annie: poetic license I think;)