Friday, January 30, 2009

A new song--hang the DJ

Hi Folks!

This is a song I wrote, inspired by the theme song of the Beverly Hillbillies.

Y'all probly remember that song, right? About a man named Jed, poor mountaineer, barely kept his family fed?

To the tune of the Beverly Hillbillies theme:

Beastly Erbillies Theme Song

Come and listen to a story about a man named Joe
Kept a family safe though he was away from home.
Then one day he was cooking up some food,
And up through the ground came a bubblin crude.

Oil that is, black gold, Kurdish tea.

Well the first thing you know old Joe’s a worried man,
Cuz he’s just got so many clients on his hands.
He thinks Mexico is the place he wants to stay,
So loaded up his trunk and he went to get away!

Away far, that is. Sweet beaches, surfing stars, topless bars.

Well now its time to say good bye to Joe and all his kin.
And they would like to welcome you if you ever do drop in.
But just beware that Joe carries an AK
And if you come in unexpected, you might get blown away!

Erbilly that is. Take a stump. Take your shoes off.

Y'all come back now, insh’allah.

I like it, whether or not anyone else does.

These are the jokes we make when we're lonely and tired.

I can't even begin to tell you how tired I am. After the last lady left....God bless her....we had dinner and joked about life for a few hours.

Everyone ran out of smokes....but I still have a few left. SOL for the ones who forgot to load a second magazine.

Always keep another pack with you. In your backpack, shoulder bag, whatever you wear/carry. Keep them with you!

All is well now...the banner for the cafe has been restored to it's rightful position. Now we are just working on a velvet Jesus. (Our security boss looks somewhat like the classical Jesus in the velvet paintings.) So we want to hang a velvet Jesus just above his chair. If not Jesus, then Elvis...what the heck...something velvet and ultraviolet.

Please don't think I am being sacreligious. I think the creation of the velvet Jesus is more sacreligious than our intended purposes. In some respects, if you think about it, Joe could become my savior. At least on the mortal level.

Love and Peace to all!

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