you know - olblooIs in this era was memorable (I was 6 - I remember nothing), but I can't detect the zeitgeist of this post. Not that that matters.
It's all about blowing up the moon and Armageddon, ckc.~
Psalms 81:3 refers to a feast at the time of the new moon: "Blow up the trumpet in the new moon, in the time appointed, on our solemn feast day."...well, now I've got the munchies (it being the time appointed) - off to check out the supplies
anonymous = fumble-fingered (yet still able to enter the word verification) - I think this means I'm an idiot-blog-savant
I dunno.Maybe I just don't have the sensibilities to grok the gestalt of crooners, but for me I really prefer the Soundgarden version...
Frank Sinatra is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life.
To be clear, that is a great song, sung wonderfully. Nice arrangement too.It may only be me and my addiction to blast beats, but if I try to sing along I'm always ahead of the pace. Frank didn't rush.
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