Monday, June 1, 2009

On the commode again

Last week a client sent me a funny e-mail that is today’s blogflection. Apparently, some musicians from the 1960 and 1970 era are revising their hit songs with new lyrics to accommodate aging baby boomers – middle- age men and women like you and me.

They include the following:

Boby Darin - -

“Splish, splash, I was having a flash.”

Herman’s Hermits - -

“Mrs. Brown, you’ve got a lovely walker.”

Ringo Star - -

“I get by with a little help from Depends.”

The Bee Gees - -

“How can you mend a broken hip.”

Roberta Flack - -

“The first time ever I forgot your face.”

Johnny Nash - -

“I can’t see clearly now.”

Paul Simon - -

“Fifty ways to lose your liver.”

The Commodores - -

“Once, twice, three times to the bathroom.”

Marvin Gaye - -

“I heard it through the Grape Nuts.”

Procol Harem - -

“ A whiter shade a hair.”

Leo Sayer - -

“You make me feel like napping.”

The Temptations - -

“Papa’s got a kidney stone.”

Abba - -

“Denture Queen.”

Tony Orlando and Dawn - -

“Knock 3 times on the ceiling if you hear me fall.”

Helen Reddy - -

“I am a woman, hear me snore.”

Leslie Gore - -

“It’s my procedures and I’ll cry if I want to.”

And last but not least:

Willie Nelson - -

“On the commode again.”

Pax Domini sit semper vobiscum

1 comment:

Charles Long said...

How about Carly Simon, "That constipation, that con-sti-paaaaation, it's making me wait."