Thursday, April 6, 2017

Quintensesstional Radio with Dr. D.

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Here we are again!  Dr. D. is here to listen to you and offer consoling advice.  So, let ‘er rip, Jimmy back-at-the-switchboard!


Dr. D:  So there, ZEE, you say you’ve been betrayed.  How did this all go down?


ZEE:  Well, no one told me about her, the way she lied…


Dr. D: Your friends?  They knew about this girl, a deceptive, lying…


ZEE:  No ONE told me about her, how many people cried…


Dr. D:  You mean, your friends knew this witch had sliced and diced others before you? And they let you mess with her anyway?  Losers! You told them what?



ZEE: …it’s too late to say you’re sorry…why should I care?


Dr. D: What did these loser friends want to do? Go hunt her down?  Like the she-devil she is? Saying “sorry” just doesn’t cut it.


ZEE: Please don’t bother tryin’ to find her She’s not there…


Dr. D: Wait. Are you talking in a metaphorical or astral sense? Is this a reference to her character or what?


ZEE: Well, let me tell you ‘bout the way she looked, she’d act, color of her hair…but she’s not there…


Dr. D: Okay, okay, I gotcha.  She was one heck of a looker. Bet she crooned in your ear, hypnotized you with those eyes, didn’t she?  Had you hooked by your…


ZEE: It’s too late to say you’re sorry..


Dr. D:  We’ve been all over that ground, ZEE.  Move on, ditch these losers, dump big time.  Friends don’t let friends get involved with malevolent, lying bitc…..


Music cuts in, Dr D: Okay, well then.  Good luck, kid.


Watch the following video on YouTube.





Oh, 1965!  That year marked musical history.  Life as we knew it would never be the same.
The Zombies were part of the British Invasion.



Forty years later....

14 comments:

  1. Okay, now I've got that song stuck in my head...

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    1. Put on some Rolling Stones. They're old, but still timely.

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  2. I know that song :) they still play it here on the easy listening station.

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    1. Looking at the video from 1965, I realized that all for had three names, like Peter Amstead White, or something. I wonder if they dropped those forty years later?

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    1. Oh, no. Young me and old me have eyes and nose in common, but the rest is, well, like you said.

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  4. The years can pass but a tune can still hold class

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  5. This song has kept its meaning.

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  6. The right music always satisfies the right crow

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    1. I always hope that this generation will discover our generation's rock n roll, and appreciate it.

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  8. Love how you've done this ...

    All the best Jan

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!