Apparently Mike Nesmith was the first to ask “Where’s Waldo?”
Well I saw his face. Now I’m a believer.
I know it’s still early, but I think it’s safe to say you just won the internet today, Greg.*
*Your prize is a ticket on the last train to Clarksville. You can pick it up at the station. Be there by 4:30 ’cause I made your reservation. Don’t be slow.
Oh, no, no, no…
It’s true. I heard it from a daydream believer and a homecoming queen.
Here I come, walking down the street…
But who’s getting the funniest looks from everyone they meet, you or Waldo?
I’ve never known who Jean was, but she really needs to cheer up and get better sleep.
Oh, what can it mean? The six o’clock alarm never rings? Never?!
Every once in a while I’ll pull The Monkees up on Spotify. They bring back some great memories.
I recently found the pilot episode on YouTube. What a hoot!
Oh, such good fun, mum and I used to watch every show, every repeat, listen to them on the radio ( I nearly wrote wireless ) lol, and bought an LP which we played to death. Um, even had a picture of Mike on my wardrobe door. Thanks for the fun…we’re too busy singing….which we did any chance we got!
I always loved that line: “We’re too busty singing to put anybody down.” Great philosophy!
“We’re too busty singing to put anybody down.”
Are you Monkeeing around with a great line or just thinking of your Auntie Grizelda?
Apparently my fingers are too busy busting keyboards to type properly.
Ah, the young Mike Nesmith. And for years now he’s been known as the son of the lady who invented WhiteOut. Not a bad inheritance!
Yep, white out and Different Drum, two good legacies.
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