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Monday, September 08, 2014


Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

Tonight, this VERY night, there will be a full moon!

I hope weather conditions will enable me to have a clear view of it, so I can properly observe my own very special personal religious rite of baying at the full moon, and also singing my original composition, "INSPIRED BY THE FULL MOON", which was, of course, inspired by the full moon.

I think it's a sort of "guy" thing, bred into our basic feral instincts from very ancient times, because I ain't never seen a female of our species publicly indulging in this wondrous ritual. 

But, for us guys, it's actually a rather basic metaphysical requirement. 

Thank you.
Armed Forces Retirement Home 
1800 Beach Drive, Unit 311
Gulfport, Mississippi  39507

NOW THEN, in honor of this auspicious occasion, I present to you - - - ,

For the best effect, please be sure to enjoy watching, in "FULL SCREEN" mode, my homemade amateur video recording of ME (!), performing my original composition, "INSPIRED BY THE FULL MOON", as I accompany myself by strumming simple chords on my Yamaha G-130A classical guitar.



Words and Music by:

Sunday 04 July 1993
Salt Lake City, Utah

When the full moon
Climbs over the mountain
Shining cold
And lonesome up above:
Like a lone wolf
Howling through the darkness,
My heart aches
For a woman I can love.
Hear that locomotive
Cross the desert
As it wails
And thunders through the night:
And I know
It's time to wander onward;
Find the love
Who'll make my world all right.

VERSE # 01:
Somewhere out there,
Beyond the far horizon,
Lies a destined
Answer to a prayer.
There's a woman;
Lonely, lost, and looking
For someone to come
And rescue her out there.

VERSE # 02:
In a plane,
I'll fly across the heavens.
In a ship,
I'll sail across the sea.
Through hot jungle
And the freezing tundra,
Fight my way
To true love's victory!

VERSE # 03:
It's not right
To live without a woman.
No one knows
The lonely tears I've cried.
So, I'll search,
As all the world I wander,
Until at last,
My true love's by my side.



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