Earworm Wednesday!

Hey, it’s 10:45 on Wednesday, right?

Shut up. I have stuff going on.  Storing up braaaaains for the winter.

Anyhoo, after giving it some thought, I have decided to offer up smorgasbord.

Here’s one in keeping with the travel theme of the week:

Here’s another tune that I’ve started hearing just lately and like a lot:

And finally, here’s one more just because the previous song kind of reminds me of it and I felt the need to track it down:


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

13 thoughts on “Earworm Wednesday!”

    1. Dirty Schnitzel ‏@dirtyschnitzel 7:38AM - 24 Sep 2015

      "Just crawled out o bed. That's the retired life. I do what I want because that's what I want to do. Captain of my ship, Master of my domain."

      "I do what I want because that's what I want to do."

      Like travelling to Boston MA to defend a TRO? Hmmm?

      "Captain of my ship, Master of my domain."

      Do you mean Captain of a little tiny room in St. Francis WI? Master of the Twitter handle name change? Master of Jonnie Walker Red? AND Captain is a well deserved demotion from Admiral last time I checked.

      Actually, BS is Captain and Master of nothing. It's just a narcissistic sociopathic deranged cyberstalker and adjudicated harrasser who is a bitter old LONER with a pile of ashes by his side (and some Tupperware tops).

      1. Sorry Popcorn, he's not a loner. Loners eschew the company of others. It desperately seeks the company of others, then actively drives them away.

      2. Gus, while what you said about it driving others away is true, not all loners eschew the company of others. It's not just a desire or a state of mind. It's also a status. We'll just have to agree to disagree.

  1. Tell me if this sounds... hypocritical, but that Elle King chick has a severe case of denial and misandrony.

    When I saw the live version video for that song I thought, "This is either a miserable failure of a parody of the cheesecake videos of yesteryear (I'm looking at you Poison); or a pathetic cry for help from a girl with body and daddy (Rob Schneider) issues." Seeing this, the other ain't parody and the gratuitous beef cake (which I found over the top enough to lead me to the parody concept) is merely gratuitous.

    Definitely a good song for radio. Considering the grinding quality of the back beat, I'm guessing Dave Basset gets the credit for that which is good in the song, and Ms. King can take the credit for the lyrics.


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