It Occurs To Me…

that this tune, as an explanatory anthem, was popular among certain sets of abandoned children in the 70s and 80s.  Those sets of abandoned children may even have shared some common parental DNA, who could say?

It has been suggested by one or two people who might know that in some cases there was no shared DNA.   So take that for what it’s worth.

Anyway, there’s this song…that seems like, if Twitter had been a thing back then, it could have been inspired by a tweet such as this:

If you want to jump straight to the lyrics, fast-forward to 4:00.  But don’t…the intro is too damn good.

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

6 thoughts on “It Occurs To Me…”

  1. It seems to me that if you abandon your children, you can't urinate on them.

    Someone didn't properly figure out his priorities.

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    1. Maybe that whole 'urinating on children' thing had something to do with the loathsome loser abandoning them.

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  2. It be great music. But, pity the poor bass player ... the same 7 note sequence for 12 minutes. Almost as bad as 3rd guitar on Exodus (reggae not soundtrack).

    I know, I know. Not the point.

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  3. Shakey's kids were lucky to be abandoned.
    You know Shakes would have sexually abused them in the same way father John did him and the Bobber...and the older (more) retarded one.

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    1. I would argue the validity of the comment about the Bobber's mental acumen being less than Bill's.

      Bill's actions have shown time and again that there is a strong argument that the Bobber's mental faculties were far and away greater than Bill's.

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