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Deborah Harry kind of looks like a living bobble head. 
 
Joey Ramone once remarked how beautiful she is, and "such a large head".
 
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

ConfusedYou haven't seen here lately, have you?
Let's put it this way...you probably wouldn't know her if you saw her.
This is a (not so) recent pic...without her bifocals, and not in her 'gardening gear'...(and, well...she's a tad 'healthier'). Now 65, she's one of the nicest, most generous people one could meet.
 
 
She's always seemed nice.  Not a "diva" as female singers are supposed to be these days.
 
And I don't care how she looks if she doesn't care how I look.  Wink
 
'Sides, I think she still looks pretty good.  Hell, she must be near her late 60s at this point.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

ConfusedYou haven't seen here lately, have you?
Let's put it this way...you probably wouldn't know her if you saw her.
This is a (not so) recent pic...without her bifocals, and not in her 'gardening gear'...(and, well...she's a tad 'healthier'). Now 65, she's one of the nicest, most generous people one could meet.
 
 
She's always seemed nice.  Not a "diva" as female singers are supposed to be these days.
 
And I don't care how she looks if she doesn't care how I look.  Wink
 
'Sides, I think she still looks pretty good.  Hell, she must be near her late 60s at this point.
 
 
 
LOLI think you just ruled yourself out..."VERY short-term memory loss (if any at all)". Not sure she is looking for 'baby-sitting' jobs (for the demented elderly).
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It doesn't surprise me to hear that DH is in her mid 60s.  I remember her even in the 80s that she was no 20 year old.  She was mature looking even then.  Like mid to late 30s.
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There's a song that came out in the 90's by a band called Deep Blue Something that is one of the lamest songs I've ever heard. It's about a couple breaking up because they have nothing in common. The guy obviously doesn't want to break up so he fishes around in his head for something they might still have in common and the only thing he can think of is how much they both like the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Ugh, this song is so lame and stupid it makes my head hurt.
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I still hear that song on one of the pop-elevator music radio channels every now & then.

Deep Blue Something sounds like a bad band name made up candidate.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

 
LOLI think you just ruled yourself out..."VERY short-term memory loss (if any at all)". Not sure she is looking for 'baby-sitting' jobs (for the demented elderly).
 
Did I really do that?  Maybe it was Thor.  Hey, where am I?
 
 
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Originally posted by musicman musicman wrote:

It doesn't surprise me to hear that DH is in her mid 60s.  I remember her even in the 80s that she was no 20 year old.  She was mature looking even then.  Like mid to late 30s.
 
She was in a hippie band in the 1960s!  Pretty lame, actually.  Still, not quite as lame as Pomplamoose.
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by musicman musicman wrote:

It doesn't surprise me to hear that DH is in her mid 60s.  I remember her even in the 80s that she was no 20 year old.  She was mature looking even then.  Like mid to late 30s.
 
She was in a hippie band in the 1960s!  Pretty lame, actually.  Still, not quite as lame as Pomplamoose.
 
 
 
 
 
Wow, that song is a heck of a far cry from Heart of Glass.
 
 
 
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These songs became minor hits on AM radio when I was a kid.  Funny how some Top 40 songs you'll never hear on any oldies station these days.
 
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

These songs became minor hits on AM radio when I was a kid.  Funny how some Top 40 songs you'll never hear on any oldies station these days.
 
 
 
 
 
 
CryYou've clearly been in Calimexico FAR TOO LONG...THAT was atrocious!!!
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

Originally posted by AngryMcPisseron AngryMcPisseron wrote:

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Another pisser of a song...I can't remember the name of it right off the bat, but it's by the band America, and some of it goes a bit like this:
 
O we went to the desert on our horses one day
It felt good to get out of the rain.
In the desert, you can't remember your name
'Cause there ain't no one there to give you no name
Ahhhh ahhhh, ahhh, ah ah ah ah ahhh, ah ah ahhh, ahhhhh, ahh
 
This stupid song also causes a very severe earworm (or in this case, perhaps "brainworm" might be appropriate) whenever I'm exposed to it.
CryCryDeadDeadAngryDeadDeadCryCry
 
Angry - you almost had it!!!  The lyrics (AND SONG TITLE) are
 
"Oh I've been through the desert on A HORSE WITH NO NAME"
 
by the band America.
 
"A Horse With No Name" is a classic.
 
America's break out hit. They were trying to capitalize on the popularity of Neil Young at the time so they intentionally tried to sound like him.
 
The other line AMcP got wrong goes...
 
"In the desert you CAN remember your name, cause there ain't no one there to give you no pain."
 
Corny as the lyrics may be, it's one of my all time favorites.
 
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

ShockedCryThat's pretty darned sad.
Now we're NEVER gonna know that horse's name...
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Actually hated to read this, Mad.
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60 is so young.
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On the last part of the journey...

RIP, Dan.  Loved Ventura Highway and Horse With No Name.
 
 
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Yea...think Madawee should start a new thread on this one...I recently picked up an 'America' anthology...wonderful music for peaceful, sunny days and moods...this is a true loss for all.
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