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Jimi's take on the new FerrariChat

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by Texas Forever, Nov 7, 2003.

  1. Texas Forever

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    Last Friday, I left on a bidness trip only to return and find my world displaced. Feeling somewhat discombobulated, I called up the Psychic Hotline and asked brother Jimi what he thought, and here’s what he sang:

    I have lived here before the days of ice.
    And of course this is why I'm so concerned.
    And I come back to find the stars misplaced.
    And the smell of a world that is burned.

    A smell of a world that is burned.

    Yeah well, maybe, it's just a... change of climate

    Well I can dig it. I can dig it baby. I just want to see.

    So where do I purchase my ticket?
    I'd just like to have a ringside seat.
    I want to know about the new FerrariChat.
    I want to hear and see everything.
    I want to hear and see everything.
    I want to hear and see everything.

    Aww, shucks.... if my daddy could see me now

    Play on Rob. Keep waving your freak flag high!

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  2. rob lay

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  3. JOEV

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    Dale - Up from the Skies! Nice one.

    That album is so fanfreakintastic.
     
  4. Texas Forever

    Texas Forever Three Time F1 World Champ
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    >>Dale - Up from the Skies! Nice one.<<

    One of the great things about Rock 'n Roll in the 60's, besides the great musicians and bands, was that it was a huge tent. It was not as fragmented and splintered as it is today. (In fact, do they still have a Top-40 list?) I can remember laying in my bed holding my transistor radio (all we had was AM) to my ear and listening to James Brown, Jimi, Doors, Sam & Dave, CCR, Motown, Righteous Bros, the Animals, and so forth and so on. Of course, there were also a lot of chewy chewy, sugar sugar, yucky yucky, you are my guppy puppy songs. But as a single driving force that unified a generation, I don't think that we'll ever see that kind of Rock 'n Roll again.

    Whoops, better stop. Don't want to get caught by the OT Po-lice.

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