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  1. katry Says:

    Dante Alighieri quote

    • katry Says:

      I have a Christmas album with all the Bonanza stars singing. It is good for nostalgia. As with this song, Lorne speaks the words melodically; however, it doesn’t come with a sermon.

    • katry Says:

      I remember a clip from the show which showed them singing this song as part of the film.

      Though not a western fan, I watched Bonanza faithfully.

    • katry Says:

      You really did dig up something with this one. It is just awful.

      I don’t remember this episode, but I’m guessing Spock is under some sort of a spell by the responses of the rest of the crew, similarly dressed.

    • katry Says:

      I love the opening shot of the crew jamming.

      This is also awful. The best part is the slideshow. Great shots of Leonard Nimoy as himself.

    • katry Says:

      I can’t imagine that all these TV stars actually thought they should make records, whether spoken or singing. Maybe they thought their TV popularity would carry the record.

      All I can think about is Joe Friday making an arrest.

  2. Beto Says:

    wrote this for you so long ago now…Godspeed Kat..

    In the wee hours on a stormy night
    The highway called again
    I like home and the simple things
    But the highway is my friend

    Geese were crying from the waters edge
    As the wind blew cool and wet
    A lonely dog barked at the sky
    My heart and soul were set

    I took my tote from the closet top
    And flung it on the empty bed
    Then fit my world in a Stromberg bag
    While the highway’s song ran through my head

    I left the keys on the counter top
    With a good-bye note for all
    As I filled the door the geese took flight
    And we answered the highways call

    • katry Says:

      This brought me to tears. You have perfectly understood my need to travel. Home is a comforting place for me, but I can’t help wanting to roam. It is a feeling I have had since I was 11 and it is part of who I am.

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