Washing the Clothes: The Pretenders

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6 Comments on “Washing the Clothes: The Pretenders”

  1. GnuFOO Says:

    a great song

  2. Hedley Says:

    From one of the fabist of fab discs, Learning to Crawl – especially Middle of the Road

    The middle of the road is no private cul-de-sac
    I can’t get from the cab to the curb
    Without some little jerk on my back
    Don’t harass me, can’t you tell
    I’m going home, I’m tired as hell
    I’m not the cat I used to be
    I got a kid, I’m thirty-three

    New final line
    I got a Prince, I’m sixty-two

    Saw them up at Mosport – Chrissie had a steel faced guitar that flashed and shone in the late evening sun. Big soft spot for The Pretenders

    • katry Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      I am also as tired as hell. I’ve a dog who takes so much attention. I’m almost seventy.

      I like your final line better than mine.

      I do like it when I hit singers your singers!

      • Hedley Says:

        Maggie the Westie requires a great deal of attention as well. Some days are better than others

        You hit a lot of favorites

      • katry Says:

        It is the peeing which is the worst. I just hope the pills combined with the antibiotics will work. Nights are the worst as I don’t take her out every few hours as I do when I’m awake.

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