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Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Morningtown Rides

Or morning writes.
Even morning 'rites, which ever suits my Esteemed Readers,
as part of the Blogging benefits to share some fun-D!

Believe you me (imitation an Aussie precedent before going on a haughty "I know it all" discourse. But sometimes he becomes the but of jokes. I didn't use he/she/it because 99.9 percent the speaker is a boastful -- or is it mouthfool like some of sleepin beaut's cabinet wooden minSTERS? -- male. Leave out writHers like Desifor we are often times sarcastic, satirical, even spiteful, but SELDOM BOASTFUL. If one is boastfulinone's rites of passage in this wordsmithry circle, you tie yourself up in knots. Then how do you expect to earn B&B. Desi still wants some "kaya" thrown on top of his multi-layered peanut butter French or Hainanese toast.

Why Hainanese you dareth ars(K)eth?

Seek Desi out tomorrow at tea break at YUT KEE kopitiam (the Boss is also SerembanKnight, so he giveth thee 30% discount, jest mention YL Chong's nama. No, he doesn'tknow my "creative" nameand he might top up the charges by 31% if he knew you were the mostly femail, semi-employed or quartered Blogger. As for male chauvinsitic Bummers (2007 going to bum2008 26 dies from now, another Oz slang:) mate. No,I did not come back from Down Under to die ... the gold-crested coffin could not get through Queensland customs, I didn't no how to fill up the blardy Aussie emigeresen forma. And yes, I wasn't trying the Diplomatic lane (blue or red or green, ah? That I think is reserved for the ilks of MBs, CMs, no understand Ingerris, nahind, got bagfools of dollars nuf-lah!

Now where was I? LOST in the forestry of self-coined words and worthless, so I have to head for KL/PJ soon for two long days to, yes, say it again Sam, earn Bread&Butter&Broad. Ooops, Board! Worsmiths shouldn't prostitute themselves toomush. A wee (VVV) byte okay-lah, where got saints on earth wan?
I was wandering if I should head in an hour's time for the bus or train station ...

Then the Seekers -- olde ornew, you find out, OK! -- send their nostalgic lyrics o'er half-awake mind, so here's sharing:

Department of Health & Human Services
Children's Privacy and Other Disclaimers
Can't Hear the Music?

Morningtown Ride

Words and Music by Malvina Reynolds
Performed by The Seekers (1966)

Train whistle blowin', makes a sleepy noise
Underneath their blankets go all the girls and boys
Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', out along the bay
All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

Driver at the engine, Fireman rings the bell
Sandman swings the lantern to say that all is well
Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', out along the bay
All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

Maybe it is raining where our train will ride
All the little trave'lers are warm and snug in-side
Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', out along the bay
All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

Somewhere there is sunshine, somewhere there is day
Somewhere there is Morningtown, many miles a-way
Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', out along the bay
All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

This Post is dedicated specially to Dr Lim TG, Din Merican, wan madmonk trying darndest to free himself from the nunnery next to a Chinese temple and Chef Choi's where the temptation is akinto that fellow tryiong to jump over the wall. "Hey, matey, the Berlin Wall came down a couplde of decades ago!"

Freedom is in the air.
Sad, wenow can't join the Freedom Walk for Human Rights on Sunday.
Never mind, I give thee a goody ride on Morningtown.
Mayhaps,remember to bring aong that Kad, don't live at Home wit' it! when I
See you at Mamak Shop in Section 14, PJ next to da Pos Opis, 4pm-7pm today,

yes, WedNURSEday, not a day of woe,
Bloggers world if 1/2ful of glee and te other 1/2fool of hehesheshe. LOL!:)

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