Sunday, February 9, 2014

28 Days of Writing - Dylan

Huh?  As in Bob?

Well, um, let me do some checking.

.....

What is that noise?

Oh, Evil Twin is singing.  I can't understand the words or the melody.  Gasp!  I think she is singing Blowin' in the Wind.  I love that song that she is butchering.  The cat could probably sing better.

Yep.  That's all I've got.  I'm off to find my Peter, Paul, and Mary's Greatest Hits CD.

"Puff, the magic dragon lived by the sea...."

YEEGADs, stop trying to sing, PLEASE!  Dylan didn't write that one.

If you've still got some ears left, go see what the others have Dylanized today.

9 comments:

Nicky said...

Great. Now I have Puff the Magic Dragon stuck in my head! Gah! Thanks a lot Evil Twin. :-)

nonamedufus said...

You have a singing cat?

Paula Wooters said...

Evil Twin's at it again. I hate to think what she's going to do when we get to the "succubus" prompt.

Linda Medrano said...

My fav might have been Mr. Tambourine Man. I love all Dylan's songs!

Katherine said...

I LOVE Puff the Magic Dragon... and I HATE Dylan! Sing on!

VE said...

Puffing on the magic dragon, eh? Hee Hee. Actually, I grew up on Peter, Paul and Mary and was just playing one of their CDs in the car the other day; hadn't listened to it in years. I was wailing to the songs...fortunately they were cranked very high in the car. I used to sing a lot of them to my kids when they went to bed...

ReformingGeek said...

@Nicky - I'm sure it was a long day.

@noname - Nothing gets past you, does it?

@Paula - She's turning out to be very helpful!

@Linda M: I didn't realize he had so many good ones.

@Katherine - Yeah, I like it, too, but it makes me sad.

@Ve - Well, um, ahem. Listening to their stuff ruins my eye makeup. ;)

meleah rebeccah said...

Oh man, I love ALL THINGS/SONGS by Bob Dylan. He's one of my idols!

P.J. said...

Have to love a little Puff the Magic Dragon.


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