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Morning Of My Life / Will Dockery
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Will Dockery
2016-07-04 22:02:42 UTC
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Morning Of My Life, audio recording:
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery

Morning Of My Life

Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.

She walked right in
into the morning of my life.

All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.

She walked right past
through the morning of my life.

When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.

She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.

She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.

Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.

She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.

-Will Dockery
Tom Hendricks
2016-07-05 14:31:09 UTC
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Fine lyrics Will. It's hard to say something new in a love song, but you have, and you've expressed it well.
Will Dockery
2016-07-05 15:10:21 UTC
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Post by Tom Hendricks
Fine lyrics Will. It's hard to say something new in a love song, but you have, and you've expressed it well.
Thank you, Tom... high praise, indeed.
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"You walked right in... into the morning of my life." --- A new song written by Will Dockery & Brian Mallard.
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-06 02:11:59 UTC
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Post by Tom Hendricks
Fine lyrics Will. It's hard to say something new in a love song, but you have, and you've expressed it well.
I will add that this is a rough draft, and I am working onnthe usic track more now, with the lyrics finished as-is.

Robert Wright is in the studio tonight laying down bass tracks.
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"You walked right in... into the morning of my life." --- A new song written by Will Dockery & Brian Mallard.

https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery

:D
Will Dockery
2016-07-07 12:37:36 UTC
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Post by Tom Hendricks
Fine lyrics Will. It's hard to say something new in a love song, but you have, and you've expressed it well.
Thanks again, Tom (and reposted for example purposes, of Jerry as a semi-regular reader and poster on this newsgroup, for D.R.--- if you're reading this, pal).

:)
j***@gmail.com
2016-09-05 04:33:30 UTC
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Well there are a few for you, Rachel... Take care, sweetie.
Will Dockery
2016-09-05 20:36:14 UTC
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Post by j***@gmail.com
Well there are a few for you, Rachel... Take care, sweetie.
Glad you finally started figuring out that Ipad, George.

:D
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Check out "She Loves Bossa Nova" written by Will Dockery & Brian Mallard.
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25277871-she-loves-bossa-nova--will-dockery?0

...
George Sulzbach
2016-09-09 01:38:20 UTC
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Agreed that this is a good one.
Will Dockery
2016-09-09 13:02:17 UTC
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Post by Tom Hendricks
Fine lyrics Will. It's hard to say something new in a love song, but you have, and you've expressed it well.
Thanks, Tom... this one is really enjoyable to perform, the band really swings with it. I could imagine a hirn section, if one could be afforded.

:)
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"I'm mainly an entertainment guy, not so much into politics or religion." -Brian Mallard

I'm with you, Brian Mallard, as Dean Martin said of his relationship with Frank Sinatra, the secret to a good collaboration is keep things simple, and light. He said they talked about music, art and chicks... NEVER did they discuss their political or religious views. Could be why me and you have been friends for nearly 20 years and never had a harsh word with each other, Brian Mallard, or for that matter Jack Snipe & Robert Wright?

Check out the free download of the day "Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

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George Sulzbach
2016-09-10 11:53:30 UTC
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I agree with Tom on this one.
Will Dockery
2016-09-10 22:04:31 UTC
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Post by George Sulzbach
I agree with Tom on this one.
Thanks, George, this has become one of my favorites that I've written so far, also.
George Sulzbach
2016-09-27 21:56:38 UTC
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Tom Hendricks?

Is this the same Tom who used to come into the comic shop ran by Pat in downtown Columbus in 1989 and 1990 when I had just got out of the Navy?

If so, remember the mini comics were both making, you had an office upstairs above Pat's place?

And are you still in the area?

I have not heard William mentioning you in these last 30 years I do not think?
George Sulzbach
2016-09-27 21:59:29 UTC
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And now I wonder... Whatever happened to It is?

Damn autocorrect!

I tried to write the name Otis up there!
Will Dockery
2016-09-27 23:31:20 UTC
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Post by George Sulzbach
Tom Hendricks?
Is this the same Tom who used to come into the comic shop ran by Pat in downtown Columbus in 1989 and 1990 when I had just got out of the Navy?
If so, remember the mini comics were both making, you had an office upstairs above Pat's place?
And are you still in the area?
I have not heard William mentioning you in these last 30 years I do not think?
I remember the Tom Hendricks you mention, knew him back in the 1980s and pretty much have not seen him since. This man of the same name seems to be a different person though I never asked him, he is a friend.

Tom Hendricks is part of the Austin Texas art/music/poetry/action scene for decades now.
Will Dockery
2016-07-06 12:26:58 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Post by Will Dockery
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
Check out the free download of the day "Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-08 05:46:17 UTC
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Post by Tom Hendricks
Fine lyrics Will. It's hard to say something new in a love song, but you have, and you've expressed it well.
Thanks again, Tom (and reposted for example purposes, of Tom as a semi-regular reader and poster on this newsgroup, for D.R.--- if you're reading this, pal).

:)
Post by Tom Hendricks
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
:)
Dylan K
2016-07-10 01:36:23 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
diggin it brotha
Will Dockery
2016-07-10 18:26:26 UTC
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https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Dylan K
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
diggin it brotha
Thanks, Bro... coming from you and your excellent taste and talebt, that means a lot to me.

For those interested, click the link below to hear Dylan and his brother Tyler and as we collaborate on a tune, my poem, their music:

Check out "Just Like a Flower" featuring Will Dockery and Brian Mallard with The #Kirkman Brothers.

https://www.reverbnation.com/thekirkmanbros/song/26230634-just-like-flower-feat-will-dockery?0

:)
George Sulzbach
2016-09-09 21:05:36 UTC
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Dylan Kirkman, I did not know you posted here.
s***@gmail.com
2016-07-10 03:59:02 UTC
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These are very nice lyrics my new friend, heartfelt and wholesome! Great penmanship...give us more...we're listening!
~Arch A~

God Bless!!!
Will Dockery
2016-07-11 01:03:10 UTC
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Post by s***@gmail.com
These are very nice lyrics my new friend, heartfelt and wholesome! Great penmanship...give us more...we're listening!
~Arch A~
God Bless!!!
Thank you and nice to see you here, my friend.

Going into the studio next week to do a remake of this one, "Crawford Road Crawl", with the Kirkman Brothers Band, a blues:

https://archive.org/details/CrawfordRoadCrawl

:)
a***@gmail.com
2016-07-10 06:56:35 UTC
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Hi Will!
Glat to read your new poem.
kathyfuller
2016-07-10 08:27:00 UTC
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This is a really grate poem, Will! Its Your best one yet!
Will Dockery
2016-07-11 22:56:58 UTC
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This is a really great poem, Will! Its Your best one yet!
Thanks for reading and commenting.

:)
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Check out the free download of the day, "Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery and Brian Mallard:

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-11 13:13:27 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Hi Will!
Glad to read your new poem.
Hello, and thanks for reading/listening.
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Check out the free download of the day, "Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery and Brian Mallard:

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

:D
Will Dockery
2016-07-31 09:46:34 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Hi Will!
Glad to read your new poem.
And am glad as well, my friend.

Morning Of My Life, audio recording:
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery

:)
Will Dockery
2016-08-28 12:06:26 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Hi Will!
Glad to read your new poem.
"And to all my friends, who been the best to me. Soon will come the day when I'll repay you handsomely. Broken hearts are hard to mend... you know I've had my share. Ah, but life just carries on... even when I'm not there." -Mick Jones (The Clash)

That says it all, just about. Out with the back stabber, the control freak, the one who would rather see me paralyzed. In with the positive, creative comrades (top shelf among them Brian Mallard, Jack Snipe, Deby Love-Payne & Robert Wright) who have stood by me even when I did make a mistake. I'm almost human, after all. The certain folk singer called me a snake, then so be it. But remember since you labelled me... "Don't Tread On Me". Now... could someone help me get this pin knife out of my back? :D

So, today, we put the old tunes & baggage aside and focus on the future, and brand new songs, such as this one I wrote with Brian Mallard a few days ago. Check out the free download of the day "Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

Who loves ya, Baby? <3
Cujo DeSockpuppet
2016-08-28 17:29:41 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Hi Will!
Glad to read your new poem.
"And to all my friends, who been the best to me. Soon will come the
day when I'll repay you handsomely. Broken hearts are hard to mend...
you know I've had my share. Ah, but life just carries on... even when
I'm not there." -Mick Jones (The Clash)
That says it all, just about. Out with the back stabber, the control
freak, the one who would rather see me paralyzed. In with the
positive, creative comrades (top shelf among them Brian Mallard, Jack
Snipe, Deby Love-Payne & Robert Wright) who have stood by me even when
I did make a mistake.
Only one? You're little willie douchebag, so you're delusional but that's
off off by several levels of magnitude.
Post by Will Dockery
I'm almost human, after all. The certain folk
singer called me a snake, then so be it. But remember since you
labelled me... "Don't Tread On Me". Now... could someone help me get
this pin knife out of my back? :D
little willie douchebag complaining someone stabbed him in the back? Ask
your abandoned kids about that. Sounds like they didn't even get a chance
to turn their backs.
Post by Will Dockery
So, today, we put the old tunes & baggage aside
You missed the previous paragraph, liar. In case you missed it, and kooks
like you always do, you just trashed a guy who wasn't here to defend
himself.

Since you're a notorious deadbeat, I'm guessing he asked for money you
owed him. So how much was it, Dreckster?
Post by Will Dockery
and focus on the
future, and brand new songs, such as this one I wrote with Brian
Mallard a few days ago. Check out the free download of the day
"Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery
It's not polluting anything but temporary storage until I hear it.
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Who loves ya, Baby? <3
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George Sulzbach
2016-09-12 00:47:32 UTC
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This one gives me an almost John Lennon vibe the more I listen to it.
Will Dockery
2016-09-12 10:24:54 UTC
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Post by George Sulzbach
This one gives me an almost John Lennon vibe the more I listen to it.
High praise indeed... honestly not sure if I could live up to such a level of artistry, but thank you, old friend.

Loading Image.../revision/latest?cb=20160911220819

Let's walk downtown this evening, get a coffee, and set that website up.

:)
George Sulzbach
2016-09-12 21:50:44 UTC
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Post by George Sulzbach
This one gives me an almost John Lennon vibe the more I listen to it.
High praise indeed... honestly not sure if I could live up to such a level of artistry, but thank you, old friend.
http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/pennyspoetry/images/d/dc/Art57.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20160911220819
Let's walk downtown this evening, get a coffee, and set that website up.
:)
Sounds good, I am over at the Library now, if you want to swing over that way.
Will Dockery
2016-09-13 11:04:29 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Sulzbach
This one gives me an almost John Lennon vibe the more I listen to it.
High praise indeed... honestly not sure if I could live up to such a level of artistry, but thank you, old friend.
http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/pennyspoetry/images/d/dc/Art57.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20160911220819
Let's walk downtown this evening, get a coffee, and set that website up.
:)
Sounds good, I am over at the Library now, if you want to swing over that way.
Sorry I never could make it out that way last night, too much to deal with here on the home front at that time.
George Sulzbach
2016-09-19 22:20:33 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Sulzbach
Post by Will Dockery
Post by George Sulzbach
This one gives me an almost John Lennon vibe the more I listen to it.
High praise indeed... honestly not sure if I could live up to such a level of artistry, but thank you, old friend.
http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/pennyspoetry/images/d/dc/Art57.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20160911220819
Let's walk downtown this evening, get a coffee, and set that website up.
:)
Sounds good, I am over at the Library now, if you want to swing over that way.
Sorry I never could make it out that way last night, too much to deal with here on the home front at that time.
Hope you can drop by this way later, I'm over in town at the moment, if you are out there and can see this.
1***@gmail.com
2016-07-10 08:59:45 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
Мне нравится!!! СУПЕР!!!
Will Dockery
2016-07-10 16:05:48 UTC
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https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
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Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
Мне нравится!!! СУПЕР!!!
Kak vy pozhivayetye, my friend?

Спасибо for reading and commenting.

:)
George Sulzbach
2016-09-27 18:34:31 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
Мне нравится!!! СУПЕР!!!
Wow, is this Russian?

I need a translator over here, fast...
drive-by
2016-07-12 00:45:24 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
Rachel
2016-07-12 00:58:46 UTC
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Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
yes, please!!! '
Will Dockery
2016-07-12 14:39:29 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
yes, please!!! '
This should be good, yes.

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-12 21:56:09 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
yes, please!!! '
So, while we wait for Drive-By to post, what did you think of this one, Rachel?

And, sadly, more bad news from George Sulzbach...

Hang in there, the other shoe dropped for George yesterday... the landlord cut his electricity off, and he lost his job... zero income, it is going to get pretty rough for him in the coming weeks. He was paid under the table, so no unemployment payments for George.

So everyone, send some positive vibes by George's way...
Richard Oakley
2016-07-12 22:15:39 UTC
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Shoes do drop from
Time to time,
Becoming heavy from
The sands.
Hang on tight, or,
Better yet,
Let your
Feet fly.

Sometimes
Instead of
Waiting for
The second shoe
To drop,
On its own,
We realise
We should
Just let
It fly.
Will Dockery
2016-07-12 22:19:41 UTC
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Post by Richard Oakley
Shoes do drop from
Time to time,
Becoming heavy from
The sands.
Hang on tight, or,
Better yet,
Let your
Feet fly.
Sometimes
Instead of
Waiting for
The second shoe
To drop,
On its own,
We realise
We should
Just let
It fly.
True... last night I took George two candles and a bag of ice, and a few beers, and we sat in Brother Dave's car in Alabama darkness, watching the stars, blasting the Rolling Stones on the car CD player. He lost his job of 13 years and it has sent him on a tailspin downward spiral... he has a lot of great art, but the problemwiththeColumbus art market is... it doesn't really exist, more or less.
Rachel
2016-07-13 03:16:20 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
yes, please!!! '
So, while we wait for Drive-By to post, what did you think of this one, Rachel?
And, sadly, more bad news from George Sulzbach...
Hang in there, the other shoe dropped for George yesterday... the landlord cut his electricity off, and he lost his job... zero income, it is going to get pretty rough for him in the coming weeks. He was paid under the table, so no unemployment payments for George.
So everyone, send some positive vibes by George's way...
Give me time to get to it, okay? It's a question of concentrating, with no endorphins, even just taking a shower and walking around the house today to help direct cleaning was EXHAUSTING, and made me sweaty (that's how out of shape i am), so it's really hard to think, to be sharp, and most especially, read.

I'm not kidding, I mostly just sit here in front of the computer...I'm really a fascinating person. (sarcasm)

Actually, when Brent came over, I started blabbing. It was so nice. I love his company. A nice warm gentle human being. (But it's just about mundane things about my life, and he doesn't really care, but I have nothing else to talk about today. When I get going like on climate change, he falls asleep.)

That's what I can't stand about the computer. It's cold. It's ice. It's not quite reality. It's not enough. :-(

Well, thank g-d for Brent.

But I want the whole banana. :-((( (expression)

Mostly, I need someone who can talk back. Contribute like me. Or at least a lot more than what I'm getting.

But Brent is just perfect for me for now. Who else would come over and do this? Somebody "on my level" whatever that means (I think I'm some kind of freak!!!!) wouldn't be interested in doing this, I mean, this is a very special friendship. He's so sweet. (and I am paying him...which is much appreciated.)

But I'm just missing that higher connection....like I had with Marc....I mean, I just know he has so much to offer...(but I hope he can talk back more...when we met, I was dong all the talking, which was fine with me, but when I run out, I need someone who can keep it going, or at least, have ideas for other things to DO), and that I would love, just die, beyond dream come true, to have with Bob.

See, I always thought Bob just sat alone on his couch, depressed, maybe with the TV on.

So I just wanted to go be with him, like that. And love him. Give him my love. Make him happy, with our little life together, in his little house on the side of the road in Malibu. That was my dream.

Who knew?

Well, anyway, enough babbling.

Physical therapy transportation arrangements are moving along. Probably by next week I can start, with my free rides there and back, three times a week. And they have a 90 degree pool, too. I'll wear shorts and a t-shirt. At least I'll start getting some exercise. (thinking of the work getting ready and going and coming back with my walker more than anything! UGH!)
j***@gmail.com
2016-08-31 04:40:41 UTC
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Hello Rachel this is George. How are you?
Will Dockery
2016-09-02 15:02:07 UTC
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Post by j***@gmail.com
Hello Rachel this is George. How are you?
I'm not sure if Rachel is reading these any more, George... she may just be scanning.

:)
Rachel
2016-09-02 15:13:04 UTC
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Post by j***@gmail.com
Hello Rachel this is George. How are you?
OH CRAP!!!!!!!!!! HI GEORGE!!!!!!!!

sh*t, i'm sorry, i don't read a lot of Will's posts, tbh....they just don't interest me that much. It's not that I don't like Will, or think it's not quality material. I'm just....not that interested....I'm so sorry (Will).

Anyway, Well, I'm okay. Everything is precarious, always worried about the future, etc....try my best to compartmentalize, and not not have a good time. :-///

Do you have any poems for mee? :-)
Will Dockery
2016-09-02 16:39:10 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by j***@gmail.com
Hello Rachel this is George. How are you?
OH CRAP!!!!!!!!!! HI GEORGE!!!!!!!!
sh*t, i'm sorry, i don't read a lot of Will's posts, tbh....they just don't interest me that much. It's not that I don't like Will, or think it's not quality material. I'm just....not that interested....I'm so sorry (Will).
Anyway, Well, I'm okay. Everything is precarious, always worried about the future, etc....try my best to compartmentalize, and not not have a good time. :-///
Do you have any poems for mee? :-)
Yeah, I'll remember to tell George to post someplace else rather than my threads from now on.

:D
--
See Will Dockery & Band at Fair on the Square Live & In Person on October 15th at Lumpkin, Georgia at 4pm. The show starts at 10am with arts & crafts, food & many other musical acts.
Art, music & poetry from Will Dockery:
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery
j***@gmail.com
2016-09-05 04:00:34 UTC
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Yes I have some poetry for you, Rachel... Right now.
Rachel
2016-09-05 04:02:01 UTC
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Post by j***@gmail.com
Yes I have some poetry for you, Rachel... Right now.
still waiting...
Rachel
2016-09-05 04:02:48 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by j***@gmail.com
Yes I have some poetry for you, Rachel... Right now.
still waiting...
okay, good-night. :-(((((((((( (i've been trying to go to bed. :-((((((((( )
George Sulzbach
2016-09-09 05:28:53 UTC
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Morning is broken.
George Sulzbach
2016-09-11 16:22:06 UTC
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Okay, hope you got plenty of rest, then, Rachel.
Will Dockery
2016-09-05 12:06:28 UTC
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Post by j***@gmail.com
Yes I have some poetry for you, Rachel... Right now.
Good to see the new work, George, but as you know I prefer your more psychedelic works.
--
Check out "She Loves Bossa Nova" written by Will Dockery & Brian Mallard. See & hear it live at Will Dockery & Band at Fair on the Square October 15 in Lumpkin, Georgia, joined by many other great music talents, I hit the stage at 4pm.
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/25277871-she-loves-bossa-nova--will-dockery?0
<3
Will Dockery
2016-07-12 14:08:19 UTC
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https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
Yes, I'd love to see what you came up with, Jimmy.

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-13 02:22:44 UTC
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https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.

Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.

Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?

Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?

:)
drive-by
2016-07-13 02:46:09 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..

So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Will Dockery
2016-07-13 02:53:38 UTC
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Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Excellent, thanks, Jimmy

And I noticed I just did similarly with Richard's poem, which made me think of the song from the Billy Jack movie, "One Tin Soldier".

My examination of your list will follow soon, glad that it wasn't an indictment on a n alleged lack of originality, and I enjoyed the wide range of feelings and memories an individual poem by me can bring out in another reader, a fascinating exercise, to say the least.

:)
drive-by
2016-07-13 03:08:32 UTC
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Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Excellent, thanks, Jimmy
And I noticed I just did similarly with Richard's poem, which made me think of the song from the Billy Jack movie, "One Tin Soldier".
My examination of your list will follow soon, glad that it wasn't an indictment on a n alleged lack of originality, and I enjoyed the wide range of feelings and memories an individual poem by me can bring out in another reader, a fascinating exercise, to say the least.
:)
It sure beats the ho hum....:-)
Will Dockery
2016-07-13 04:10:48 UTC
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Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Excellent, thanks, Jimmy
And I noticed I just did similarly with Richard's poem, which made me think of the song from the Billy Jack movie, "One Tin Soldier".
My examination of your list will follow soon, glad that it wasn't an indictment on a n alleged lack of originality, and I enjoyed the wide range of feelings and memories an individual poem by me can bring out in another reader, a fascinating exercise, to say the least.
:)
It sure beats the ho hum....:-)
That, it does, yes indeed.

My examination of your examination follows directly, and yes, you nailed exactly were "Taxman" and "Black Betty" came from, although relating to recent events I've had with my friends George Sulzbach and Betty, a sweet young trailer park walker who works on George's block, are in fact direct homage/name-checks for George Harrison and Leadbelly, writers of said songs.

And yes, I am now tempted to line all those songs you evoked (or rather, my poem evokes) and play them in a show sort of like a mini rock opera, crowned at front and back by my own "Morning of my Life"... although vocally I could never do justice to Frankie Valli or even ACDC, it would be an amusing experiment for the band to work up our own takes on these songs.

Thanks again for finding my poem a good enough read to give a good read on it in return, Jimmy.

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-13 07:08:19 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Ah, I had a long response to your list... thought I had saved it, came back and find that Google Groups has lost it. I had thought it would remain on this window until I came back and finished it... but now, Google refreshed the page in the meantime.

I'll have to re-write it, although I will also rethink my responses in the meantime...
Will Dockery
2016-08-21 16:33:18 UTC
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Free download: "Morning Of My Life" / Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/q/6nh0en
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Hope all is well with you, Jimmy... long time no see!
Michael Pendragon
2016-08-22 02:59:35 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Free download: "Morning Of My Life" / Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/q/6nh0en
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Hope all is well with you, Jimmy... long time no see!
Hey, Jim ... I don't want to say this too loudly, but ... I think ... you know who ... may have left the building.
Michael Pendragon
2016-08-22 03:07:08 UTC
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Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Will Dockery
Free download: "Morning Of My Life" / Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/q/6nh0en
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Hope all is well with you, Jimmy... long time no see!
Hey, Jim ... I don't want to say this too loudly, but ... I think ... you know who ... may have left the building.
Scratch that. I spoke too soon. (Just worked my way up to the "Jack Lad" thread.)
Will Dockery
2016-08-25 18:38:12 UTC
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Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Will Dockery
Free download: "Morning Of My Life" / Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/q/6nh0en
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Hope all is well with you, Jimmy... long time no see!
Hey, Jim ... I don't want to say this too loudly, but ... I think ... you know who ... may have left the building.
Scratch that. I spoke too soon. (Just worked my way up to the "Jack Lad" thread.)
Oh yeah, and with the usual passive aggressive obtuse comments.
Will Dockery
2016-08-24 15:40:09 UTC
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Free download: "Morning Of My Life" / Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/q/6nh0en
Post by Michael Pendragon
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
I'm hearing about 8 to 10 different song references here............should I list?
I'm reading and responding to your list now... interesting leaps of perception you make, and oddly most of the references you've heard I never, or almost never, would have thought of.
Interesting to say the least, so much so that I am taking each point at a time to discuss, if only slightly.
Meanwhile, are you saying these are the images my poem evokes for you, you're not trying to make a case that my poem is unoriginal or something, right, Jimmy?
Just checking, as that point hasn't been made very clear to me, which it is, a positive response or a negative response?
:)
Not negative at all, Will....you're a music guy and I do believe lyrics you've heard can appear in your writes...not verbatim, but hints...if you could string the songs I listed, into one long listen...your poem would appear music wise...not precise, but message wise it's there..
So negative, no, not at all...your subconscious, at times, dictates your work, I believe..but that's just me looking behind the scenes...what brings words together from the minds of writers...is just a hobby....:-)
Hope all is well with you, Jimmy... long time no see!
Hey, Jim ... I don't want to say this too loudly, but ... I think ... you know who ... may have left the building.
Give it a week, Corey will be back, I wager.

:)
Richard Oakley
2016-08-24 20:00:49 UTC
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it's funny, he's the one that said any loss to the group would be huge.
Will Dockery
2016-08-24 20:08:01 UTC
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it's funny, he's the one that said any loss to the group would be huge.
Corey was always one to contradict himself on a pretty much daily basis.
George Sulzbach
2016-09-11 04:10:46 UTC
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I am interested in those song references as well.
Will Dockery
2016-09-15 10:35:24 UTC
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I am interested in those song references as well.
Jimmy listed a few, earlier in this thread.

Scroll up...

:)
George Sulzbach
2016-09-16 02:36:26 UTC
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I think I will do that...
drive-by
2016-07-12 23:18:02 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull

Taxman...Beatles

Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan

Barefootin...Robert Parker

Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
Rachel
2016-07-13 04:15:00 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)

:-)
Will Dockery
2016-07-13 04:19:31 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Maybe it is too late and a need a coffee, but I'm drawing a blank on Grandma Bert... who is that>

Your grandmother?

Forgive the possibly inane question, but I'm curious.

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-13 06:54:48 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, now that I remember who Bertha is, how does it compare, my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Will Dockery
2016-07-14 16:31:16 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Rachel
2016-07-15 17:00:46 UTC
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https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...

I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Will Dockery
2016-07-15 17:38:33 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
Rachel
2016-07-15 18:04:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
Will Dockery
2016-07-15 19:22:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I just didn't see how Grandmother Bertha related at that point, so I asked. I might be able to figure it all out, or decide for myself what it meant, but a simple question seemed easier.

No offense intended, really.
Rachel
2016-07-15 19:43:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I just didn't see how Grandmother Bertha related at that point, so I asked. I might be able to figure it all out, or decide for myself what it meant, but a simple question seemed easier.
No offense intended, really.
oh come on. you don't see what i'm talking about (the parallel...)???
Will Dockery
2016-07-15 21:06:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I just didn't see how Grandmother Bertha related at that point, so I asked. I might be able to figure it all out, or decide for myself what it meant, but a simple question seemed easier.
No offense intended, really.
oh come on. you don't see what i'm talking about (the parallel...)???
Is the solution in Jimmy's commentary or in my actual poem?

Is that close?
Rachel
2016-07-15 21:43:40 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I just didn't see how Grandmother Bertha related at that point, so I asked. I might be able to figure it all out, or decide for myself what it meant, but a simple question seemed easier.
No offense intended, really.
oh come on. you don't see what i'm talking about (the parallel...)???
Is the solution in Jimmy's commentary or in my actual poem?
Is that close?
maybe drive-by can help you.
Will Dockery
2016-07-16 02:02:25 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I just didn't see how Grandmother Bertha related at that point, so I asked. I might be able to figure it all out, or decide for myself what it meant, but a simple question seemed easier.
No offense intended, really.
oh come on. you don't see what i'm talking about (the parallel...)???
Is the solution in Jimmy's commentary or in my actual poem?
Is that close?
maybe drive-by can help you.
I don't know, we can try...

Hey Jimmy... do you know wtf Rachel is talking about here?

:)
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Check out "Just Like a Flower Feat. Will Dockery and Brian Mallard" by The Kirkman Bros.

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drive-by
2016-07-16 10:18:16 UTC
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Post by Rachel
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https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by drive-by
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I just didn't see how Grandmother Bertha related at that point, so I asked. I might be able to figure it all out, or decide for myself what it meant, but a simple question seemed easier.
No offense intended, really.
oh come on. you don't see what i'm talking about (the parallel...)???
Is the solution in Jimmy's commentary or in my actual poem?
Is that close?
maybe drive-by can help you.
I don't know, we can try...
Hey Jimmy... do you know wtf Rachel is talking about here?
:)
--
Check out "Just Like a Flower Feat. Will Dockery and Brian Mallard" by The Kirkman Bros.
https://www.reverbnation.com/thekirkmanbros/song/26230634-just-like-flower-feat-will-dockery?0
I never do.
Will Dockery
2016-07-16 23:51:53 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
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She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I just didn't see how Grandmother Bertha related at that point, so I asked. I might be able to figure it all out, or decide for myself what it meant, but a simple question seemed easier.
No offense intended, really.
oh come on. you don't see what i'm talking about (the parallel...)???
Is the solution in Jimmy's commentary or in my actual poem?
Is that close?
maybe drive-by can help you.
I don't know, we can try...
Hey Jimmy... do you know wtf Rachel is talking about here?
:)
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I never do.
Hello Jimmy, I just saw this... what's up on the Jukebox tonight?

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-16 03:28:05 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I was only... being mildly sarcastic... heh heh heh...

"I didn't mean to make you so sad, you just happened to be there, that's all." -Bob Dylan

:)
Rachel
2016-07-16 03:30:56 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I was only... being mildly sarcastic... heh heh heh...
"I didn't mean to make you so sad, you just happened to be there, that's all." -Bob Dylan
:)
"i didn't mean to take it so bad, i just happened to see you, that's all" - RBL (sorry will, this has nothing to do with you, i'm bored and stuck in neutral in a parallel universe....and bein' silly!)
Will Dockery
2016-07-17 03:17:27 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, Rachel, since you seem to have missed this and now that I remember who Grandmother Bertha is, how does it compare, to my poem or Jimmy's critique?
Hey, I am just seeing this (sorry)...
I'm not sure I understand the question. What do you want me to compare with what?
Oh, you wrote "I see shades of Grandma Bert..." and I was trying to ask, in a way, what that really meant...
surely you can figure that out yourself! (i'm sorry will, i just can't keep playing your game, answering your questions that you already know the answers to, etc... i don't see the point. it just hurts my feelings.)
I was only... being mildly sarcastic... heh heh heh...
"I didn't mean to make you so sad, you just happened to be there, that's all." -Bob Dylan
:)
"i didn't mean to take it so bad, i just happened to see you, that's all" - RBL (sorry will, this has nothing to do with you, i'm bored and stuck in neutral in a parallel universe....and bein' silly!)
Okay, then all is well...

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-16 19:01:31 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?

Is that the correct answer?

:)
Rachel
2016-07-16 19:06:50 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Will Dockery
2016-07-16 20:15:34 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Same person, right?!?
Rachel
2016-07-16 20:35:53 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Same person, right?!?
Well, we all have our own definitions of those words: "same" and "person."

Wow, you sure know how to make a person feel DUMB!
Will Dockery
2016-07-16 22:34:47 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Same person, right?!?
Well, we all have our own definitions of those words: "same" and "person."
Wow, you sure know how to make a person feel DUMB!
And I don't even know how I do that!
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"The sunshine bores the daylights out of me. Chasing shadows moonlight mystery." -Jagger/Richards

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2016-07-17 03:43:09 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Same person, right?!?
Well, we all have our own definitions of those words: "same" and "person."
How many definitions could there be?
Rachel
2016-07-17 03:52:35 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Same person, right?!?
Well, we all have our own definitions of those words: "same" and "person."
How many definitions could there be?
How many do you want?
Will Dockery
2016-07-17 06:22:32 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Same person, right?!?
Well, we all have our own definitions of those words: "same" and "person."
How many definitions could there be?
How many do you want?
Just the one that doesn't mean "the same person" I reckon.

:)
Will Dockery
2016-07-17 14:25:51 UTC
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How many definitions could there be?
How many do you want?
Speaking of definitions, or lack of, I was just now shocked that there seems to be no mentions anywhere on the internet of the Flying Mystery Vision, which up to now I thought was a standard part of Native American legend/myth/path.

I have written on this, the Indian equivalent to the visionary, the artist, the Rimbaudian poet, but it seems my knowledge was passed down word of mouth and not so many others have heard the word.

Anyway, that's what's on my mind this morning.
Will Dockery
2016-08-26 12:58:50 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
I see shades of Grandma Bert... ;-)
:-)
Okay, does Jimmy remind you of your grandmother Bertha?
Is that the correct answer?
:)
You mean Grandmother Bert?
Same person, right?!?
Well, we all have our own definitions of those words: "same" and "person."
Wow, you sure know how to make a person feel DUMB!
Not intentional, I assure you.
Will Dockery
2016-07-13 14:03:18 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
Summer in the City...Lovin Spoonfull
Taxman...Beatles
Never Can Say Goodbye...Jackson Five
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
Walk Right In...Rooftop Singers
Post by Will Dockery
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
All Along The Watchtower...Dylan
Barefootin...Robert Parker
Black Betty....Ram Jam
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
Summer Rain...Johnny Rivers
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Shook Me All Night Long....AC/DC
Post by Will Dockery
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
Stay.....Four Seasons
Post by Will Dockery
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
There are many more Will, but you get the picture.....
YouTube has a function called a "Playlist", there is where I could string all these songs together in a stream... it could prove quite entertaining.

:D
Rachel
2016-07-14 16:55:12 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.

:)

there.

was that worth the wait? :-D
Will Dockery
2016-07-14 17:29:26 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.

Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.

Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...

Check out the free download of the day, "Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery and Brian Mallard:

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

:)
Rachel
2016-07-14 17:33:13 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
:)
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.

too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((

anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.

we'll see...
Will Dockery
2016-07-14 17:38:24 UTC
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Post by Rachel
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
:)
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
Be careful, I would hate for it to get spoiled.

Or for your neighbors to complain about the racket.

:)
Rachel
2016-07-14 17:42:06 UTC
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Post by Rachel
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
:)
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
Be careful, I would hate for it to get spoiled.
Or for your neighbors to complain about the racket.
:)
no, i listen very softly.
Will Dockery
2016-07-14 20:42:42 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
Be careful, I would hate for it to get spoiled.
Or for your neighbors to complain about the racket.
:)
no, i listen very softly.
"You should be made to wear earphones..."

Sorry, I couldn't resist that one.

:)
Rachel
2016-07-14 21:00:52 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
Be careful, I would hate for it to get spoiled.
Or for your neighbors to complain about the racket.
:)
no, i listen very softly.
"You should be made to wear earphones..."
Sorry, I couldn't resist that one.
:)
i can't. it hurts my ears. tinnitus. i have the kind which no one has ever heard of. the one that really hurt my ears when it happened, like a knife being stabbed in it. (one ear). i ran out practically screaming.

the doctors didn't even believe me. no, it wasn't the movie. (earthquake, blasting louder than i've ever heard in my life)

idiot.
Will Dockery
2016-07-15 01:01:54 UTC
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Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
Be careful, I would hate for it to get spoiled.
Or for your neighbors to complain about the racket.
:)
no, i listen very softly.
"You should be made to wear earphones..."
Sorry, I couldn't resist that one.
:)
i can't. it hurts my ears. tinnitus. i have the kind which no one has ever heard of. the one that really hurt my ears when it happened, like a knife being stabbed in it. (one ear). i ran out practically screaming.
the doctors didn't even believe me. no, it wasn't the movie. (earthquake, blasting louder than i've ever heard in my life)
idiot.
Wow, sorry to read that. I've had some ear problems from childhood, booming earaches but none recently except a deafness slightly frommthe loud cotton mill machines.

Headed downtown now, hopefully George Sulzbach will be there, and he can post that poem he wrote for you...
--
Unleashed tonight at Fountain City Coffee open mic, the The Shadowville All-Stars 2016 style, featuring Dylan Bryce Kirkman & Brian Mallard & perhaps Danny Bee Barrington on spoons... time, around 9:30pm, Good Lord willing & the creeks don't rise.

Check out free download of the day "Morning Of My Life " by Will Dockery & Brian Mallard https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

<3
Will Dockery
2016-07-15 16:52:02 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
:)
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
Be careful, I would hate for it to get spoiled.
Or for your neighbors to complain about the racket.
:)
no, i listen very softly.
No, sorry to say that George Sulzbach didn't show up at the Fountain City Coffee event last night, and I did ride out to check on him. Turns out he was sleeping, that yesterday he started walking down the railroad tracks shirtless, in shorts, for whatever reason. The only reason he gave was that he was counting the cross ties and headed over to a dirt road that the railroad tracks lead past, where he remembered a creek with a "swimming hole" caused by a dam that beavers had made a long time ago.

Then he got tired, and crossed back over through a trail to the "main road" and walked back home that way, looking for beer cans on the side of the road he could sell for the aluminum.

By the time he finally had walked back to his trailer he noticed he had a roasted sunburn all across his back. So he said by then the big tree was casting shade so he showered down with cold water from the hose laid back on his outdoor mattress to finish reading the "Dune" novel I had given him.

He seemed in good spirits when I gave him a can of sausages, a box of crackers, and two Bud Ice beers, and left him to enjoy some peace and quiet in the Alabama night.

Perhaps later tonight he'll find some WiFi, to post his musings for us.

:)
Rachel
2016-07-14 17:40:58 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
:)
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
i don't know.

well, first of all, i heard the rhyming a lot better.

but the other thing was, it sounded like you were singing a poem...

now i don't know if i am biased cuz i read it on the page first.

don't get me wrong. the music wasn't BAD at all. it just didn't seem to go with this lovely poem.
Will Dockery
2016-07-15 23:11:04 UTC
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https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
Post by Rachel
Post by Rachel
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
i don't know.
well, first of all, i heard the rhyming a lot better.
but the other thing was, it sounded like you were singing a poem...
now i don't know if i am biased cuz i read it on the page first.
don't get me wrong. the music wasn't BAD at all. it just didn't seem to go with this lovely poem.
Thanks for trying it out, Rachel, and for the kind words about my poem.

:)
Rachel
2016-07-15 23:26:02 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
Post by Rachel
Post by Rachel
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
i don't know.
well, first of all, i heard the rhyming a lot better.
but the other thing was, it sounded like you were singing a poem...
now i don't know if i am biased cuz i read it on the page first.
don't get me wrong. the music wasn't BAD at all. it just didn't seem to go with this lovely poem.
Thanks for trying it out, Rachel, and for the kind words about my poem.
:)
i tried *everything*....at least once!

or did i? ;-)

nevermind.
Rachel
2016-07-15 23:44:43 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
omg, that will. that was so good. i swear to g-d, at first i was like, a little tiny bit, this is too sappy, then i remembered i wrote that west hollywood fadeaway and things like that, anyway, but by the last few paragraphs, my eyes were all wet from tears.
:)
there.
was that worth the wait? :-D
Yes indeed, thanks, Rachel.
Can you hear the track, as well, or are you reading only? It would be good to know if the thing works well as just words on paper, which you seem to be saying.
Here's the audio track, if you can get it to play...
https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0
Post by Rachel
Post by Rachel
oh okay. yes, now that i've read it, it would be nice (hopefully) to hear it.
too bad that ron roach wouldn't post his songs. :-((
anyway, well, i it seemed so nice on the page, i'm worried that singing about it will spoil it.
we'll see...
i don't know.
well, first of all, i heard the rhyming a lot better.
but the other thing was, it sounded like you were singing a poem...
now i don't know if i am biased cuz i read it on the page first.
don't get me wrong. the music wasn't BAD at all. it just didn't seem to go with this lovely poem.
Thanks for trying it out, Rachel, and for the kind words about my poem.
:)
i tried *everything*....at least once!
or did i? ;-)
nevermind.
okay, that was dumb.

let's not lose perspective here!!!!!

ére i saw elba!
Will Dockery
2016-08-01 01:31:51 UTC
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Portrait of the artist as a young Mill Rat poet.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154477644219363&set=gm.1026694614112646&type=3&theater

:D

Morning Of My Life, audio recording:

https://soundcloud.com/will-dockery/morning-of-my-life-will-dockery
Post by Will Dockery
Morning Of My Life
Walking down my street
she shakes her head
in the summer heat
we met back at
Richards Junior High.
Talking to the Grass-man
all about the Taxman
I never wanted to
have to say goodbye.
She walked right in
into the morning of my life.
All around the curfew
barefoot in the wet dew
we chased a dream
we could never realize.
Talking about Black Betty
I felt like J. Paul Getty
I never knew a kiss
could get me this high.
She walked right past
through the morning of my life.
When she sang that song to me
her secret longing to be free
on the corner
in soft summer rain.
Bought America in a jar
filled with samples from afar
I felt her vibe shake me
like a steam train.
She walked right through
deep in the morning of my life.
She shook me
she really woke me up.
Perfect sky
and her big blue eyes.
She smiled my blues away
pretty baby I wish
you could have stayed.
Then she kind of moved away
life called
and we could not stay.
Sweet little lady
I think you've seen that movie too.
Saying goodbye to a friend
you never think it is the end
I never thought
you were gone to stay.
She walked right out
out of the morning of my life.
-Will Dockery
And so it went.
Will Dockery
2016-08-27 03:00:07 UTC
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http://en.nametests.com/test/result/this-is-a-note-about-you/btn_1965097885/

This one is pretty good, I think, so y'all might want to give it a try.

:D
Rachel
2016-08-27 03:09:56 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
http://en.nametests.com/test/result/this-is-a-note-about-you/btn_1965097885/
This one is pretty good, I think, so y'all might want to give it a try.
:D
oh crap. it looks like a good time waster, but i don't belong to facebook.
Will Dockery
2016-08-27 03:14:32 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
http://en.nametests.com/test/result/this-is-a-note-about-you/btn_1965097885/
This one is pretty good, I think, so y'all might want to give it a try.
:D
oh crap. it looks like a good time waster, but i don't belong to facebook.
Why in the world are you not on Facebook?

There are like 1000 great Bob Dylan groups there alone.

There's even an alt.arts.poetry.comments page there:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/105463832836304/

Come on in, the water's... so-so.

:)
Rachel
2016-08-27 03:25:28 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
http://en.nametests.com/test/result/this-is-a-note-about-you/btn_1965097885/
This one is pretty good, I think, so y'all might want to give it a try.
:D
oh crap. it looks like a good time waster, but i don't belong to facebook.
Why in the world are you not on Facebook?
There are like 1000 great Bob Dylan groups there alone.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/105463832836304/
Come on in, the water's... so-so.
:)
oh, i don't know, it just seems like a virtual log flume to me.
Will Dockery
2016-08-27 05:46:40 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
http://en.nametests.com/test/result/this-is-a-note-about-you/btn_1965097885/
This one is pretty good, I think, so y'all might want to give it a try.
:D
oh crap. it looks like a good time waster, but i don't belong to facebook.
Why in the world are you not on Facebook?
There are like 1000 great Bob Dylan groups there alone.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/105463832836304/
Come on in, the water's... so-so.
:)
oh, i don't know, it just seems like a virtual log flume to me.
No, Facebook is really just a place kind of like this but with more pictures.
Richard Oakley
2016-08-27 07:10:25 UTC
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even more drama
Will Dockery
2016-08-27 08:45:45 UTC
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Post by Richard Oakley
even more drama
Absolutely, more than I even want to discuss, here.

:)
--
Check out free download "Shadowville Speedway" written by Will Dockery & Henry Conley.

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/8798172-shadowville-speedway--will-dockery?0
Will Dockery
2016-08-30 03:05:05 UTC
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Post by Richard Oakley
even more drama
Sometimes it seems never ending, like a soap opera... melodrama.

:)
Will Dockery
2016-09-07 11:15:18 UTC
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Post by Richard Oakley
even more drama
To be honest, poetry and drama go hand-in-hand.

What makes one a Neighborhood Bully? When they've Gone Too Far, to put it simply. Which me and my comrades Jack Snipe, Brian Mallard & Robert Wright demonstrate on the free download of the day... Check out "Gone Too Far" written by Will Dockery, Jack Snipe & Brian Mallard, one of our finest hours, I say.

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/11596860-gone-too-far--dockery-mallard-snipe?0

:D
Cujo DeSockpuppet
2016-09-07 21:09:59 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Richard Oakley
even more drama
To be honest, poetry and drama go hand-in-hand.
What makes one a [slap!]
lame douchebag?

Ask the Dreckster as he clumsily stumbles his way into a segue to promote
some horrid attempt at a song.

[flush]

Not today, douchebag.
--
Cujo - The Official Overseer of Kooks and Trolls in dfw.*,
alt.paranormal, alt.astrology and alt.astrology.metapsych. Supreme Holy
Overlord of alt.fucknozzles. Winner of the 8/2000, 2/2003 & 4/2007 HL&S
award. July 2005 Hammer of Thor. Winning Trainer - Barbara Woodhouse
Memorial Dog Whistle - 12/2005 & 4/2008. COOSN-266-06-01895.
"For the sake of the newsgroup I am going to get off for good." - Yet
another of Edmo's many lies.
George Sulzbach
2016-09-21 02:47:11 UTC
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To each his own, as they say.
Will Dockery
2016-08-27 14:01:02 UTC
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Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
http://en.nametests.com/test/result/this-is-a-note-about-you/btn_1965097885/
This one is pretty good, I think, so y'all might want to give it a try.
:D
oh crap. it looks like a good time waster, but i don't belong to facebook.
Why in the world are you not on Facebook?
There are like 1000 great Bob Dylan groups there alone.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/105463832836304/
Come on in, the water's... so-so.
:)
oh, i don't know, it just seems like a virtual log flume to me.
Okay, I've thought about it, and I still don't know what you mean by this. Care to explain just a little more?

:)
Rachel
2016-08-28 17:30:29 UTC
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Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
Post by Rachel
Post by Will Dockery
http://en.nametests.com/test/result/this-is-a-note-about-you/btn_1965097885/
This one is pretty good, I think, so y'all might want to give it a try.
:D
oh crap. it looks like a good time waster, but i don't belong to facebook.
Why in the world are you not on Facebook?
There are like 1000 great Bob Dylan groups there alone.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/105463832836304/
Come on in, the water's... so-so.
:)
oh, i don't know, it just seems like a virtual log flume to me.
Okay, I've thought about it, and I still don't know what you mean by this. Care to explain just a little more?
:)
Oh, it's not deep. I'm saying it's a kind of amusement that doesn't really interest me. I was just picking up on your use of the water metaphor, and running with it....
Will Dockery
2016-08-29 12:17:47 UTC
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Oh, it's not deep. I'm saying it's a kind of amusement that doesn't really interest me. I was just picking up on your use of the water metaphor, and running with it....
Exactly, and understood.

One reason Facebook appeals to me is my interest and enjoyment in meeting people, such as my buddy in the Ukraine, Ilya Polishchuk.

Here are some great photos from Ilya detailing everyday life over in the Ukraine.

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000674545510&sk=photos&collection_token=100000674545510%3A2305272732%3A69&set=a.102445486454602.5630.100000674545510&type=3

No kidding, have a look, I doubt you will regret it.
Will Dockery
2016-09-08 21:45:15 UTC
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"I'm mainly an entertainment guy, not so much into politics or religion." -Brian Mallard

I'm with you, Brian Mallard, as Dean Martin said of his relationship with Frank Sinatra, the secret to a good collaboration is keep things simple, and light. He said they talked about music, art and chicks... NEVER did they discuss their political or religious views. Could be why me and you have been friends for nearly 20 years and never had a harsh word with each other, Brian Mallard, or for that matter Jack Snipe & Robert Wright?

Check out the free download of the day "Morning Of My Life" by Will Dockery:

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/26238127-morning-my-life--will-dockery?0

:D
j***@gmail.com
2016-08-31 04:38:02 UTC
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Hello I am back... Is anyone out there?
Will Dockery
2016-09-02 14:19:47 UTC
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Post by j***@gmail.com
Hello I am back... Is anyone out there?
George Sulzbach, that /is/ you, isn't it?

:)
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"In A Dream I Saved You" written by Will Dockery
https://www.reverbnation.com/q/6pnkld
Will Dockery
2016-09-08 09:30:35 UTC
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Post by j***@gmail.com
Hello I am back... Is anyone out there?
Hello, old friend... yes, there's always someone out here, or nearby.

:)
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Check out "Walking (To The Edge Of Town Tonight)" / Will Dockery & Deby Love-Payne: (Music by Brian Mallard & Jack Snipe)

https://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery/song/23942838-walking-to-edge-town-tonight--will

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Samsung Experience
2016-09-26 22:31:15 UTC
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Splendid work, words that are pictures, music that is sound... all awakening drop a fresh new morning.
Samsung Experience
2016-09-26 22:38:23 UTC
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Like John Lennon meets the cold golden dawn and butterflies clatter.
George Sulzbach
2016-09-26 22:49:32 UTC
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I noticed a certain John Lennon stuttering in this one myself.
Mushmouth the 3rd
2016-09-27 02:13:14 UTC
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Garbage worst poem ever😜
George Sulzbach
2016-09-27 02:27:40 UTC
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Mush Mouth, what is ailing you?
Dental River
2016-09-27 02:50:30 UTC
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Post by George Sulzbach
Mush Mouth, what is ailing you?
We know what's ailing you, piss bum. You just need a lil' taste.

Ask Will where he cashes in the aluminum cans.
George Sulzbach
2016-09-27 05:58:37 UTC
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A little taste of what, Dental?
George Sulzbach
2016-09-27 12:35:30 UTC
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I got a bit frustrated last night at about 10:30pm. Robbie Wright aka Mushmouth Jr. had just left the coffee shop and I was making one last post about the debate before the place closed and Nolan would shut off the WiFi. Whipped it out and hit Post and goy nothing but the Error notice.

Thinking Nolanudt have pulled the WiFi plug already I kept the laptop running and went across the street to Picasso Pizza to post it from their signal...

Still got the Error notice. And also at the Cantina next door.

So I gave up and went over the 3-4 blocks to Krystal for a couple of burgers and pulled up their WiFi. That's when I saw the trouble, I had exceeded my post limit, it wasn't Nolan's fault after all.

I had an observation or two to make on the Trump vs. Clinton debate but have lost interest again, now.

The best candidate in my view is Jill Stein.
Will Dockery
2016-09-27 13:00:09 UTC
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Post by Mushmouth the 3rd
Garbage worst poem ever😜
Okay, Robbie... don't go totally method acting on us.

Loved the Y.M.C.A. riff you and George were onto last night, although the humor in it is way too obscure except for our closest local friends and enemies (as the "Mush Mouth" reference will be to a still smaller circle), everybody gets the intrinsic humor from just the mere mention of that young men's establishment.

Not that there's anything wrong with hanging out in the bathhouse there in the afternoons.

:)
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