Saturday, November 15, 2008

Being The 14th of November 2008...


Another 'classic' night...
Relaxed, funny, happy, happy, happy...
'Children in Need' efforts raised (as Ken informed us in the previous post) £187.10...
Let me say that again...
£187.10...
Let me try that another way...
One hundred and eighty seven pounds and ten pence...
In italics...
One hundred and eighty seven pounds and ten pence...
In bold italics...
One hundred and eighty seven pounds and ten pence...
The City Folk Club happy to help make a difference...
Oh yeah...
We sang some songs as well...

Sea of Heartbreak: David
Babes in the Wood: Jane/Colin
Grace: John
Whiskey Pudsey: Yvonne/Mike
Down by the Dockyard Wall: Eddie
I Wish I Was Back In Liverpool: Bill 1:2
Universal Soldier/Blowin' in the Wind: Mike
The Rose: Lynda
Children In Need Tonight: Ken
If I Were a Carpenter: Paul
Reason To Believe: David
Lay Me Low: Colin
Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald: John
Just a Simple Love Song: Yvonne/Mike
The Lincolnshire Poacher: Eddie
The Dutchman: Bill 1:2
Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound: Mike
Annie's Song: Lynda
English Channel No 5: Ken
Careless Love: Paul
The Drowned Lovers: David

Rosy glows all round...
Thanks to everyone for their support...

1 comment:

St. Anley said...

Ken, that reference to a well-known perfume and quasi-national boundary was unashamed PARODY! You know my opinion.

I invoke Satanic rites involving communal nakedness, exsanguinated foul, fire, human sacrifice, and unanaesthetised teeth-pulling.

Actually, it was one of the most entertaining spots of the entire evening. I will recall your boatman from the River Styx. Smashing.

I would forgive you, but communal nakedness sounds too exciting!