Friday, June 11, 2010

Being The Forth of June 2010.

Between The Lines: David
For No One: Mick
Roses of No Man's Land: Eddie
Georgia: George
I Want to Marry A Lighthouse Keeper: Yvonne
Sat In A Circle In The Sun: Mike
Sad and Beautiful World: Jane/David
T'was A Lover and His Lass: Tony
Raglan Road: Lynda
3 Tunes: The Stony Ridge Band
No Telephone In Heaven: Angela/Bill 1:1
Police Sargent Blues: Roland
Love Is Pleasing: Jenny
Blow The Man Down: Bill 1:1
Follow The Heron Home: Anne
I Don't Care Where They Bury My Body: Paul
Come Here: David
Julia Clifford's Polka/Din Tarrant: Mick
The Night Is Young: Eddie
How It's Meant To Be: Margaret/Mick/Yvonne
Till There Was You: George/Paul
English Country Garden: Yvonne
Four Strong Winds: Mike
New Partner: Jane/David
Annabel: Lynda
How To Paint A Portrait: Tony
Searching For Lambs: Bill 1:1
The Cockerel: Anne
Bird On The Wire: Paul
Big Finish: The Stony Ridge Band

4 comments:

Dogsbody, Scrivener and Wretch said...

Pursuant on MwP’s comment about an earlier post of another indeterminate date, I have to advise that ‘Forth’ is a river, of which there is a ‘Firth’ somewhere near Edinburgh.
There’s a very famous rail bridge there.
The ordinal number you are looking for is ‘FOURTH’

parkingspaceman said...

Dogsbody is observant, but not quite eagle-eyed, as he failed to spot the mis-placed apostrophe in "T'was a Lover and His Lass" (sic).
Come on, Dogsbody! Can't you up your game a bit?

Dogsbody, Scrivener and Wretch said...

I take PSM's point.
Yes, I missed that.
BUT ...
I always have difficulty transcribing the contraction, [T'was]. Should it be ''t-was', ''twas', '-t-was' or what?

However, we weren't there on the [forth].

I notice, with some disappointment, that our absence was not noticed, documented or regretted by the gathering.

In these circumstances, who are we to criticise this otherwise-excellent chronicle of events?

parkingspaceman said...

'Tis (sic) not the event that is criticised, but merely the punctuation of the report. Allow me to clear Dogsbody's confusion: "It was" is contracted to "twas", therefore the apostrophe replaces the omitted letter(s) thus: "'Twas". Simples! tssp!*

*suggestions for a more suitable onomatopoeia welcomed