Now, what can I write about the doings of this evening?
- We were there; some people weren’t.
- Everyone was breathing; (Oxygen is good for you!)
- Brenda stuck her tongue out at Berry, our MC.
- We discussed deodorants at some length.
- It was claimed that Napoleon suffered with piles ...
|Doesn't he look miserable?|
It all became considerably better when we got down to the real business of making and sharing music ...
I Love You 'cos You're You: Berry & Ken
If I were a Carpenter: Paul
Waterloo Sunset: Laura
Crazy Man Michael: Colin
Lord Franklin: Roland
Sweet Fern: Angela & Paul*
One Misty Moisty Morning: Elayne
Abide With Me: Roger
Eighteenth Day of June: Nigel, Roland, Angela & Colin
Bright Fine Gold: Mave
Lonesome Town: Ken & Berry
Take These Chains From my Heart: Berry & Paul
Michael in the Garden: Paul
Over the Hills and Far Away: Laura
Old Shanty Town: Tony
Drinking Old England Dry: Colin & company
The Flying Cloud: Roland
Who Will Sing Me Lullabies: Angela
Roll Alabama Roll: Nigel
Colours of the Wind: Elayne
Dungeons Deep: Roger
You are my Honeysuckle: Mave
Big Jack Cosgrove (?): Ken
From a Jack to a King: Berry & company
*There was only one song that explicitly referred to a bird ... Sweet Fern.
Angela speculated that this might be an American bluebird:
Nothing about trains, but here's Terry meeting Julie at sunset near Waterloo Station:
|... I am in Paradise!|