‘The reason a dog has so many friends, ’cause he wags his tail instead of his tongue.’
Much prefer the dalmatian shots to the man-boobs footage.
From the 1978 album Heavy Horses. ‘Then I’m down straining at the lead’. I can empathise with that since I am sometimes described as a ‘sideways dog’.
Remake of an old Hank Williams song about a chap whose old lady won’t let him in so he has to sleep with the dawg. Hope he didn’t disturb its … Continue readingGeorge Thorogood and the Destroyers: Move It On Over
Poor chap seems to have a grievance. Perhaps his old lady refused to take him out for walks. From 1974.
Mr Shelton seems to have some sound ideas, I must say.
A second selection from Mr Biondi’s hugely talented songwriting dog.
This has my boss chortling but I can’t see anything funny about it.
Admirable sentiments from this sixties duo.
Not sure about the kids or the wine but I like the dogs bit.