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As you may know...

I'm moving to another state this week, with new laws to learn and new tax codes to decipher. I'm going to be in and out for a bit (if you haven't already noticed) because we have very little time on our hands and very little that isn't packed or covered in boxes. Okay, maybe the new Stephenie Meyer book is to blame as well.

Anyhow, since this month's topic is poetry and I had the distinct pleasure of driving four hours over the weekend (thereby listening to a lot of music) I have a new poem/song that I wanted to share. This is one of my all time favorite songs, if you've seen Joe Vs. the Volcano, you've heard it. My favorite line is:

If you see me comin' better step aside
A lot of men didn't and a lot of men died
With one fist of iron and the other of steel
If the right one don't get ya, the left one will

It's a great song. But don't take my word for it listen for yourself...

Sixteen tons

Sorry guys, that's the best I can do... a link, I tried to figure out how to add a player to the blog itself but I can't. If someone wants to tell me how it works. Go ahead!

Have a good day.


Sara Crandall said…
Try clicking on my player and following the steps. I think that is how I added my own.

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