today it was going to be Fun, Fun, Fun. . .

. . .but it is this, again (cos the T-Bird's been taken away already):

I may not always love you
But long as there are stars above you
You never need to doubt it
I'll make you so sure about it
God only knows what I'd be without you

If you should ever leave me
Though life would still go on believe me
The world could show nothing to me
So what good would living do me
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows what I'd be without you
.
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows what I'd be without you
God only knows
God only knows what I'd be without you
.
BRIAN WILSON

13 comments:

Mel said...

*shrugs*

That's okay......we'll hold out for a little red Mustang covertible.

(has no clue what she's talkin' about...LOL....but what's new about that?!)

Welcome to Thursday.

Homey Escapeon said...

I am a HUGE Brian Wilson fan.
He was a Genius...now I need to go and listen to that.

Have you heard his 'Your Imagination Running Wild'?
It's a few years old, part of his attepted comeback..
absolutely lovely.

Rimshot said...

That God, he sure know's a lot of stuff.

Any news on the 'home' front?

Dave said...

Good February 29th. Don't rush around proposing to loads of strange men, will you.

I, still, like the views said...

dear dave I don't know any strange men - thus, they are safe from my proposals. . .

as for the other ones, who knows

g*d help them!


shot very true (see above); on the home front, I'm talking/emailing/texting matrimonial lawyers, conveyancing solicitors, estate agents, buildings insurance policies, life assurance policies (the difference between insurance and assurance: it's as sure as sure you'll die, so you better have life assurance; and you better have buildings insurance, just in case your house burns down), Deeds of Trust, Chancel Repair Deeds, Contracts, Mortgage Offers, should I bore you with it any longer; the meds from the Head Doctor are just about keeping me afloat

just about

suspect I've missed the exchange date, (and anyhow, as dave pointed out, I have more important things to do today) but have agreed a completion date and hope to exchange early next week, so keep your fingers crossed that noone will gazzump me. . .

. . .please!


Mr Escape I'll go look for it; last summer I saw a really cool art exhibit inspired by Brian Wilson and his music - really really cool!! wish I'd taken some photos, or bought the gallery guide - the most interesting piece was a sculpture called "World Receiver"

mel aw, shucks, and there was me thinking you understood me at last! you probably have far more important stuff to get to grips with tho. . .

welcome to Friday!

Mel said...

*chuckling*

<---has no clue what she's talkin' about.

Shoulda qualified that with an arrow pointing to myself!
I'm (OF course!) blaming the flu and dehydration and ucky water with electrolytes and vitamins added.

How the heck does one add electrolytes to water, anyway?
*checking out the bottle*

I, still, like the views said...

New Scientist has a lot to say about bogus claims about "things" added to water; and there is currently a campaign in the UK for it to be acceptable to ask in a restaurant for a glass of ordinary tap water without the waiter sneering at you, which even given the carbon footprint of the bottled waters we get here is a small thing to ask. . .

I, still, like the views said...

hope you get to feeling better soon

((((((((((((mel)))))))))))

Gordie said...

Love will help you through the days with no fun better than fun will through the days without love.

Gordie said...

mel's obviously just too young for the Beach Boys.

mig bardsley said...

Any waiter dared sneer at me if I ask for a glass of tap water, I'd pour it down his trousers (or her bra) and then ask for another one.
But generally they don't. Sneer.
(and I haven't told them what I'd do if they did, so presumably they weren't going to anyway)
(Or maybe I'm just too dim to recognise a sneering waiter when I see one :)

Actually I don't suppose I really would. Do the pouring thing. But I'd think about it and that would make me laugh out loud which would cancel out the sneering anyway :)

Mel said...

Oh, that Gordie is not only smart--he's wise enough to make that statement. LOL

And Oooohhhh how I'd love to be a mouse in the corner when Mig orders water from a sneering waiter. LOL

*checking bottle*

Certainly you not suggesting that they mighta LIED about what's in this water, are ya?

:-/

Mel said...

Look here.....I've paid good money to drink a gallon or ten of this fancy arsed water! LOL

Rawr!

RAWWRRRR!!!!!