I used to make my dad play this song every time we pulled up into the driveway after a long vacation. Couldn’t help but sing it when we got home last night. Don’t get me wrong. It was a great trip. Yesterday’s drive was far too long, however.
Rumor has it this song’s about dealing drugs. I’m really not surprised. I’ll still cling to my ignorance and pretend it’s a song about a door to door salesman. Like maybe a guy who sells vacuum cleaners. Or frozen meat.
Today was the last day of school for Christy and the kids.
Cowan’s graduation is tonight.
And fifteen years ago, I donned the cap and gown and did all I could not to actually march to the tune of Pomp & Circumstance.
I like to say that during the early 80s, I kind of lived under a rock when it came to popular music. After you watch one of the more popular videos from my Senior year, you’ll see why I decided to climb back under that rock and spend my time listening to the likes of Rich Mullins, Tchaikovsky, Aaron Copland, and Simon & Garfunkel.