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SPF: Songs

This week's Stuff Portrait Friday from the lovely Kristine has to be one of the funnest assignments yet. I didn't have to take any new pictures and I really needed a diversion tonight. So, I just scanned pictures in my files and thought about what they reminded me of. So, here are my interpretations.
Sixty Minute Man by Billy Ward and the Dominoes. *evil grin* Do I really need to say more? I fell in love with this song while watching Bull Durham. I was thinking of illustrating with some baseball pics here, but decided to go with my Sixty Minute Man.
Dude Looks Like a Lady by Aerosmith. Enough said. Snapped this fella/gal last year at Anime Fest.
Teach Your Children Well by Crosby, Stills and Nash. This is Mean Old Teacher (known as MOT in comments on the blog). I totally credit her with turning Pickle's education around. Now, he is doing so much better and it is because of her tough love. Our school district lost a great one when they let her leave.
White and Nerdy by Weird Al. Yeah, I thought about using a picture of me for this one, but it is perfect for Pickle.
My Little Girl by Tim McGraw. Get out a hanky before listening to this song. It will bring tears to your eyes. Especially if you're a daddy of a beautiful little girl.
Here Comes the Sun by George Harrison. I was driving home last summer from Sam's or something in Lewisville and this site was so beautiful. I had to pull over and take some pictures.
Redneck Woman by Gretchen Wilson. Last year at German Fest, I wore my cowboy hat and Little Bit wanted to try it on. She looked so damn cute.
Sneaky Snake by Tom T. Hall. I can't even believe I remember this song from my childhood. My daddy was a big time Tom T. Hall fan. I thougth about using Spiders and Snakes by Jim Stafford. That is another favorite of mine. For some weird reason, I actually had the sheet music to that song. This is Hot Rod last year with the school snake, Edna.

All My Exes Live in Texas. Yep, that's Uzz, my ex. No more explanation needed. Him and his peeps. LOL.
Last spring, I made off to Mexico on a cruise with one of my dear friends (known in the comments as LaLa). We stopped at some tourist trap and had free tequila shots ... and me and tequila, well, it isn't too far off to say that Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off, the funny song by Joe Nichols.
So, did you play? If so, leave me a link to your page and go tell Kristine, too.


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