Lakes of Ponchatrain is one of my all time favorite songs. I'd forgotten about it. Thanks :-) And now, to bed with me!
Map, I love that song by Paul Brady. Thanks! And I hope one day you *do* get to shake his hand.Your cousin Andy... well, I had a bit of a struggle understanding him... ;-)xoxoxo
Brother Map,That's a spirited and festive song by Andy. I really enjoyed the Lakes of Ponchatrain.U
Bloody Scots, I could no understand a word.The Brady fella though, now that's a different story.
Och, Donald, where's yer troosers
And yet the American not only loved Cousin Andy, but understood him perfectly well. :)They were both wonderful songs...I just liked the lively spirit of the first. :)
Fabulous gentleman Mr Stewart. Much beloved of my grandparents. Fine way to spend a Sunday evening, listening to his warbles.
debra; to a long and pleasant sleep I hope!xxxPon; och aye the noo!xxxU; I just love that song!Jimmy; what a strange language!Clyde; all me troosers be in the cleaners laddie!hope; we kids just loved this of a saturday neet!Madame DF; My dad was known as the 'Fabulous Gentleman'! We came from a very poor area, but he would save up for a year to buy a bespoke suit! He was a cool guy, and I think I may have picked up some of his foibles!(And HE was always known as Mr. Stewart!, His full name was James Mary Stewart!)