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The most adorable song

Thursday, February 15th, 2007

I first heard this song several months ago and I’d been meaning to get the album since then. I finally got it today and I can’t stop playing this song! It’s “Your Adorable Beast” by Bobby Bare Jr. You don’t even need to be a dog owner or a dog lover to adore this song.

I look cute at the end of your leash –
Your adorable beast
As I salivate on your shoes

Obedient and true –
Loyal through and through
A fuzzy reflection of you

If you are wounded, I will lick it
If you feed me, I won’t forget it
If I mess up, just rub my nose in it

You let me out to sniff around
Do my business and stretch out
And I always come running when you call

Chorus
I look cute at the end of your leash –
your adorable beast
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

I was lost when you found me –
Half crazy and mangy
You cleaned me up and I’m here for good

But if I run away, will you miss me
Search through the streets for me
Because I will be looking for you

I look cute at the end of your leash –
your adorable beast
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

And if I growl, well I don’t mean it
And if I bark, just give me a kick
And when I whine, pay me no mind, cuz I’m just missing you

I’ll chase your enemies away
Lick your momma on the face
I’ll only wag my tail when I’m with you

I’ll follow you anywhere around to every part of town
Show me off like a new tattoo

I look cute at the end of your leash –
your adorable beast
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Posted by Francesca

Good Things

Friday, April 28th, 2006

When we go through rough times we have a tendency to search various avenues for signs of meaning, truth and inspiration. Historically, I have turned to music and books for such guidance, and lately I am identifying with Canadian singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards, especially with a line from her song “Good Things”: There are some things that I believe/Like if you’ve got nothing you’ve still got your family

Kathleen sings the truth here. I don’t know how I’d have been able to survive the last six months without my family.

(Sorry for getting all mushy)

Top of the World

Tuesday, April 25th, 2006
One of the saddest and most emotional songs I've ever heard in my life, "Top of the World," penned and sung by Patty Griffin (and covered by the Dixie Chicks) is on repeat on my Windows Media Player and in ... [Continue reading this entry]

sarcasm is always better

Thursday, March 30th, 2006
I stumbled across this poem I wrote on September 22, 1997. I was 19 years old and clearly dealing with an issue or two about a guy. It's not Poet Laureate-worthy, but I remember being really proud of ... [Continue reading this entry]

All I Want For Christmas Is You

Monday, December 19th, 2005
Written by Mariah Carey and Walter Afanasieff I don't want a lot for Christmas There's just one thing I need I don't care about presents underneath the Christmas tree I just want you for my own, more than you could ever know Make my wish ... [Continue reading this entry]

Truckin’ It

Friday, February 18th, 2005
I recently transferred files from my old computer onto my new one. Some of these files began on the computer Papa (my grandfather) bought for my sister and me back in 1996 at the cost of $2,000. At ... [Continue reading this entry]

Bicycle

Wednesday, March 17th, 2004
Pink and cherry and white with silver bicycle Cushy and big, light crimson seat shaped like a Wonder Bread loaf Checkerboard squares covered handlebar grips Sun beat yellow, orange and scarlet summer rays making metal swelter My chubby-cheeked fuzzy reflection in mirrors But I swear ... [Continue reading this entry]

Haiku

Tuesday, March 9th, 2004
My latest Haiku submission to Poetry.com Family, through words At Folinazzo.com, Keep in touch with me Copyright 2006 Felicia Michele Folinazzo