The Steely Dan references just keep coming.
So how come nobody ever pulls lines from The Fez?
Because, Stephen, even on the internet ain’t never gonna do it *without the fez on.*
I thought that was from “Haitian Divorce”…
Could that line be in both songs?
Yeah, that one is from Haitian Divorce. And it makes a nice header for most any music related post.
The gag wit The Fez is, there are only about two lines in the whole song. Not much there to snag.
I think those SF bridge lights are sucking the ice right out from under the baby seals.
Even though I don’t want to be your holy man.
Thanks…just wanted to make sure I wasn’t crazy, or wasn’t high…just an ordinary guy…
Surely “I want to be your holy man” has to have been used by someone writing about the Obamessiah.
Funny, I just posted these lines on a comment at IMAO:
Sheena’s party – there’s a case in point
That right-wing hooey sure stunk up the joint
Donald Fagan just keeps better with time. Aja and Gaucho are better now than when they were first released. Even Abbey Road has lost its luster for me, but even in my dotage “Babylon Sisters, Shake it!” can warm my -er- heart.
You say this guy is so cool
Snapping his fingers like a fool
One more expensive kiss-off
Who do you think I am? . . .
Who is Obama, Amigo?
Why is he standing
In your spangled leather poncho
And your elevator shoes
Such as your friend
Will never be welcome here
High in the Custerdome
Why is he standing there with
And here I kept thinking that it was “Clowns to the Left of Me, Jokers to the Right.”
Some Spitzer, anyone?:
Daddy don’t whore in that New York City no more …
Perhaps it is a sign that you should become
the Kirschwasser Pundit?
Regards to Klaus and the Rooster…
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