Do the words "take the day off" have meaning to you? Used to! If I had to trade something for a day off I would probably pass. Now we get EVERY DAY OFF!! Blurs the days and weeks a bit but I still know what "time" it is! Oops! Just read this and believe it is "time" for me to stop writing!
The Turntable - 50's Oldies . . . The flipSide - 60's, 70's & 80's . . . Skips Corner Two Kayaks from King Island, 1928. . . . The Club PUB - Five tips for cutting the cost of having your taxes done
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
"The Old Lamp-Lighter" is a popular song. The music was written by Nat Simon, the lyrics by Charles Tobias. The song was published in 1946. The lyrics sentimentalize and memorialize the profession of lamplighters, who walked city streets at dusk turning on the gas-powered streetlamps and turned them off again at dawn.
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"Harbour Lights", also "Harbor Lights", is a popular song by Hugh Williams (pseudonym for Austrian exile composer Will Grosz) with lyrics by Northern Irish songwriter Jimmy Kennedy. This song was originally sung by American singer Frances Langford in 1937, and was published again in 1950. The Platters (peaking at #8 on the Billboard charts in 1960),