Breaking the NEWS… The Reverend Al Sharpton just renamed the Secretary of Department of Homeland Security, his name is now Alejandro MARAKAS. In other news:
“I used to love her, but I had to KILL HER — I knew I’d miss her — So I had to keep HER — She’s buried right in MY BACK YAaaaaaaaa-ah’RD 🎶
And Avi Velshi our prayers were answered, and today it was FISH TACOS… it’s always FISH TACOS in France, it does not matter if they serve the Fuckn’ LAMB.
Anyhow, Avi Velshi this is Last Week To THEY and Öüï is going to draw the lines on them Circles (not to be confused with Venn’s diagrams), and Eye begins with Hallie Jackson’s dearly departed dog*.
In context, a CAUCASIAN (by CENSUS standards) went missing in the Great State of WHY-Oh-Ming, her lover, a guy by the name of LAUNDRY³ or something like that is the main suspect (punto y coma) yada, yada, yada, the CAUCASIAN’s deteriorating corpse was found in the middle of nowhere (as Eye mentioned the attention and FOCUS on this CAUCASIAN’s case develops in the STUPID state of Wyoming)… in this MEDIA CIRCUS process, a reality TV star who goes by the name of DOGG the Bounty Hunter (or something like that) was spotted yesterday knocking at the Dead White Chick house, and word at the GEORGES POMPIDOU public information Library is that even MAJOR THOM at the International Space Station is on the lookout for the DEAD CAUCASIAN’s lover, who might Öüï add, IS… on the motherfucking LAMB!
³./ Öüï might have mispelled her lover’s name— but Eye does not speak French and, Fenster The Copy Editor is on vacation with Bob Costa in Florida.
ANYHOW, Chet le Boulanger, Track 6 of Abbey Road is basically the same song that IGGY and The STOOGES recorded on TRACK 6 of RAW Power and Track 6 of Georgia Peaches.
Harrison titled his, “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” while The Iguana went with the more needy (pardonner la Re-don-Dance):
You won’t find any G-n-R on stock at the Pompidou Juke Box, but GEORGES surely stocks the STOOGES* en Juke-BOX
DISC 1: RAW POWER
Track 3: Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell
(Originally titled “Hard To Beat”)
TODAY in History, 1969—ABBEY ROAD is recorded/released, it would be The Beatles last and the ART depicts the FUNERAL of “the cute one“