So, I've got two wake-up selections for you this morning--they'll have to do. And if they don't wake you up, these images of Creepy Bunny (thank you, Evelyn) will probably bring you into the moment but fast:
"Buwa-ha-haaaa! I feel creepy, Oh so creepy!"
"Put 'em up! C'mon! What're you afraid of?"
"Come play with me! Forever, and ever, and ever, and...."
"I'm Creepy Bunny's brother, Scary Bunny!"
"Of course, I don't look the least bit scary, do I? Er... do I?"
Anyhow, here are the two tracks that got here:
Alabama Jubilee (Yellen-Cobb), The Ferko String Band, 1956. From the Media label single.
Promenade Indian Style (Robison), Carson Robison and His Pleasant Valley Boys, 1952. From MGM single.
If that second one doesn't bring back memories of politically-incorrect TV and movie Westerns, nothing can! As for the first side, it was a 1956 hit. No chart info handy, but it sold a lot of copies. The song, written by Jack Yellen and George L. Cobb, dates back to 1915. The original lyrics are even less p.c. than the Robison verses....
Anyway, I hope Box.net becomes more accepting of files. And.... Oh, no. Creepy and his brother Scary have crowded into the same frame. Say "Cheese!" ("Carrot"?)
"Mutants? Who? Little ol' us??"