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Doe
Raindeer
Caribou

We'll do our best to speed up till next century then Grondy Orc With Thumbs Up Smilie
Horned animals
horned toad = we had them on our farm in eastern Washington. Lizardlike, about 1 inch wide by 2.5 inch long and covered in spikes like the mountains on one of Tolkien's maps.
frogs - you'll have to kiss a lot to find a prince In Love Smilie
a dog named Prince that goes around wearing in a spotted green warted suit looking for gullible young ladies to kiss. Orc Grinning Smilie
a Animated Wink Smilie friend of mine, named Per is living a dog's life, according to himself! Angel Smilie
foe
Sheriff of Nottingham - friend is RH
Prince John another friend (?) of RH Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie
Purple Rain - performed by Prince
The Yellow Reign by I.P. Frealy
The Yellow Submarine - Beatles as far as I recall
The No-where Man One of the characters and songs from the movie, which I have in VHS format.
Everyone

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the movie, which I have in VHS format
But today there's more moss on the Beatles than the Stones !!
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The Yellow Reign by I.P. Frealy

Haha! Clever Grondy Orc Grinning Smilie

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But today there's more moss on the Beatles than the Stones !!

Also, Haha! Clever Raf-Man Elf With a Big Grin Smilie

6,446,131,400 - According to Jeeves Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie
Heartaches by the number! Big Laugh Smilie And that was a great number, wasn't it?
Heartache Hotel by The King (Elvis)
Elvis Castello - kind of noblesse too. (Singer of She)
Abbot and Costello creators of 'the skit "Who's on First."
Neil Armstrong - first man on moon
Jack Armstrong 'all American boy' - hero of a radio show from the time of my youth.
Louis Armstrong - and all that jazz
Saxamaphone
Sousaphone - a wearable tuba named after the famous brass-band composer
Washington Post one of his more famous marches
«The Washington Post» eldest and one of the most important newspaper in Washington, DC
Irritating Journalists (basically just Newspaper reporters) Big Smile Smilie
Tabloids
daily rags
E-news
E-mail
Air-mail
Fee-mail I heard this morning that in May they are again going to raise the rate for first class postage for delivering a letter in the USA by a penny from the 47 cents they imposed upon us last year.
Ticket to ride
Charlie handed in his dime
At the Kendall Square Station
And he changed for Jamaica Plain
When he got there the conductor told him,
"One more nickel."
Charlie could not get off that train.

Chorus:
Did he ever return,
No he never returned
And his fate is still unlearn'd
He may ride forever
'neath the streets of Boston
He's the man who never returned.
Return to sender - one of the King's hit
Heartbreak Hotel It's located down at the end of lonely street and It's another of the King's.
The Love Boat
Love Canal Superfund Site where a domestic houseing project had been built over a hazardous waste dump.
St Valentine
St Elmo's Fire = an electrical phenomenon occurring at sea where the masts and rigging display a blue-green glow and often ball lightening bounces around.
Sesame Street
Sesame seed
Poppy seed roll
Rock'n'Roll
Between a Rock and a Hard Spot Sandwich
James, Earl of Sandwich
Oooooh, theeee Grand ole Duke of York.......
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