Musical palate cleanser, an empty bottle, a broken heart edition

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like that,” Swann said. “I don’t think I’ve ever been a part of anything like that.”

I don’t think I need to explain what “that” is.  We all needed a drink after “that”.  So, in honor of that memory, from Sweetheart of the Rodeo, here’s the Byrds’ cover of “You’re Still On My Mind”.

By the way, the hangover should be gone by now, fellas.  Exorcise the demon Saturday night.


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11 responses to “Musical palate cleanser, an empty bottle, a broken heart edition

  1. baitstand

    I just hope we’re not listening to “Nothing Was Delivered” Saturday night after the game.


  2. Lrgk9

    I’ll see that bet…


  3. Lrgk9

    Aww Heck, I’ll double it

    Bartender – Hit the Throttle


    • Dog in Fla

      November 12, 2014 at 8:20 AM

      “GP was brilliant…” except for the fact that she hangs around with Tennessee fans


  4. Wilcodawg

    GP was brilliant…and modern country has forgotten.


  5. uglydawg

    I’ll se you’re double and raise you this….


  6. uglydawg

    Well, that didn’t work out so well…


  7. Scorpio Jones, III

    The Georgia-Awbun series is filled with the inexplicable….Pat Dye, future Awbun coach backs into the foot of Charlie Britt, blocking a punt (this was in the days when punting was important) which causes a later Awbun touchdown and forces Georgia into Bill Herron’s heroics. The “hoses out” game, the “push-off for the win” and others.

    For whatever reason, Georgia and Awbun were almost always fairly close in on-field talent which has made for some interesting games, indeed.

    With a year to suffer through a zillion-plus replays of the damn play, I am not sure anymore that play is the most miraculous in the long series, although it is up there.

    That thing in 1959 was pretty miraculous, too.


  8. Americus Dawg

    Thanks for the post! Gram Parsons’ voice made me smile this morning.


  9. Hambone

    yeah, buddy! gram parsons!