Sunday Morning Coming Down

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. loosewire

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    That what ,Johnny Cash would sing,what makes you want to sing.
    What lifts your spirit up to the top,that makes you spill over to song.
    Have you ever jumped up and down in excitement on the coffee table.
    Has any thing ever made you feel that good. What If you did not have
    the computer as as outlet for your emotions.Your computer gone what
    would today be like,have you experienced life without the computer
    and cell phone. Many of us use the c.b. radio,the two way radio in
    our daily lives to communicate. I see people with a cell phone to
    there ear every waking moment.What are the odds of finding yourself
    on this Forum,where you can express your self when you want. What
    about just scanning over all the sections to find something of interest
    anytime day or nite. As good as the Forum is you cannot get the
    answers when you need them. Sunday Morning chat. An enforcement
    type just dropped off my Sunday morning coffee,how good can it get.
    I salvaged a kodak docking station and got two free l.e.d.s all
    powered up. I mentioned doing the same for a 44 volt regulated power
    supply with a/c cord ready to go,would make a good album picture.
    Sunday Morning Chat
     
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  2. happyganl

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    I am down too
     
  3. VoodooMojo

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    cheer up, little one.
    it beguiles to face piles of trials with smiles.
     
  4. loosewire

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    This was a great post. Its Sunday morning again...remembering

    Johnny Cash...his songs have met the test of time.

    Like the song...The boy name Sue,..Sunday Morning Coming down

    And I Walk The Line....many more.
     
  5. nerdegutta

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    Good morning, Loosewire.

    I'm into my second cup of coffee. :)
     
  6. loosewire

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    A glass of V-8 vegetable juice here,do they sell that in the north country.

    Things have changed since this post started,we have all the new selfey

    phones and cameras now.
     
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  7. nerdegutta

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    Yes, the grocery stores sell vegetable juice. I don't like it, so I take c-vit and cod liver oil everyday.
     
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  8. Brownout

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    Ring of Fire, Folsom Prison Blues, Jackson, etc.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Johnny_Cash_songs

    PS: Does anyone know the title of the song performed in the movie "Walk the Line" in the Folsom prison scene? I'd like to know it; that was a heckofa piece of work.

    HA! found it.

     
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  9. loosewire

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    I walk the line was the song name and movie title.
     
  10. Brownout

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    The one I was looking for is "Cocaine Blues"
     
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  11. loosewire

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    First time hearing about the song, must have been late in his career.
     
  12. tcmtech

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    Surprisingly it doesn't take much to put me in a good mood. Most days just getting out of bed and having something to work on for the day is a good start for me.

    Playing with my daughter is a good one. Or at least until she turns in pouty princess for what ever reason little girls tend to do that. Wide emotional swings tend to bewilder me to a high degree. :rolleyes:
     
  13. Brownout

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    Loosewire, I had never heard it until the movie. But he performed the song during his Folsom Prison show in 1969. Must not have been a hit in the record stores, but man, what a nice piece of work.
     
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