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Red hot off the press, Lil boy Clancy is coming out big time and his mama is amongst the first to know it but… here is today’s episode, #016
Ms. Johnson was busy doing chores when it happened, the knock on the gate followed by a voice; Ms. Johnson Ms. Johnson, are you listening? Clancy is on the radio!
Either her son was live on a radio show, maybe doing an interview or his music was being played on the radio. It was the latter, though she did not recognize the song, the voice was unmistakably Clancy's.
The other thing is, she just got the ending of the song; together we are harmony so right, my music and I... tell me who can separate the music from me now.
Oh no she whispered, she looked through the window, seeing the kids still there she went back to open the door, the children was eager to fill her in Clancy's song was playing on the radio, did you hear it? No, not all of it she said, but I'll listen for the next time they play it.
She was taken aback at the sleuth of emotion which permeates her body, seeing she wasn't keen on the idea that her son has given up on the prospect of a promising and respectable corporate career by pursuing the education he was well positioned and capable of acquiring.
First he got sidetracked by the sports program and now he has done gone and given up on that one too.
Disappointment and frustration are the term used for filling in the voids surrounding those accounts on the record for her son, but at the same time, excitement and joy, she was excited to see that he was reaping success at the things he chooses to do, be it playing football or as it is now, Singing.
Instantaneously, she remembered the tape Clancy had given her when he was there a few days ago. She searched for and found it on the center table where it was ever since.
She inserts it into the slot on the tape recorder and hit the play knob. There it was, the song in its entirety plus an additional track without lyrics, which she later found out one possible reason for that when it was released as a single later that year, the lyrics sounds to her as the rantings of a drunken sailor.
Well that's just from the perspective of a tame and well-mannered "Christian mother who raised her son to adhere to good moral ethics.
Otherwise, the song was just conforming to the norms of the times. Come, come over and do me a favor, come on over and do me a favor tonight. Come on over and do me, a favor, come on over and do me a favor tonight.
These are the lyrics for the chorus of the second song Ms. Johnson heard from her son. She did not bother to listen to the rest of it, at least not on the first encounter.
That's it folks, hoping you are having as much fun as we are having here bringing in to you. If you have questions or comments, drop us a note in the space provided below and we'll get back to you shortly. remember to tell a friend about this and come join us again tomorrow for the next episode in the series, #017.
Extra extra; Here are a few flashbacks from this date in history.
1667 - Jean-Baptiste Denys administered the first fully-documented human blood transfusion. He successfully transfused the blood of a sheep to a 15-year old boy.
1844 - Charles Goodyear was granted a patent for the process that strengthens rubber.
1846 - The United States and Britain settled a boundary dispute concerning the boundary between the U.S. and Canada, by signing a treaty.
1877 - Henry O. Flipper became the first African American to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
1938 - Johnny Vandemeer (Cincinnati Reds) pitched his second straight no-hitter.
1978 - King Hussein of Jordan married 26-year-old American Lisa Halaby, who became Queen Noor.
1986 - Pravda, the Communist Party newspaper, reported that the chief engineer of the Chernobyl nuclear plant was dismissed for mishandling the incident at the plant.
1992 - It was ruled by the U.S. Supreme Court that the government could kidnap criminal suspects from foreign countries for prosecution.
1992 - U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle instructed a student to spell "potato" with an "e" on the end during a spelling bee. He had relied on a faulty flash card that had been written by the student's teacher. Thanks to the folok's at; On this day.com