Comments: A Song For Morrigan

It the originators of the LINE DANCE!!!!

Posted by Amy at May 1, 2007 05:15 AM


Posted by Richmond at May 1, 2007 07:32 AM

I LOVE THAT SONG! Someone could have told the DJ to play it. It seemed like I had to talk to him every 10 min to play something the group would dance to...

The request was a good one for sure!

Posted by Morrigan at May 1, 2007 08:09 AM

It was on the list to be played!!! We were keeping it a secret from you. However, they never informed me they didn't have it...we could have downloaded and brought had we known. Dang when will people listen to their customer who's picking up the tab?

Posted by mom at May 1, 2007 08:44 AM

That was great. A 'new song' for the couple to use every anniversary. ;-)

Posted by vw bug at May 1, 2007 08:56 AM

I used to be that skinny. I would eat and eat and never put on a pound. At 19, when I joined the Navy my waist was 26! When I got out it was 28. Sometime in my 30's it crept up to 34 and it was that unitl about 8 years ago. Now it's 36. Fah!

I'm so happy for Morrigan. Her husband is a lucky guy.

Posted by Denny at May 1, 2007 12:33 PM

Hey Denny, I remember being that skinny too.

Yeah, 6'1" / 125 #. Those pegged to the knee bell bottoms made you look even taller and thinner.

Of course, I'm twice that know, or I was when I last weighed myself a year ago.

Posted by The Thomas at May 1, 2007 07:07 PM

I note that Keyboards, Bass, and Drums are minority hires.

I do miss the days when music wasn't so segregated.

Posted by The Thomas at May 1, 2007 07:11 PM

Ah yes, a Dreamland Skating Rink Classic...

Congrats Mo!


Posted by P'Cola Titan at May 1, 2007 09:09 PM

Perhaps we can all dance to that song at the next blogmeet. And by "we", I mean "you folks".

Posted by zonker at May 2, 2007 05:24 AM

Dreamland skating rink--wow--that brings back memories. Hokey Pokey on skates--that is hysterical for a clutz like me.

Posted by sticks at May 2, 2007 04:40 PM


I have that original 45. "We're riding on the Groove Line tonight. Woo Hoo!"

Songs were so deep back then. Ha!

Posted by Jerry at May 2, 2007 10:53 PM