This is the greatest discovery in my grade school days – in the early 90s.
The kids who got smirk on their faces know what this “magic chant” by Vic Sotto really meant.
So I baffled Jaycelle one day with this abracadabra and told her to write it down to know its meaning.
She still couldn’t get it so I rewrote it in a nice letterning so maybe one day we can hang it up on our wall and get our kid to ask, “what’s that fookin’ poster, daddy?”
International Red Design Studio has partnered with MMDA to provide you with the latest information on current and upcoming Metro Manila roadway constructions.
We’re talking about interconnected infrastructures that will be worth the hurly burly traffic jam the constructions will cause.
So to all passengers out there – whether you’re a commuter or a backseat driver – sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride (to the drivers as well).
Say goodbye to yesterday
Hit the gas there ain’t no brakes on this lost highway
~ Lost Highway by Bon Jovi
By the way, Bon Jovi’s Lost Highway is up there with the logos because the album’s accompanying me tonight as I work on the project.
I’ll keep you posted once the website has launched.
I heard it the first time when my friend from Malate, Ida, gave me a mix CD with 14 tracks. This particular song captivated me in a gloomy manner – just as Diana Krall’s Midnight Sun did. But the problem was that I didn’t know the title since she didn’t bother listing the track info.
Years have passed – and I am talking CD burning here, not MP3s in flashdrives – Android phones came into being and SoundHound found its place into my phone. I tried to scratch this long time itch and was I lucky to find the singer and composer.
Violet Don’t Be Blue is a song by Herbie Mann and sang by Cissy Houston (Whitney’s mom).
Don’t let this song bring you down now: