Welcome to the middle path
- Jana Svoboda, LCSW
- Sporadic photos and notes from a Psyche-midwife, cheerleader, anthropologist--aka clinical social worker in therapy practice. Photos are usually mine except for those of historical events/famous people. Music relevant to the daily topic is often included in a web video embedded below the blog. Click on highlighted links in the copy to get to source or supplemental material. For contact information, see my website @ janasvoboda.com or click on the button to the right below. Join in the conversation.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
January 18th Challenge: Bad Country Jukebox
Wednesday's challenge: Bad County Western Song Titles. Bonus points for writing a verse or more to go with them.
Here's a few real song titles to get you in the mood:
"Her Teeth Were Stained, But Her Love Was Real"
"She's Got Freckles On Her But (t-- I Love Her)"
"How Can I Miss You When You Won't Go Away?"
"You Can't Have Your Kate (and Edith Too)
"How Could You Believe Me When I Told You That I Loved You (When You Know I've Been A Liar All My Life)"
"I Changed Her Oil, She Changed My Life"
"Drop-Kick Me, Jesus, Through The Goal Posts of Life"
"If You Can't Live Without Me, Why Aren't You Dead Yet?"
"The Last Word in 'Lonesome' is 'ME' "
And as a token for your muse: