Wednesday, March 10, 2021

March On With JOURNEY Of Andy's Music Posters

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Journey - With Steve Perry
Thanks to Michael Bangar for the memory.

Don't Stop Believin'

Workin' hard to get my fill
Everybody wants a thrill
Paying anything to roll the dice
Just one more time
Some will win
Some will lose
Some were born to sing the blues
Oh the movie never ends
It goes on and on, and on, and on...

[Composers - Cain Jonathan, Friga John L.]

March is fraud prevention month.
Be wary.

These posters are messages received from friends or 
were sent to them daily on What'sApp.
So cute words came out, like - Good Moo-ning,
Happy Niu Year and many more. Please contribute. 

We lost some trees in Singapore.

It doesn't mean that after your vaccination you're safe.
The new-norm habits still apply.

Journey - Don't Stop Believin' 
[Escape Tour 1981. Live in Houston, Texas, US]

A good friend threw his away absent-mindedly.
I ran round the mall looking for a spare.
A kindly shop assistant gave us one.

Vinyl records are again being sold today;
and goldie oldies are coming back.

Many around - on the internet, on the streets,
in the office, around your neighborhood
Even on What'sApp.

Now isn't this true.

This valued practice is going to the dogs.
And we're still in the cow year.

A much March reminder.
LKY said to plant trees, not to chop them down.

Yes, don't talk,
just send your SMS's.

Mug shot of a lunar cow, 
our symbolic Chinese Zodiac sign,
poster boy for this year.

Yes, this date was the 4th of March, 2021.

Like it or not, the robots are here to stay. 
We are cyborgs aren't we; holding a machine everywhere we go, 
which is now part of us - the smart phone.
Journey - Open Arms - Live
YouTube video - from Journey

Images - composites of illustrations from Google,
while some are originals.

1 comment:

Cedric Collars said...

As I was going through your music/sayings posters I had the sudden thought that you, Andy, being a scholar of English Literature would remember a prose poem by Max Hermann named " Desiderata" which was sung/spoken by Les Crane in 1971. I feel these words are so relevant to the present times both in human behaviour and emotions. " Go placidly amidst the noise and the haste.... Strive to be happy"