I actually replied to the first post yesterday morning, but apparently did not click Submit. And this time Firefox did not remember what I typed. Here I go again: When I was in grade school, we had a Christmas play and they put me in the choir. After a rehearsal, the teacher took me aside and said it would be best if I just moved my lips. I recommend air guitar. So too late then-- they're already corrupted by show biz. Including "I Can Feel Your Fetus's Heartbeat" and "Breech Baby Blues." Now that's my LAS. I was so hoping that Phelps would pick Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin from his portfolio and tell Barney that he needs a spaceship by noon. Marilyn Munster? With hopefully some visual cue to tip off Barney. And Dana gets out in about seven years for good behavior. Mel from Mel's Diner. This one seemed a bit random. That makes sense. And then Reed is the seasoned vet mentoring the new rookie. Such a weird and creepy song. I don't remember it from when it was new, but it was a staple of Lost 45s when I used to listen. I just can't get into that James Taylor sound (except for "Mexico," which I just heard on AT40 yesterday). In contrast, I do love the Staple Singers sound. This isn't their best, but it's pleasant to listen to. Not Van's best, either, but nice to listen to. Not my cup of tea, but I always have a soft spot for Andy Williams. This is beautiful, as the Carpenters usually are. It's Tom Jones. What can you say? And here's a classic. And now I'm going to click Post Reply for real and make sure it goes through.