Since you are my rock and my fortress, for the sake of your name lead and guide me.
1. A song that reminds you of Summer2. If you could have something named after you, what would it be?3. A saying that rings true for you4. What do you think the first impression you give people is?5. ..And what would you rather it be?
1. 'Boys of Summer'...der2. A surfboard...3. Glass half full...4. Umm...cheery, confident...dunno5. Cheery, confident...dunno
1. Christmas Carols especially the versions i listen to.2. Well there are Elizabeth Streets and there is even a Dixon St in china Town, I know there not technically named after me. Probably a library. You'll tell me the old part of the State library is the Mitchell and Dickson Library but that is spelt wrong. 3. It never rains but it pours.4. Quiet and boring.5. Fun and interesting.
1. Anything with the word "summer" in the title. That's so lame, I know...2. A lighthouse. I love them.3. Don't sweat the small stuff. It's so true but I can't seem to help myself...4. I'm like Crazyjedidiah...definitely quiet and boring5. Confident, inspiring and interesting.
1. 'Things are not perfect in our yard', by Hem.2. A food, like a pizza or a cake.3. You learn something every day.4. I worry about this. Frowning and sinister, I fear.5. Warm and intelligent.
1. "Summertime and the Livin' Is Easy" ... and also the Mungojerrie one "In the Summertime"2. Well, already got a diamond and a region of Australia ... I think really what I'd prefer is that they'd just correct the spelling to Kimberly!!3. Absence makes the heart grow fonder4. Depends on the day, but usually "WOW she's energetic!"5. I'm okay with it as is!
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1. T-shirt Weather by The Lucksmiths2. I was thinking about this the other day, while walking past the Joan Sutherland Centre! Maybe a library? Or a wine?3. I can't think of any, and the others mentioned earlier don't stand out as ringing particularly true... PASS.4. Smiley and outgoing5. I think I'm okay with that... it's the second and third impressions I'd change if I could.
1. Beach boys "let's go surfing now"2. A statue3. Dance like nobody's watching (especially if you dance like a ferret)4. Overwhelming5. Sometimes I need to tone the overwhelming down a notch :)
1. Darryl Braithwaite's "As the days go by". Don't even own the song myself but it must have been a hit during a summer of my youth because it's what jumps to mind.2. A rare slug.3. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.4. Weird and fierce.5. Lovable and friendly. But I'm not fooling nobody.
1.Summer by Buffalo Tom2.An undiscovered ancient species of tree that I would stumble across while mountaineering in the wildnerness.3.The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom4.Friendly, but nervy and stuttery.5.Intriguingly deep and ridiculously good looking.
1. Walking on sunshine2. A granddaughter would be nice. 3. Red sky at night...4. Shy, stand offish, 5. Shy, interested.
Pedro- I've always seen you as a glass half full kinda guy. I like that- you see the positive in things.Crazyjed- I love Christmas carols. I start cranking them from the start of December. My favourite is a King's College Boys Choir cd I have.Karen- Oh yeah, I'm a small stuff sweater as well. I love the lighthouse idea.Jess- I've totally got it.. The Jessicake!!Kim- nice song choices!Logan J Skew- okay, I totally will!Belle- I think I'm the opposite: I prefer my second and third impressions to my firsties.George- Im glad someone mentioned The Beach Boys. My favourite band of all times. "Sufin' Safari" is the one your lyric is from. Because you needed to know that!Deb- Dazza Braitho's! c'mon though, not "One Summer"?Ruth- Yeah it would be lovely to have a g'kid named after you. I'd love that too.
I love love love love the Beach Boys Ben :)
1. Secret Heart by Ron Sexsmith. We played the album it's taken from during our honeymoon as we drove around Tassie.2. A jazz festival.3. the bigger they are, the harder they fall.4. I have no idea.5. open.
Most of the christmas carols that I listen to are interpretations by christian artists as well as the carol cd that the Australian youth choir put out when my sister was in her first year of it with darryl cotton (who my computer/mp3 player has named darryl hannah).
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