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sings with a wild swagger;
Bless those skeletal bones,
a’ rattlin’ and a’ shakin’ like rolling stones.
YES!!! This is so good. I love this.
So cool…yes, Mick Jagger is one bony dude with an amazing swagger! Thanks for joining in today.
Mick Jagger does seem to me to be a bit too skinny, but I’m probably jealous.
He was always emaciated.
Awesome! He does seem a bit skeletal these days. 😉
I think he always did.
haha – This was fun – seems we both went with musicians.
Must be a high note for us.
Is the AC down too low, dear?
HAHAHA! Thank you for the laughter! Your wit is admirable!
Thank you. Many people seem to say that I am just full of wit.
wit is hard to find. so i think it’s a compliment? 🙂
yes, in deed.
But if it isn’t, it’s ok, too. I take things good-naturedly and move on (no pun intended). Besides, it’s better than being called witless.
Ha ha. That was clever. 🙂
Wonderful use, lean and mean is Mick Jagger…
I like brilliant. It has a wonderful ring to it.
Favorite so far! 🙂 Perfection, really.
Why, thank you. My heart flutters with appreciation.
Ah!! Very, very clever how you got those rolling stones in there! 🙂
It went along for me with the skeletal image. Thanks, Randy
Clever bit here!
Fun with Mick, built like a stick. Love this, Randy!
like the rhyme,
it sounds like my kind of shtick
hope no one throws a brick!
Naw, that would just be sick!
😉 Thanks for playing (just saying)
You’re welcome, Randy (your name came in handy)
Mick does it with that typical swagger, moving guardedly slow!
You think that guardedly?
Fabulous, I loved this!
So clever! Really enjoyed this one…could picture him in my mind as I read your words. Good one!
good – then I’ve done my job and can (almost) rest on my laurels.
Nice double use of “rolling stones.”
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