TPOF Question #17 ~ Jack and the Ladies

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Re: TPOF Question #17 ~ Jack and the Ladies

Unread postby DeppInTheHeartOfTexas » Tue Aug 23, 2011 5:56 pm

Great answers all around! gemini, maybe she did have some other "friends" and we just dont' know her back story. :grin:
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Re: TPOF Question #17 ~ Jack and the Ladies

Unread postby fansmom » Tue Aug 23, 2011 6:44 pm

redrascal1 wrote:
fansmom wrote:Ok, some of us are also old enough to remember "Brandy," by Looking Glass--
:sing: "But my life, my love, and my lady is the sea . . ." :music:
That is an amazing coincidence!!
I've just been listening to that song and it could have been written for Jack!
Care to comment, Liz? :lol:
Coincidences like that happen around me all the time, redrascal1, so Liz claims I live in the Twilight Zone. :hypnotic:

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Re: TPOF Question #17 ~ Jack and the Ladies

Unread postby Liz » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:43 pm

fansmom wrote:
redrascal1 wrote:
fansmom wrote:Ok, some of us are also old enough to remember "Brandy," by Looking Glass--
:sing: "But my life, my love, and my lady is the sea . . ." :music:
That is an amazing coincidence!!
I've just been listening to that song and it could have been written for Jack!
Care to comment, Liz? :lol:
Coincidences like that happen around me all the time, redrascal1, so Liz claims I live in the Twilight Zone. :hypnotic:

What are the odds???? But where it comes to your world, fansmom, again, I'm not surprised. :bigwink:
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