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January 09, 2009



I just found your blog by googling fabric collage, but I have to say, I love that song, so you have my support. I know most of it from TMBG, but I have no idea what the original even sounds like. Have fun!


Claudia, I've been searching for two hours to the lyrics of quite a different song (or poem)that my father used to sing about Constantinople! It contains the lyrics: "a "c" and an "i" spell constantini, and an ople in the pople spells constantinople.
My father died in 2001 at 83 yrs and neither my sisters, brothers or I can remember anymore than that.


Count me in, too. I have the soundtrack to Mona Lisa Smile and this song is on it.


I've never read nor known the full lyrics, either!

As to the resolution? I like it!

Crafting Jen

I can totally sympathize. I should do the same - I've had snippets of Huey Lewis and the News' "Heart of Rock 'n Roll" bouncing around my head since sometime in November.

Must be something going around - you are not the first case of a persistent, months-long ear worm besides myself that I've heard about recently.

Sue Lyn

Good for you, Claudia! The world is too full of earnest and deadly serious New Year's resolutions (most of which never get kept). I resolve to learn the words to Istanbul (Not Constantinople) with you. You can never know too many silly songs. In fact, I'm quite proud of the repertoire I learned back in my Girl Scout days.

Funny that you and I both posted after long droughts on the same day!

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