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Thread: I have to admit it: I'm missing the Schmaltz!

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    Default Re: I have to admit it: I'm missing the Schmaltz!

    I'm guessing... probably?

    Blatz
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    but not Billy Beer...

    The first two sound like a belching contest. The third was... well let's not go there

    Harv

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    Default Re: I have to admit it: I'm missing the Schmaltz!

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    But to really get in that mood you need to suck down a Schlitz Schmaltz Liquor.
    No Bull! (No, really!! No BULL !!!)
    Ahhhh!!! ROFL I didn't catch that originally haha

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    or whatever they say nowadays

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    Default Re: I have to admit it: I'm missing the Schmaltz!

    Quote Originally Posted by gary View Post
    I keep coming back to this thread and am still confused by it. What's the topic?

    - songs that make you feel nostalgic for the past?
    - songs that are sad and bittersweet?
    - sad songs that cheer you up when you're down?
    - nothing in particular about songs, but rather a comment on the lost, good ole days of youth?

    Someone please enlighten me.
    I dunno, I seriously have these love songs going through my head. I keep playing the tenor parts.

    Last night I serenaded an old biker couple to "My Girl" on the dance floor. I was circling them on the dance floor while the beer belly and old skanker made loving eyes at each other and kissed. They had what I've wanted for a while now. I'm starting to feel like a clown at birthday parties.

    The band last night consisted of an excellent older drummer and bassist who both played new wave back in the day. The guitarist couldn't follow, so I ended up taking all the leads and solos.

    Here's another I played last night: "Falling" by the Beatles, performed with a country feel. I had a gorgeous solo in that one too.

    So f'n schmaltzy. I need more schmaltz with my scotch.
    Just two questions: Where's the Bar located relative to the stage, and does the band get a discount?

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