Skip to comments.Lt. Kerry's Lonley Hearts Club Band
Posted on 09/16/2007 3:50:27 AM PDT by Andy'smom
If you thought Scaramouche was a pretentious name for Sen. John Forbes Kerry to give his 42-foot Nantucket gigolo boat, hes gone and topped himself.
Liveshot has scuttled the name Scaramouche and rechristened it . . . Let It Be.
Thats right, the Beatles song. From Freddie Mercury to John Lennon. Im telling you, you cannot make this stuff up.
Why Let It Be? My theory is the more appropriate Lennon-McCartney titles were taken: Nowhere Man and Im a Loser. Not to mention Fool on the Hill.
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
Scaramouche, Scaramouche, can you do the fandango?
“Lonley, you stay away from that strange man!”
“Kerry That Weight” seems like a good name for the life boat.
Its bad luck to re-name a boat.
You’re right, I forgot about that.
LOL. We need some photoshopped versions of Jon Cary’s boat renamed
“Fool on the Hill”
“Hard Day’s Night” (for what it must be like to be married to him, or for him to be married to Teresa)
Any way the wind blows....”
Most excellent bump!
News update: "John Kerry on the Let it be, lost at sea."
Lonley = Lonely
“The Tax Man”
I was thinking the same thing.
But it's nice to know he's encouaging Lady Luck to frown on him!
Howie Carr column ping!
I know, it was still dark here when I copied it, maybe the moderator can change it.
You know, not that I ever saw it, there was a movie made based on Sgt Pepper but it featured the Bee Gees. Which leads me to this song parody I wrote in late ‘04...
He is going back to Massachusetts
Couldn’t win the White House if he tried
And they still love him back in Massachusetts
They voted for him, through all those times he lied
Got a lot of votes in San Francisco
New York and L.A., they loved him too
But he’s still going back to Massachusetts
The Swift Boat hero made Democrats so blue.
National Lampoon once had an article way back (dealing with
George McGovern, I think) called Sargent Shriver’s Bleeding
Heart Club Band :)
>>When she said yes, he was feeling glad all over.
Oops, Howie, that one wasn’t a Beatles song (Glad All Over).
Dave Clark 5, IIRC... :)
Teresa In The Sky With Diamonds (about about $700 million)
“When I’m 64” I won’t be president
Ted K version (Day in the Life, starting with “he blew
his mind out in a car” line):
He drowned Kopechne with his car
He drank too much and drove it off a bridge
Didn’t report it for 10 hours
Got re-elected though
Nobody in Boston cares as long as you’re a Democrat
He’d love to turn...you...on...
AND about $700 milliion, that should say
Glad Al l Over was a DC5 hit, but was subsequently covered by the Beatles (BBC sessions I think with lead vocals by George).
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