Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Music For The New Year



Deal Me In

Hey look me over, 
white hair and all
living my best years, 
having quite a ball
don’t count me out folks, 
don’t pass me by
I figure because I’m still here on this earth 
you’re stuck with me – oh my 
and I’ll be up on my Facebook,
Twitter and more
the New Year is coming – 
don’t know what’s in store
I’m a little bit goofy and full of cheer, 
so let me give you some
to the New Year - 
here I come










16 comments:

  1. I adore Bea Arthur. Happy New Year, girl!

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  2. If there was a like button, I'd click it. You go girl! Happy New Year to you.

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  3. a little goofy and full of cheer is a great way to be helen...will take you just as you are...

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  4. Hey Look Me Over is a good song to take off from. I like the goofy and full of cheer flavor of this one! Write On.

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  5. thanks for your comments and for dropping by my blog...happy new year!

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  6. Helen, I loved everything about this! On the new year a bit of 'goofy' is good! Your spirit is infectious, and I just want to say: "Go, Girl!"

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  7. May we all live to sing this song like you! You go girl! The world needs more Helens!

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  8. WOW! your recording on youtube BLEW! Me! AWAY!

    FABulous, Helen!!!

    i probably shouldn't say this, but since you went the extra mile and SANG your poem i will ~
    yours is THE best response to the prompt!

    thank you so much for sharing at Poetry Jam. you rock!

    dani ♥

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  9. Fantastic Helen! You have a great voice! You go girl!!! Happy New Year to you!

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  10. Very optimistic! Well penned!
    -Erick Flores

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  11. Helen,

    Thanks for the Bea Arthur. I'd almost forgotten how much she brightened things!

    Trulyfool
    (Happy New Year!)

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  12. great lyrics, well done.

    Happy New Year.

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  13. Helen...
    You are a very creative and talented Lady, Thanks for stopping by.
    Happy New Year...G

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  14. Ah Bea Arthur... what a character! And I watched the You Tube version of Judy Garland sing this song after Bea's. Sigh... Yes, look out World, here I come.

    Loved this spunky poem.

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