Well The Kid and me were the team to beat We could stand up to the big boys, generate some heat and we never thought nothin' about livin on the streat back then.
Yes sir, we lied a little, and we maybe stole some sayin "Southern CA here we come" and we took off down the highway sayin' never goin' back again
Chorus: It was on the first day of summer we were the number one outfront runner On the first day of summer nothin feels the same and it feels so good It was on the first day of summer It was on the first day of summer On the first day of summer the whole world knows your name and it feels so good
Now the kid was drivin and I rode shotgun we were splittin up the money from our number ones beatin' time to the radio Yes I'm gonna be someone
Campin' by the road out in Santa Fe The kid stole the keys and he drove away I wound up washin' dishes at a Holiday Inn sometime I wonder what became of him
It was on the first day of summer we were the number one outfront runner On the first day of summer nothin feels the same and it feels so good It was on the first day of summer It was on the first day of summer On the first day of summer the whole world knows your name and it feels so good
In the United States and the rest of the northern hemisphere, the first day of the summer season is the day of the year when the Sun is farthest north (on June 21st or 22nd). This day is known as the Summer Solstice.
The declination of the Sun on the Summer Solstice is known as the tropic of cancer (23° 27'). In the southern hemisphere, winter and summer solstices are exchanged so that the Summer Solstice is the day on which the Sun is farthest south.
A common misconception is that the earth is further from the sun in winter than in summer. Actually, the Earth is closest to the sun in December which is winter in the Northern hemisphere.
As the Earth travels around the Sun in its orbit, the north-south position of the Sun changes over the course of the year due to the changing orientation of the Earth's tilted rotation axes. The dates of maximum tilt of the Earth's equator correspond to the Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice, and the dates of zero tilt to the Vernal Equinox and Autumnal Equinox.
The reason for these changes has to do with the Earth's yearly trip around the sun. For part of the year the Earth's North Pole points away from the sun and part of the time toward it. This is what causes our seasons. When the North Pole points toward the sun, the sun's rays hit the northern half of the world more directly. That means it is warmer and we have summer.
The day of the summer solstice is the longest day of the year. The length of time elapsed between sunrise and sunset on this day is a maximum for the year. In the United States, there are about 14½ hours of daylight on this day.
When my Uncle Sonny blew back into town I'd just go for a ride and have a look around Took off his fedora Stuck his fingers in the crown And he pulled out twenty dollars And he laid that money down And he called out to a taxi cab "take me down to Central Park and keep that meter runnin' to the twenty dollar mark" And he kept his eyes turned forward And he sat up straight and tall And no one even noticed him No one cared at all
Chorus: It's a fine fine day for a reunion It's a fine fine day for comin' home You did your sittin' you did hard time But you ain't gonna sit no more They can't keep you there no more It's a fine fine day And nothin's gonna take you, Nothin's take you away It's a fine fine day Oh, yeh
The last time I saw Sonny I was just about this tall And he always made my momma kinda crazy when he called And him and my old man would stand and whisper in the hall Then they'd disappear and maybe not come home at all Then one day, Sonny stopped comin' around Heard he got himself into a little trouble out in town Sometime after that he finally disappeared for good But he pulled that old Houdini like we always knew he would
It's a fine fine day for a reunion It's a fine fine day for comin' home You did your sittin' you did hard time But cha ain't gonna sit no more They can't keep you there no more It's a fine fine day, oh yeh And nothin's gonna drag you Nothin's gonna drag you away, oh yeh It's a fine fine day, fine day (back up singers: "oooooo a fine fine day, fine day oooooo a fine fine day, fine day")
seriously: I think Obama should have made them liquidate all their assets both business AND PERSONAL so they could climb over their own pile of s***; instead of expecting the American tax payers to do it.
Sept 1, 2019 20:35:38 GMT -5
seriously: Wake up people! Don't you realize that WE THE PEOPLE don't need the rich, THEY NEED US...to do the work that makes them richer so they don't have to clean their own toilets; and all we get is industrialized meats and crops, GMO's, antibiotic resistance.
Sept 1, 2019 20:38:53 GMT -5
seriously: Patented seed crops, running small farmer's out of business, toxic waste, poisoned water, dirty air, deforestation, global warming. By the way, who even wants to live in a GLOBAL GOVERNMENT world with a GLOBAL ECONOMY?
Sept 1, 2019 20:41:57 GMT -5
seriously: America should be more like Switzerland, fix our own 'broken wagon' and let the rest of the world fix theirs...it's not an U.S.A. problem. Screw oil, it pollutes the earth...GO SOLAR, WIND, WATER POWER! Screw the utility companies!
Sept 1, 2019 20:48:33 GMT -5
seriously: That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it. Best way to topple the rich...eliminate money and go back to the barter system; let the rich wipe their own bums and clean their own toilets...for a change! No more "Groom of the stool" for them.
Sept 1, 2019 20:51:50 GMT -5
seriously: Then banks and wall street can crash all they want; why should we be dragged down with them.
Sept 1, 2019 20:53:16 GMT -5
alanthony 007: hi, its alanthony; attorney " bartner and solicitor " for Miss Darlie Routier. I was out of town working on a high profile case. I'm back with an unusual part of the Law that will set my client free, so shall we proceed. first, everyone must listen to
Nov 27, 2019 20:52:02 GMT -5
Jeffery Daughtery: Walter Barton (Arkie) has been on Missouri's capital punishment row for many, many years. He has been through 5 trials! Each time is guilty. He'll finally go to hell on May 19, 2020...
Feb 22, 2020 20:23:42 GMT -5
Jeffery Daughtery: This site has a locked ARKIE BOARD shouting out his innocence. Shout it out to the devil that his son will be home soon...
Feb 22, 2020 20:25:41 GMT -5
alanthony 008: why would anyone give a s*** about Barton, he is convicted of killing a nobody, and he,s one too.
Mar 20, 2020 4:19:50 GMT -5
alanthony 008: you know.. two pieces of tailor trash, its a waist were even typing about it .. so off he goes, who cares.
Mar 20, 2020 4:30:41 GMT -5