That’s the Way of the World was a 1975 album by the well-loved American band Earth, Wind & Fire.
Details are sketchy from your memories but Gene Kelly did star in a fantastic story about a fabled village called Brigadoon in nearby Scotland. Leprechauns, however, were not part of the plot.Leprechauns make me think of Gene Kelly and some movie he was in, of which I recall no details.
Mate is anne Aussie synonym for friend or pal butt eye am at a loss four the Indinglish equivalent four that term. Wood Sentipeed caul hiz bro Sabooshs a mate? Eye thinque knot!The plot escapes me but I simply remember a lot of silliness and a lot of greenery. Brigadoon is the likely culprit, thanks mate!
"Things go better with coke!" brings to mind a few well known people, but there's no reason to go there."The real thing" has long been part of an ad slogan for Coca-Cola, but before that came to be, a popular commercial for the soda told Americans that, "Things go better with Coca-Cola, things go better with Coke."
"Coke adds life, it's the real thing . . . but . . ."Coke adds life, it's the real thing.
I like her muse. In person and without make-up, she's a nice normal-looking person, but she likes constructing stage personas. When I learned about her teenage love of poetry and editing of found YouTube footage, she caught my interest.A world on fire could describe my feelings when I read positive reviews and sales figures for a talentless hack singer now revered as a top performer.
I was for Oksana.Performing in the Olympics is every figure skater's dream, and the Ukrainian Oksana Baiul was one such participant in 1994 who went on to win the gold medal, narrowly edging out American skater Nancy Kerrigan, who that year took the silver.
The other was Golden Slumbers.Silver and gold are the two precious metals featured in the titles of Abbey Road songs by The Beatles...Maxwell’s Silver Hammer was one; can you remember the other?