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1. A Fluid Eloquence

  • Published: 2009-01-19T07:37:45+00:00
  • Duration: 300
  • By John McLay
A Fluid Eloquence

My take on the poetic nature and elegance of movement. This took a total of 5 months to shoot and edit. Next piece/sequel (it's not really a sequel) is being shot and will hopefully be done soon :D:D The song is "On the Wing" - by "Owl City" a.k.a. Adam Young. http://www.myspace.com/owlcity Special Thanks to: Lorrie Lawler, for her boundless love and support. Robert McLay, for providing endless means and support. Jay Verney, for indescribable creative inspiration. Adam Young Megan Hausler Jono Wong Morgan Flook Scott Skelton Phillip Gibbs Devon Ingraham Adie Gabbe S. Jamie Colon Also to all the lovely people whom I've forgotten but mean so much to me :) Note: Can you please ask me for permission before posting this video anywhere. Thank you. :)


2. Lorrie Morgan - Beyond the Interview (Promotional Introduction)

Lorrie Morgan - Beyond the Interview (Promotional Introduction)

This is the introduction of the documentary "Lorrie Morgan: Beyond the Interview." This project was a ton of fun and I got to shoot in DC, and Nashville and interview with some amazing stars: The Beach Boys, Barbara Mandrel, Pam Tillis, Kenny Ortega, Kelly Pickler and a host of others.


3. Lorrie Morgan & Jesse Keith Whitley Interview in Nashville

Lorrie Morgan & Jesse Keith Whitley Interview in Nashville

Lorrie Morgan gives her information on new tunes, a wine collection & her son, Jesse Keith Whitley\'s new music. You can buy his 6-pack album now at www.jessekeithwhitley.com & Lorrie\'s at www.lorriemorgan.com


4. Lorrie Morgan performs at Fulton's Railroad Heritage Days Festival

  • Published: 2009-09-20T16:06:07+00:00
  • Duration: 279
  • By Mike Farmer
Lorrie Morgan performs at Fulton's Railroad Heritage Days Festival

Despite intermittent showers, Lorrie Morgan performed for a loyal crowd at Fulton’s Railroad Heritage Days Festival on September 29, 2009. Morgan sang such classic hits as “Watch Me”, “What Part of No”, and “Except for Monday”, as well as new songs to be featured on two albums soon to be released; “A Moment in Time” is scheduled to be in stores on October 27, and the second album will be released soon thereafter.


5. Caleb Daugherty with Lorrie Morgan "Somebody's Doin' Me Right"

  • Published: 2017-07-01T14:17:03+00:00
  • Duration: 306
  • By Nick Latto
Caleb Daugherty with Lorrie Morgan

Keith Whitley Tribute Show at The Nashville Palace June 24,2017


6. The Pickup #26

  • Published: 2016-01-31T22:20:45+00:00
  • Duration: 297
  • By Hot Seat
The Pickup #26

The Pickup pays tribute to Eagles founding member Glenn Frey, and shares country music's reaction to his passing. Also, Lorrie Morgan on her new album, Hank Jr. performing with Whoopi Goldberg, Leroy Van Dyke's auctioneer lesson and more!


7. Quito Centro Histórico: Urban Legibility and Rhythm Analysis via Timelapse Photography

  • Published: 2013-03-29T19:45:51+00:00
  • Duration: 258
  • By Emmet Truxes
Quito Centro Histórico: Urban Legibility and Rhythm Analysis via Timelapse Photography

This video project is the result of an urban visibility analysis in which the locations of geotagged Flickr and Instagram photographs are overlayed onto a base map of Quito's Centro Histórico. The results show a clear and striking axis of visibility from the Basilica del voto Nacional to El Panecillo, an axis that includes a number of Quito's major public plazas, interior courtyards, and streets. For four days in March, this axis of visibility was documented using motorized timelapse photography, a technique that cinematically captures each site's unique rhythms, flows, and energies. Together, the timelapse sequences and geotagged mapping strive to make legible the urban complexity of Quito's Centro Histórico. Of note in these sequences are the various instances that the motorized camera captures people taking photographs with their cameras or mobile phones. It is the trace of these moments, these digital footprints, that lies at the heart of the geotagged mapping exercise. ______________________________ Este proyecto de vídeo es el resultado de una investigación de la visibilidad urbana en que la localización de fotografías georeferenciadas de Flickr e Instagram está puesta sobre un mapa del Centro Histórico de Quito. Hay un eje de visibilidad bien claro y notable que existe entre la Basilica del voto Nacional y El Panecillo, un eje que incluye algunas de las plazas principales, patios interiores, y las calles del Centro Histórico . Por cuatro dias en marzo, este eje de visibilidad fue documentado con fotografía de lapso de tiempo motorizado, una manera cinematográfica en que los ritmos, los flujos, y las energias de cada sitio fueron capturados. En conjunto, las secuencias de lapso de tiempo y las mapas de fotografia georeferenciada nos dan la abilidad de ver mas clara la complejidad urbana del Centro Histórico. Es muy intersante en estas secuencias cuando podemos ver los momentos cuando la cámara saca la gente sacando fotos con sus cámaras y teléfonos móviles. Estos rastros, estas huellas digitales, forman el fundamento del proyecto de cartografía georeferenciada. ______________________________ Photography and editing / Fotografía y edición: Emmet Truxes (Nikon D600, Dynamic Perception Stage Zero) Quito Historic Core base map courtesy / La mapa del Centro Historico de Quito cortesía: Felipe Correa, with Alexis Coir, Andrew McGee, Jarrad Morgan, Lorrie Roche, Mariusz Klemens, and Caroline Shannon. Originally published in A Line in the Andes / Una línea en los Andes, Fall 2012. Quito photography possible with the help and generous support of / La fotografía en Quito posible con la ayuda y el apoyo generoso de: Ecuador: Lucas Correa Sevilla, Ana Maria Duran, Ramiro Almeida, Monica Sevilla, Xavier Perez, Manuela Cobo, Sebastian Ordoñez Holguín, Juan Carlos Simbaña, Yaku Museo Parque del Agua, Centro Cultural Metropolitano de Quito, Empresa Pública Metropolitana de Hábitat y Vivienda, Universidad de las Américas United States: Felipe Correa, Chris Hoxie, Nathan Shobe, Stephen Ervin, Anna Cimini, Burton LeGeyt, Harvard University David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Penny White Project Fund, and Clementina Viñals Godoy ______________________________ More information / Más información: http://www.etruxes.com/architecture/quito-centro-historico-urban-legibility/


8. Rory Bourke- Where the Hits Come From

Rory Bourke- Where the Hits Come From

During a career of more than thirty years, Rory Bourke’s songs have been recorded by Dolly Parton, Cher, Bonnie Raitt, Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ronnie Milsap, Julio Iglasias, and many others. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1989 and has been named Ascap Writer of the Year three times: 1976, 1979, and 1983. He is a four-time Grammy nominee and the recipient of two CMA triple play awards. He served on the Board of Directors of the Nashville Songwriters Foundation for many years. Songs written by Rory Bourke:, “The Most Beautiful Girl” (Charlie Rich), “Baby I Lied” (Deborah Allen), “Shadows in the Moonlight” (Anne Murray), “A Little Good News” (Anne Murray), “Blessed Are the Believers (Anne Murray), “He Talks to Me” (Lorrie Morgan), “Tender Moment” (Lee Roy Parnell), “I Wouldn’t Be a Man” (Don Williams), “You Look So Good in Love” (George Strait), “I Know a Heartache” (Jennifer Warnes, Jo Dee Messina), “Round the Clock Lovin’” (K.T. Oslin), “Come Next Monday” (K.T. Oslin), “No Relief in Sight” (Con Hunley), “It’s Only Over For You” (Tanya Tucker), “Do You Love As Good As You Look” (Bellamy Brothers), “I Couldn’t See You Leavin’” (Conway Twitty), “Carlene” (Phil Vassar), “Where do the Nights Go” (Ronnie Milsap)


9. Rory Bourke - On Songwriting

Rory Bourke - On Songwriting

During a career of more than thirty years, Rory Bourke’s songs have been recorded by Dolly Parton, Cher, Bonnie Raitt, Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ronnie Milsap, Julio Iglasias, and many others. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1989 and has been named Ascap Writer of the Year three times: 1976, 1979, and 1983. He is a four-time Grammy nominee and the recipient of two CMA triple play awards. He served on the Board of Directors of the Nashville Songwriters Foundation for many years. Songs written by Rory Bourke:, “The Most Beautiful Girl” (Charlie Rich), “Baby I Lied” (Deborah Allen), “Shadows in the Moonlight” (Anne Murray), “A Little Good News” (Anne Murray), “Blessed Are the Believers (Anne Murray), “He Talks to Me” (Lorrie Morgan), “Tender Moment” (Lee Roy Parnell), “I Wouldn’t Be a Man” (Don Williams), “You Look So Good in Love” (George Strait), “I Know a Heartache” (Jennifer Warnes, Jo Dee Messina), “Round the Clock Lovin’” (K.T. Oslin), “Come Next Monday” (K.T. Oslin), “No Relief in Sight” (Con Hunley), “It’s Only Over For You” (Tanya Tucker), “Do You Love As Good As You Look” (Bellamy Brothers), “I Couldn’t See You Leavin’” (Conway Twitty), “Carlene” (Phil Vassar), “Where do the Nights Go” (Ronnie Milsap)


10. Once In A Blue Pill Trailer

Once In A Blue Pill Trailer

Trailer for the upcoming short movie "Once In A Blue Pill" Director – Lance Reenstierna Executive Producer – Jeffrey Paolone Producer – Lance Reenstierna Co-Producer – Joshua F. Leonard Co-Producer – Jason A. Wooley Associate Producer – Anthony Emma Associate Producer – Robin Emma Associate Producer – Jonathan Emma Associate Producer – Vincent Paolone Associate Producer – Elizabeth Paolone Associate Producer – Gina Colombo Written By – Lance Reenstierna First Assistant Director – Jeffrey Paolone Second Assistant Director – Jason A. Wooley Director Of Photography – Joshua F. Leonard Edited By – Lance Reenstierna "Blue Moon" By - Anjù Camera Operator – Tony Colapietro Grip/Gaffer – Walter Stone Audio Engineering – Jonathan Santarelli Hair and Makeup – Morgan Duffy Asst. Hair and Makeup - Lauren St. Hilaire Special Effects Makeup – Ben Bornstein Bone Ranger – Jeffrey Paolone Assistant to Tony Moran – David Langill Hospitality for Tony Moran – Susan Shields Darian Production Assistant – Leeza Faynzilberg Production Assistant – Aaron Weiss Production Assistant – Michael Carlson Production Assistant – Maria Leger Production Assistant – Grant Savastano Production Assistant – Genevieve Chason Production Assistant – John Murray Production Assistant – Lisa Maconochie Production Assistant – Sarah Gleason Casting Assistant – Kerrianne Lynch Casting Assistant – Kimberly Ring Casting Assistant – Julie Sullivan CAST DR. Kessler – Tony Moran Mark Goodman – Tim Pilleri Ally – Maria Natapov Molly – Audrey Claire Johnson TV Reporter – Jen Royle TV Reporter – Jessica Moran TV Reporter – Liz Eng Street Preacher – Brett Johnson Stevie – Caralyne Fondulis Magnus – David Langill TV Cameraman – Jason Wooley TV Cameraman – Mark Weiner Barista 1 – Genevieve Chason Barista 2 – Leeza Faynzilberg Coffee Shop Customer 1 – Lorrie Bacon Coffee Shop Customer 2 – Jonathan “Smallz” Emma Coffee Shop Customer 3 – Robin Emma Coffee Shop Customer 4 – Steve Neary Coffee Shop Customer 5 – Vincent Paolone Coffee Shop Customer 6 – Elizabeth Paolone Coffee Shop Customer 7 – Demetria Walter Coffee Shop Customer 8 – Jada Allen Coffee Shop Customer 9 – JJ Long Coffee Shop Customer 10 – James Lewis Police Officer 1 – Brian Gentry Police Officer 2 – Rob Reidy Police Officer 3 – Zach Goyne Street Preacher Acolyte – Jonathan Emma Rabid Dog – Truman C. Royle Chaos Lot Extra – Maria Leger Chaos Lot Extra – Sean Quill Chaos Lot Extra – Vivianne Quill Chaos Lot Extra - Dorina Leger Chaos Lot Extra – Mark Vogel Chaos Lot Extra – Courtney Dos Santos Chaos Lot Extra – Sergio Dos Santos Chaos Lot Extra – Margaret Vosburgh Chaos Lot Extra – Jonathan Walsh Chaos Lot Extra – Genevieve Chason Chaos Lot Extra – Leeza Faynzilberg Chaos Lot Extra – John Murray Chaos Lot Extra – Lisa Maconochie Chaos Lot Extra – Aaron Weiss Chaos Lot Extra – Grant Savastano Catering Provided By Roche Bros, Marshfield and Burlington MA Boloco, Boston MA Tavern Restaurant, Marshfield MA Equipment Rentals Provided By Talamas, Newton MA Special Thank You To: Susan Shields Darian Chief Phil Tavarez and the Marshfield Police Department Bill Last Jr. and The Marshfield Tavern, Marshfield MA Steve Webster and Success Real Estate, Marshfield MA Dude Whatshisname and Sip Café, Boston MA Frankie Stavrianopoulos and District Restaurant and Lounge, Boston MA Thank You to our backers: Robert Hartmann Cory Anderson Daniel Niederman Corrie Marinaro Kevin Langley Kenderin Sonneville KB Roderick Wilmore John Brosnan Matthew Dugan Brad Siskavich Chad and J9 Seth Cagiuolo Susan Tarallo Steve Marra Leslie Gorman Trentalange Marc Gaughen Bill Anastas Melissa Kent Krueger Aaron Vanderoof Jason Flynn Jessica McLaughlin Michael Devine Cathy & Davis Saporito Francis Silvestri Bryan Belmore Erich Krueger Rosemary DeFelice Steve & Lynn Saporito Paul Reifenberg Michael Carter John Connors Courtney Smith Laurence Beversluis Vincent Puleo Jaaffar Ismail Ryan “Brick” Wooley Amy and Mike Iger Jeffrey Porzio Alicia Smith Paula Simi Christopher Kulig Devin Hill


11. Harmonica - My Favorite Things

  • Published: 2009-01-14T03:29:45+00:00
  • Duration: 142
  • By alliax
Harmonica - My Favorite Things

My DVD at http://www.ALLIAX.net Please comment on my videos. My Favorite Things played on chromatic harmonica. "My Favorite Things" is a song from the musical The Sound of Music. The Sound of Music version The music for "My Favorite Things" was composed by Richard Rodgers, and the lyrics were written by Oscar Hammerstein II. In the musical, the lyrics to the song are a litany of things that Maria likes, such as "raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens." These are the things she selects to fill her mind with when times get "bad' and "sad". They then become cognitive-centering devices, objects of meditation and inspiration. The wintertime imagery of some of the lyrics has made "My Favorite Things" a popular song during the Christmas season, and it often appears on holiday-themed albums and compilations, although in the show and movie it is sung during a summer thunderstorm. Other versions The song was a hit in 1968 by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass on A&M 1001(45rpm). The song has become a jazz standard, and has been performed by artists as diverse as John Coltrane, Alice Coltrane, Carmen Lundy, Dave Brubeck, Kenny Rogers, Tanya Tucker, The Derek Trucks Band, Rod Stewart, Sarah Vaughan, The Supremes, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Andre 3000 of OutKast, Kimiko Itoh, Big Brovaz, Tony Bennett, Barbra Streisand, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Andy Williams, Lorrie Morgan, Luther Vandross, Björk (in the movie Dancer in the Dark, and Incubus). Coltrane's album of the same name has been a landmark in the history of jazz for numerous reasons, not least for the rediscovery of soprano sax. The song was mixed by audio-trickster collective Negativland on their album No Business. A slightly distorted version of this song appeared in the film adaptation of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. The song is played during the beginning, juxtaposed with various images from the 1960s. My Favorite Things is also said to have been Michael Jackson's favorite song of all time. The song was also used in the bridge of the Panic! At The Disco song, "Build God, Then We'll Talk".


12. Byron Hill - Finding & Being A Mentor

Byron Hill - Finding & Being A Mentor

Byron Hill is from Winston-Salem, NC. Byron moved to Nashville in May of 1978 and signed his first songwriting contract with ATV Music Group in September of 1978. While at ATV, the hits started happening for Byron as a writer with "Out Of Your Mind" by Joe Sun (1979), "Pickin' Up Strangers" by Johnny Lee (1981), and many other cuts and several smaller singles along the way, including George Strait's first #1 "Fool Hearted Memory" (1982), and many other early cuts including recordings by artists such as Juice Newton, Conway Twitty, Mel McDaniel, Ricky Skaggs, Margo Smith, and Reba McEntire. In 1984, after the sale and closing of ATV Music, Byron began four years as an independent songwriter/publisher, having hits with Ed Bruce's #4 single "Nights" (1985, co-written with Tony Hiller), and the Ray Charles' single and album title "The Pages Of My Mind" (1986, co-written with J. Remington Wilde), as well as songs recorded by Kenny Rogers, Anne Murray, George Jones, Tom Wopat, and others. Since 1988, Byron has been a staff songwriter for various companies including Collins Music (now Sony/ATV Music), MCA Music Publishing (now Universal Music Publishing), Reba McEntire's Starstruck Writers Group (now Warner Chappell Music), and Almo-Irving Music (now Universal Music Publishing). His hits continued with Alabama's #1 single "Born Country" (1992, co-written with John Schweers); "Alright Already" by Larry Stewart (1993, co-written with JB Rudd); "Lifestyles Of The Not So Rich And Famous" by Tracy Byrd (1994, co-written with Wayne Tester); "High-Tech Redneck" by George Jones (1994, co-written with Zack Turner); "Over You" by Anne Murray (1995, co-written with Tony Hiller); "If I Was A Drinkin' Man" by Neal McCoy (1996, co-written with JB Rudd); "Politics, Religion And Her" by Sammy Kershaw (1997, co-written with Tony Martin); "The Strong One" by Mila Mason (1998, co-written with Cyril Rawson); "Nothing On But The Radio" by Gary Allan (2004, co-written with Odie Blackmon and Brice Long); "Size Matters" by Joe Nichols (2006, co-written with Mike Dekle); and numerous top-10 hits recorded by 2008 CCMA award-winning Canadian artist Gord Bamford, including "Blame It On That Red Dress" (2007), "Stayed Til Two" (2008), and "Postcard From Pasadena" (2008). Other artists who have recorded Byron's songs include Randy Travis, Keith Whitley, Rhonda Vincent, Doc & Merle Watson, Trace Adkins, Asleep At The Wheel, John Michael Montgomery, Toby Keith, Gene Watson, Porter Wagoner, Brooks & Dunn, Hank Thompson, Bill Medley, Blackhawk, Highway 101, Jeff Bates, Rhett Akins, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Van Shelton, The Whites, The Seekers, and many others. In 1993 and 1994, Byron was Director of A&R for BNA Entertainment working with a roster of artists that included Marc Beeson, Lisa Stewart, Zack Turner and Tim Nichols (as Turner Nichols), Lorrie Morgan, John Anderson, Doug Supernaw, and Kim Hill (no relation).


13. Legendary Copywriter Lorrie Morgan - Ferrero LIVE with Murray 6/24/09

  • Published: 2009-06-19T18:54:22+00:00
  • Duration: 41
  • By Murray Marder
Legendary Copywriter Lorrie Morgan - Ferrero LIVE with Murray 6/24/09

The founder of Red Hot Copy, speaker, ace marketing guru, and one of my heros.


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15. He Drinks Tequilla, Lorrie Morgan

  • Published: 2009-10-16T21:04:44+00:00
  • Duration: 179
  • By Valery Moore
He Drinks Tequilla, Lorrie Morgan

Everybody knows her,little Miss Rosa The queen of the trailer park Well,she's a hot pepper and you'll never forget her If you ever let her break your heart Senor' Jose,works all day Sweatin' in the red hot sun Row after row,everybody knows What they do when the weekend comes He drinks tequila,and she talks dirty in spanish Him in his sombrero,her in her purty pink jammies The dance all night to the Mariachis Till there ain't nobody left standin' He drinks tequila,and she talks dirty in spanish Well,the music is blarin' and the neighbors are starin' That whole dang trailer is a-rockin' Jose's a-howling',the Chihuahua's growlin' And Rosie's peelin' off her silk stockings "Yo Senora,kiss my body,a brasa mi puerta" "Ay,yi yi yi yi,hoochie-coo,to dal ay nochay" He drinks tequila,and she talks dirty in spanish Him in his sombrero,her in her purty pink jammies The dance all night to the Mariachis Till there ain't nobody left standin' He drinks tequila,and she talks dirty in spanish He drinks tequila,and she talks dirty in spanish Him in his sombrero,her in her purty pink jammies The dance all night to the Mariachis Till there ain't nobody left standin' He drinks tequila,and she talks dirty in spanish


16. Frank - Lorrie Morgan - 8-29-2004

  • Published: 2013-12-29T20:47:09+00:00
  • Duration: 208
  • By Carol Pugsley

17. Til Each Tear Becomes A Rose - Doiron Brothers & Jack Adams

  • Published: 2014-10-26T19:21:47+00:00
  • Duration: 193
  • By Jack Adams
Til Each Tear Becomes A Rose - Doiron Brothers & Jack Adams

This video was recently uploaded to YouTube... Doiron Brothers from St. John New Brunswick doing instrumental ...Jack Adams Russell Manitoba strumming and singer this great old song sang by Lorrie Morgan and Keith Whitley Check out my YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67oMN3_MWxg&feature=shar


18. A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS 2013

  • Published: 2013-12-01T05:47:39+00:00
  • Duration: 120
  • By Raquel Chesir
A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS 2013

In Nashville, TN at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, there is lots of holiday spirit going around, as they celebrate their 30th year of A Country Christmas. A Country Christmas started on November 15, 2012 and will run through January 1, 2014. This event is filled with things to do, from taking pictures with Santa to live shows on their very own showboat to a series of live concerts. Also, for the family there is ICE! Featuring Frosty the Snowman, Christmassy DreamWorks Experience, Lorrie Morgan's Enchanted Christmas & Dinner Show, Radio City Christmas Spectacular Starring The Rockettes, and many more. The scenery is definitely your ideal view of what Christmas should look like from the lights on the trees to the nativity set to the horse and carriage rides. People of all ages can take part in these many different festivities and enjoy every last bit of it. This event is a very big event for Nashville, TN, “The Middle Tennessee holiday tradition is back! Gaylord Opryland's "A Country Christmas" is just on the horizon, where more than 2 million lights will be twinkling at the Opryland Hotel. Kids will love ICE! with its Frosty the Snowman theme in New York City made from 2 million pounds of ice, and the Rockettes will be there to high kick the festivities into gear,” stated the Tennessean, A Gannet Company. For more information and details about A Country Christmas you can visit Gaylord Opryland’s website.


19. Rory Bourke- On Co-writing

Rory Bourke- On Co-writing

During a career of more than thirty years, Rory Bourke’s songs have been recorded by Dolly Parton, Cher, Bonnie Raitt, Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ronnie Milsap, Julio Iglasias, and many others. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1989 and has been named Ascap Writer of the Year three times: 1976, 1979, and 1983. He is a four-time Grammy nominee and the recipient of two CMA triple play awards. He served on the Board of Directors of the Nashville Songwriters Foundation for many years. Songs written by Rory Bourke:, “The Most Beautiful Girl” (Charlie Rich), “Baby I Lied” (Deborah Allen), “Shadows in the Moonlight” (Anne Murray), “A Little Good News” (Anne Murray), “Blessed Are the Believers (Anne Murray), “He Talks to Me” (Lorrie Morgan), “Tender Moment” (Lee Roy Parnell), “I Wouldn’t Be a Man” (Don Williams), “You Look So Good in Love” (George Strait), “I Know a Heartache” (Jennifer Warnes, Jo Dee Messina), “Round the Clock Lovin’” (K.T. Oslin), “Come Next Monday” (K.T. Oslin), “No Relief in Sight” (Con Hunley), “It’s Only Over For You” (Tanya Tucker), “Do You Love As Good As You Look” (Bellamy Brothers), “I Couldn’t See You Leavin’” (Conway Twitty), “Carlene” (Phil Vassar), “Where do the Nights Go” (Ronnie Milsap)


20. Except for Monday, Lorrie Morgan

  • Published: 2010-04-02T19:12:21+00:00
  • Duration: 175
  • By Valery Moore
Except for Monday, Lorrie Morgan

You look surprised You didn't think you'd see me Kicking up my heels Painting up this town When you said goodbye Learned a couple new dances Cast a couple of glances I'm on a big roll now... Except for Monday which was never good anyway Tuesday I get a little sideways Wednesday I feel better just for spite Thursday and Friday take too long Before I knew it,Saturday's gone But it's Sunday now you can bet that I'm alright Don't get me wrong It wasn't always this easy Getting over you Got a little rough on me But it didn't take too long Before I got it together And everyday I thank my lucky stars the you set me free Except for Monday which was never good anyway Tuesday I get a little sideways Wednesday I feel better just for spite Thursday and Friday take too long Before I knew it,Saturday's gone But it's Sunday now you can bet that I'm alright