“It Ain’t Me Babe”, Bob Dylan

Updating “My top 100 songs” on a Friday for the first time in what seems forever… May/June..

I’ll roll with Dylan, but I do love the Johnny Cash and June Carter rendition of it. 

12 turns into 23…  I think it was 12 at last count. Oh well 

I’ve blown my reading list up. Added a couple. I picked up the Warren Zevon hard copy off Amazon, got a couple as a gift and added the Mickey Mantle for 1.06 following a google play $7.00 credit. I’m fairly certain that it’s the copy that I saw at B&N on a discount stack once and said I’ll get it next time, but the next time it was gone. I’m not sure how factual it was, but when I was browsing it seemed to be pretty interesting.  

I added the new Michael Connelly novel “The Late Show”, where he introduces a new character into his Los Angeles world, so far no mention of Bosch, or Haller, but there was a tie-in to a character from one of those books, so maybe Harry will show up. 

The music started this Friday morning with “What I Am” from the sweet soft voice of Edie Brickell.

Favorite Line:

Shove me in the shallow waters
Before I get too deep

The first song from earlier today was “Ramblin’ Man” by The Allman Brothers band.

Favorite Line:

Lord, I was born a ramblin’ man
Tryin’ to make a livin’ and doin’ the best I can

Waylon Jennings hangs around for the first song on Wednesday with “Good Ol’ Boys”.

Favorite line?  I have two and can’t pick one.


Staightenin’ the curves
Flattenin’ the hills
Someday the mountain might get ‘em
But the law never will


I’m a good ol’ boy
You know my momma loves me
But she don’t understand
They keep a showin’ my hands
And not my face on TV

Over the weekend, I watched the Netflix show. “Friends From College”.  It was content.   Nothing jumped out as earth shattering funny, or some crazy story line that hasn’t been shown before. 

I was expecting it to be a but funnier than it was. 

Oh well.