piano? and here i thought he would say that he wanted to learn how to bake bread.
http://www.mauvaisoeil.com/extras/gainey/en/index.htmlGainey on Facebook, priceless.
That's almost as gay as Ryan Miller (NTTAWWT).WV - pingloon - no idea, but it sounds like a derogatory Victorian English term for somebody - "Vickers! Stop acting like some damn fool pingloon and get the gyroscope!"
Good luck with the piano, Bob. If anyone can pull it off, it's you. The puffy shirt not so much.
Piano ManIt's seven o' clock on a Saturday the regular Habs crowd shuffles inThere's Viktor Tikonov sitting next to meMakin' love to his tonic and gin.He says, "moe can you play me a memory?I'm pretty sure you know how it goes,It's not sad but it's sweet and I knew it completeWhen Bob wore a younger Habs' clothes"La la la de de da La la de de da da BobSing your swan song you're the piano man,Sing us a song tonight.Well, we're all in the mood for a melody.As you've got to be feelin' alrightNow Guy at the bar is a friend of Bob'sHe gets funky ties for freeAnd he's quick with a bad jokeHe's not a bad bloke but there's someplace that he'd rather be.He says "moe, I believe this is killing me,"As a smile ran away from his face."Well I'm sure that I could be a coaCHing starSince Bob got me out of this place."La la la de de da La la de de da da BobNow Ken is a real astute hockey novelist,Who never had time for the strife.And he’s talking with LemaireWho's still in the game and probably will be for life.Now Ken is practicing politicsAs Habs businessmen slowly get pownedNow they're sharing a beer called Cup lonelinessIt's never fun drinking alone.Sing your swan song you're the piano man,Sing us a song tonight.Well we're all in the mood for a melody.As you've got to be feelin' alrightAlways a good crowd on Saturdays, when the manager gave us a smile.'Cause he knows it's his team they've been coming to see.To forget about life for a while.And the media sounds like a carnivalAnd their microphones smell like beers.And they shit at the bar and put heads up that farAnd say "Man we love giving Gainey the gears?"La la la de de da La la de de da da BobSing your swan song you're the piano man,Sing us a song tonight.Well, we're all in the mood for a melody.As you've got to be feelin' alrightMerci Bob, for everything!
just dropped a fin in your tip jar moe
@MoeOne of my all time favorites. Getting ready for 29 on CBC (I'm going to watch in extra wide so the camera puts on more like 20 pounds).
Has the segment aired yet?
Hey 29 - I see clutter in your place. For shame, for shame.... What will your mother think??
hey 29, nice stove
PS. did you get the reporters number?
@LGwhat will his mother think? She was probably sitting on the couch encouraging him to put up a sexy Friday picture!
@LGwhat will his mother think? She was probably sitting on the couch encouraging him to lose about 10 lbs!
Gain, Moe, gain.
Spoken like a true Mom.Fatten up 29.
What can I say, Moe? Our little 29 is growing up. Living on his own, working, going to school.... It seems like just last week that he was posting sexy Friday pictures and now it's a whole new world of scat porn. Oh where have the months gone, Moe, where??
hey 29, just sent you 19mb mpg file of the your 10 sec of cbc fame.
just brunetted that previous post
@GG, and I hear our little 29 is delivering meth, meth for fucks sake, for free even. If only he'd be delivering ice cream instead. Creamy, delicious, fattening crème glaçée. Maybe Le Petit has fallen into a Gang of Four (ref. = the band) misfits.
@MoeSo is it the meth that makes you skinny or the delivering by foot?
@GG, how much is a foot of meth?
@MoeEnough to talk to aliens on Mars.
@GG, it is good for young 29 to have close encounters.
In case you guys missed anon's comment on the last post, http://www.cbc.ca/video/#/News/Canada/Montreal/ID=1409353430
Can Youpi sing?I see a future for duets.Maybe they can do Osheagaafter a few piano bars in Peterborough.
HF29 has a nice pad. Means he can afford to give us both meth and ice cream... or at least meth ice cream.
Moeman - brilliant!And the original - from a 1975 BBC recording
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