And that was Roll with the Changes by REO Speedwagon. I like rolls. Buttery, warm, and delicious. Like me.
Due to some technical difficulties here at the studio we're having to reboot the place. But hang in there, we'll be jamming again soon.
That was Huey Lewis with I want a New Drug followed by Funk # 49 by the James Gang. Do you have Funk # 49? If so, just put some vinegar on it.
Next up is Jimmy Buffet with Margaritaville. I could go for that right now...
That was Lucky Denver Mint by Jimmy Eat World, going out to that special fan out there who like to paint and has a part time job as the local speed bump for his neighborhood.
Next up Is John Parr with St. Elmo's Fire. Tickle me Elmo? No, I'd say Elmo has been doing enough tickling.
That was Creepy Doll by Jonathan Coulton. Do really need that much honey?
I do. Honey is the best form of bug poop. This message is brought to you by the Bug Poop Farmers of America.
That was We Built this City by Starship and continuing that blast from the past was Eye of the Tiger by Survivor. That songs reminds me of the summer of 83 when I fought Clubber Lang. Sure, I was 8 years old at the time but that would never sway me from a fight. When it was over I had two things. A hand full of my teeth and the satisfaction of going the distance. That distance was about 10 feet if I recall, the distance Clubber knocked me.
Pass the wine, here's Ballroom Blitz by Sweet...
That last one was Should Have Been a Cowboy by Toby Keith. That went out to all you mullet lovers out there, whereever you are.
Next up is Refugee by Tom Petty. Mr. Lawdog, you ask, as I don't know you informally, why do you play many of the same songs each radio WAYDRN? That's a good question. The answer? Shut up or I'll punch your spleen.