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2 time POTW winner on some dates I can't remember from 2yrs ago at BNG,
POTW: 1/3/11- 1/9/11, 6/20/11-6/26/11
Gringo Mafia: Black Ops & 'Family Recruitment'
Official thorn in JSapp's side
poster of the century status-irishnd966/The Ohiosupergenius has spoken-Norberg/2D6 is always right-floridacarpenter/4/5/04 13,000+
Some of the best music of all time were written about women.....Barbara Ann, Susan, Peggy Sue, Angie, Lucille, Dizzy Miss Lizzy, Maggie Mae , Black Betty, Sheri, Whole Lotta Rosie, Layla, Delilah, Billie Jean, Carol, Laurie, Tell Laura I Love Her, Oh Caroline, Beth, Lay Down Sally, Annie's Song, My Sharona, Come On Eileen, Gloria, Dear Prudence, Come On Marianne, Kate, Lady Jane, Iris, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, Lucy In The Sky, Eleanor Rigby, Alison, Victoria, and Oh Yoko....just to name a few off the top of my head. Did I miss any?
Like you didn't google it
5 Time POTW--Gringo Mafia Director of Guerrilla Warfare
I don't have to google that info. I have been a student of music since the late 1950s. I even thought of a couple more after I posted my original list (Mandy and Jane). Anybody who knows music and has half a brain can do the same. Evidently, you cannot. That's OK. I'm sure you have other Batman qualities.
You're not allowed in my batcave
Mandy was his dog!
Women = drugs, I get it or you need to be on them to get close to understanding them!!! Lol!! LSD!!
If I remember correctly, "Mandy" was written by Scott English and the fact that it was written about his dog is a myth. I would assume it was written about an imaginary lover.
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