"Well I'm a sucker for fine Cuban cigars
The problem is I can't afford 'em
But last year I went and got myself a whole box
And just to be safe, I insured ' em...
...I took out a policy against fire and theft
And then I hurried on home
With a fifty-cent lighter, I sat on my back steps
And I smoked ' em one by one...
"Up in Flames"
...Two weeks later I went to see that insurance man
And I handed in my claim
With a straight face I told him that through a series of small fires
They'd all gone up in flames."
-Cigar Song (Brad Paisley)
Well, it was Father's Day so I could hardly complain about the fine dad smokin' the fine Cuban. Okay....MAYBE I just hardly complained!
Welcome to another Tuesday and Song-ography! You know what we do here, we mash up song/lyric with photography. Anything goes. Links from blogs, Instagram, Flickr are all welcome. The only rules are the basics:
Song/Lyric + Photograph(s) = Song-ography
It's just that simple. I see we have had a few new Song-ographers the past couple of week...YIPPEE! A warm welcome to all newbies, and a "welcome back" to our regulars. Looking forward to blog hopping and seeing all your submissions. I encourage everyone to take some time and visit a few blogs yourself.
Thanks again for all comments, and to those who link up!
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