like a pinball in a jukebox

Sometimes I felt like a pinball, whipped through the world by the electrical impulses of the music tracks. Recently, surfing through the internet, I discovered a digital jukebox, featuring all those titles of the sixties, heard during my first lessons in the dance school: For 1960: Save the last dance for me, DriftersAre you lonesome tonight, Elvis – At last, Etta James – Cathys Clown, Everly Brothers – Georgia on my mind, Ray Charles – I’m sorry, Brenda Lee – Only the lonely, Roy Orbison – The Twist, Chubby Checker – Will you love me tomorrow, The Shirelles – Wonderful world, Sam Cooke etc. – nowadays, retired, it’s a pleasure to write from the desktop inmidst a luxury of silence about those teenager experiences …
photo by foxysangels143 / annie laurier, sent to my group BLOG IT – click on the picture to enter her galleries on flickr

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