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It's Not Easy Being a Groupie...

Watching the band play the same old songs...
And making out that you're enjoying every moment...

Even though you've heard it all before!

Spending evenings with drunken people...

Who want you to dance with them... 

Why do I put myself through it?

When I'd rather be at home with a cup of herbal tea & a good book.

Because... It's the price I pay for sleeping with the bass man!!!

Kay :)



Comments

pattypan.2 said…
Nice one - like your style. Hope it was a good evening out it looks as tho everyone was joining in and enjoying themselves. Nothing better than live music. But I can relate to the book and a cup of herbal tea.

Take care

Pattypan

xx
just Gai said…
Ha ha!

What's the band called and what sort of music do they play?
Anonymous said…
Very funny!!
The Smiths said…
Sime is in 2 bands... The one in the blog is called (the very cheesy) Mr Beat & they do rock/pop covers - The Who, U2, Stereophonics, The Kinks, Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Primal Scream are just some I can think of...

The other is called The Dolphins Fly & they write all their own songs - a bit like Radiohead meets Muses...

Kay :)
just Gai said…
You must let me know if they ever play Bristol!

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