Dave Binyon

schizophrenia

schizophrenia No flowers any more I want it painted black ...

frankie knuckles

frankie knuckles Have a groovy Weekend ...

no go colours

no go colours The world is full of goods trains The passengers are cows And milk and butter. And cheese and lovely marmelade And bulls and horses, And cocks and hens. The cow is mother to the milk, And grandma both to cheese and butter. The cheese is cousin to the marmelade. The horse is cousin to the cock The hen lays eggs. The egg is cousin to the cheese and butter, The son and daughter of the milk. Isn't it strange? It is. And then the fireman rushes in from the pouring rain Very strange ...

future brightness

future brightness The Ellington Branch Miner's Banner now hanging in Woodhorn Colliery Museum, Ashington, Northumberland. The Miners Hymn is played by the Grimethorpe Colliery Band. ...

the long walk alone

the long walk alone It's a chemical world. ...

I don't want to be nice

I don't want to be nice I don't take a good portrait ...

life's a flutter

life's a flutter Shades of colour - life’s a flutter - life's a flutter flutter of shames cheating fate - life's a flutter no more darkness ...

everything and nothing

everything and nothing I met a guy one night who came up to me with his hand out, I said, “oh, no, no.” He said, “yeah, yeah, listen, man, it’s not what you think. I don’t want any money. I just want to be your friend.” He said, “my name is Charlie. What’s your name? How you doing?” He said, “that’s all I wanted, see.” He went all the way around the block, came all the way back, and then when he came around the corner, he saw me, he said, “hey, Tom, it’s your old buddy Charlie. Could you loan me a couple of bucks?” I got a kick out of that. - Tom Waits ...

et si tu n´existais pas

et si tu n´existais pas "Et si tu n´existais pas" And if you didn't exist Tell me why I should exist To drag along in a world without you Without hope and without regret And if you didn't exist I would try to invent love As a painter who sees from beneath his fingers the day's colours being born and wonders about them. ...

still waiting

still waiting Eighty years ago - Hyde Park Corner - After the Jarrow Crusade - 1936 ...

reflected life x2

reflected life x2 double image - with the second a reflection of the first (about face) - seeing double And I want to know The same thing Everyone wants to know How's it going to end? ...

inuit art

inuit art Inuit Art - based on an exhibit at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. ...

time it was

time it was Time it was And what a time it was, it was A time of innocence A time of confidences Long ago it must be I have a photograph Preserve your memories They're all that's left you. Ford stopped tractor production in the United States in 1928, but it was continued in England. The Ford 800 series of tractors were produced in the 1950's. The 800 series of tractors had identical vertical inline Ford EAF gasoline engines, a bore and stroke of 3.9-by-3.6 inches, an oil capacity of 4.7 liters, and unsynchronized gear transmissions. Also, the chassis of each model is a four-by-two, two-wheel drive with manual steering. They can still fetch around $5,000 if up and running. ...

mmmmn, a little damp down there

mmmmn, a little damp down there The Life of Brian : Monty Python - Blessed are the Meek ...

the gibbet

the gibbet The last man to be gibbeted in England was William Jobling, in 1832. William Jobling was a miner hanged and gibbeted for the murder of Nicholas Fairles, a colliery owner and local magistrate, near Jarrow, Durham. Even though he didn't actually commit the murder, he was drunk at the scene and did not try to stop the murderer. After being hanged, his body was taken off the rope and loaded into a cart and taken on a tour of the area before arriving at Jarrow Slake, where the crime had been committed. Here, the body was placed into an iron gibbet cage. music - Christian Wallumrod Ensemble - Pling ...

anyhow

anyhow ...

 

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