7 songs that changed my life – Day 2

 

If you think about it, this is kind of a logical evolution.  Eat it, the parody of Michael Jackson’s Beat it served as a catalyst for my desire to be the weirdest kid in school.  Weird Al Yankovic was my childhood idol (I’m just realizing this now).  Yankovic was everything I wanted to be; witty, funny, strange, skinny (ah, the plight of a fat kid).  I perma-borrowed Weird-Al in 3-D from my brother (I think).  I probably perma-borrowed “Born to be Stupid” as well.  My memory is a little fuzzy.  This followed with my first Weird Al cassette purchase of Even Worse from Steadman’s.
To this day, I can still sing along with the majority of Weird Al’s songs prior to the Running With Scissors album.

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My Interwebz friend has this going on and invited others to share.  This has the potential to explain me a little bit.  Why not?

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