Motel 6 Chicago Southwest - Aurora
Travel Blogs from Aurora
... one matches the Andy Williams YouTube Recording exactly. I checked the lyrics in Johnny Mercer: The Life, Times, and Song Lyrics of our Huckleberry Friend (Bob Bach & Ginger Mercer). The Mercer lyrics have an extra verse (in italics) and do not include the repeats shown in parentheses above.
I found this transcription at Lyrics World.
Thanks again, David! :)
... we learn how to use it at Palmer... how weird! And when we were waiting to go through customs when we first landed in Papeete, someone was in front of us that used to live in Orland Park! All the way in Tahiti! There's more Europeans that travel to Tahiti than Americans too... the few American couples out there could all find each other though!
... to do the total car wash because they were too busy, but use of the vacuums were free. I told him I was on vacation and I had no intentions of vacuuming my own car. I asked him why they didn't cover or remove the Total Car Wash sign, he replied, they didn’t have time. That was when I reminded him it was false advertising and suggested he take care of that immediately. So I told him to give me the cheapest wash and let me just get out of here. ...
... for me to get back so we can go get BBQ pork fries with Aaron and assorted Nancy-friends. (I've been on a strict diet and so haven't gone out to eat in months.)
To my co-workers who have had to put up with months of my talking obsessively about this trip. And to everyone who has to work with me tomorrow--sorry, I'm not going to be the best co-worker. I'll try to make it up to everyone with trinkets and treats brought ...
... look. I imagined cinching one over a soft top and one of my full skirts, and was almost happy I turned out to be too fat to wear my jackets.
So what does all this add up to?
My vacation outfit: a long, nearly ankle length skirt, fitted jacket, tall, laced up boots, pantaloons, thigh-high socks held up by garters, and a corset-style cincher.
Yep, I sure won't be mistaken for a tourist.
Though I may be mistaken for a Victorian cosplayer.