adventurer-in-my-wonderland asked: hi! where did you find that video of the Disneyland mermaids?! I could never find one!
That was from the program Kodak Presents Disneyland ‘59. It’s on the “Your Host, Walt Disney: TV Memories, 1956-1965” DVD. It’s out of print, but you can get it at Amazon, ebay, etc.
I actually had a few other gifs from it, but there’s a big difference between the elements shot before the live broadcast on film, and the recording from the live broadcast. They get really murky and look pretty so-so as GIFs:
Now I’m cursin’ like a fool,
Prayin’ it ain’t too late,
All I wanna do is fix my mistakes.
Find her, beg her, for one more try,
Until then dammit I’ll be
Drivin’ like hell,
Flyin’ like crazy down the highway,
Callin’ everyone we know,
Stoppin’ any place she might be,
Goin’ any place she might go.
Beatin’ on the dash,
Screamin’ out her name at the windshield,
Tears soakin’ up my face.
If I’d have loved her this much all along,
Maybe, maybe, yeah maybe,
She wouldn’t be gone.
Said if I didn’t change she’d was leavin’.
I just didn’t believe
She would ever really walk out.
God I believe her now.
Called her momma,
Cried like a baby to her best friend,
If they seen her they ain’t sayin’,
They ain’t sayin’.
Being country isn’t about the size of your truck, how much camo you have, the fact that you listen to country music, having a farm with a lot of head of cow. none of that makes you country. What makes you country is you having love for god you don’t have to go to church every Sunday, you just gotta no that he is there, no hate towards your family especially your mama, loving the country you live in, loving your hometown. Being country is more than saying “ain’t”.
Theme Chunk 5, by Max davis.