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Well, we have been through Birth, Childhood, Adolescence, Marriage, Child Rearing, Middle Age and Old Age.
And we have put it off for as long as possible, just like in Real Life.
But it is Time For Us To Die!
It is part of The Cycle Of Life.
However, you should know me by now, and you don't think I'd leave you all depressed and bummed out with a bunch of Sad Songs do you?
Of course not.
I wish you a Wonderful Life, and that I and my Rockollections can be a Part Of It!
Here are the links to the Final Spin Of The Cycle, at Mike Pell Rockollections:
At Podomatic:

At Soundcloud:


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Comment by Mike Pell on January 25, 2015 at 8:32pm
Bought the farm, became one with the universe, etc...yeah, I get it.
And I warned you of your impending demise, lol!
It was a delicate topic Death, nobody likes to think about it never mind hearing songs about it.
You had the reaction I was aiming for, a jolly good old listen, so I believe I pulled it off!
And nice thought man, a life well lived is worth celebrating!
Again, by playing it sparingly I am not sick of Tears In Heaven, even if it did make you cry, lol!
Happy to inroduce you to that Graham Nash tune, excellent song, and another in a long list that Radio never saw fit to play.
You've got to go ask for forgiveness from all those you've wronged?
Again? Just kidding!
But hey, this wasn't the 12 Steps to anything, and of course except Jon, lol!
Thank for the listen and writing, and the "Nice show Mike",
Comment by Scott on January 23, 2015 at 4:07pm

Ah...  good ol' death!  Bit the dust - ashes to ashes - 6 feet under - dust to dust - dead to rights...  you get the gist!  Kind of like playing poker with Kenny Rogers...

That's a pretty upbeat opener for a death themed show.  Wasn't expecting this to be a jolly good old listen!  But hey, isn't a life well lived worth celebrating?  Finally something more reflective and depressing!  Why do I feel like bowing my head and behaving reverently while listening?

NO No no... not tears in heaven!  You trying to make me cry?

Like that Graham Nash tune.  Even if its subject is a bit on the morbid side its a good and reflective listen.

Nice show Mike!  I've got to go ask for forgiveness from all those I've wronged (except Jon of course)...

Comment by Mike Pell on January 22, 2015 at 9:30am
That IS odd, how'd that happen, gonna use it as a Song Of The Day?
You are tired of that Clapton song, I am not cause I am not listening to Classic Radio, pretty much only what I play or what someone puts out there that seems interesting.
Prevents songs from getting worn out for me. are the character alright with this:
this was a fine show. it wasn't the best because it was about us croaking, so can't really, REALLY like it, but can like it enough. 
That was a real email address, but I can't figure out how to get to it, lol!
Comes up Google Mail and I am lost!
But you can not send requests to that email.
I don't DO requests, but I'll reluctantly take suggestions, then worry I'll insult the person if I don't play their suggestion.
It's the way I roll, LOL!
Thanks for the listen and writing, and don't croak,
Comment by Jon on January 21, 2015 at 7:52am

Too funny. I listened to that BS&W song right before I listened to this. How odd.

I am so tired of that Clapton song. So     very     tired. I guess that makes me a very bad person. 

Other than that, this was a fine show. it wasn't the best because it was about us croaking, so can't really, REALLY like it, but can like it enough. 

Is that a real email address? We can send requests to that email? Really? 

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