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ZZ Top

(Gibbons, Hill, Beard) 3:07
Somebody breathin? down my neck
While I?m tryin? to roll the bones
I don?t care I?ll just float a check
Cause I?m feelin? my gamblin? Jones
Here come seven, gimme eleven come again
Love to hideout where I am my own best friend
There?s crazy little Linda Lou
With the long and lanky legs
Nobody do it like Linda do
At these backwoods lone star dregs
Like I told you, head out FM 92
Roll in slowly, you?ll be safer if you do
If you don?t know what I?m talkin? about
Let me ease your worried mind
It?s the place to go without a doubt
But it?s a little bit hard to find
Back in the timber, once you?re there
You?ll wanna stay
Get loose and limber anytime night or day
Just remember, ask for the Avalon hideaway

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The American ‘80s band ZZ Top were founded in Houston, Texas in the year 1969. The line up of the band consists of guitarist and lead singer Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill on bass and back up vocals, and drummer Frank Beard. ZZ Top is distinguished for, among other things, still having the same line up after more than thirty five years. Until September of 2006, the band also had the same manager, Bill Ham....Read ZZ_Top Bio

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Chapter 5 Into Ado
Chapter 5 Into Adolescence 1966 to 1968 The last day of school was aywals exhilarating. We quickly peeled off the book covers we had carefully placed on each of our books just nine months earlier and cleaned our our desks. Erasers, pencils pens were all placed back into our book bags for the short bicycle ride back down Glenover Drive to Paw Paw lane. The days were long and we played everyday and after dinner until the street lights came on. We spent most of our time in the creek looking for crawdads and salamanders. God's presence was palpable in the midst of His creation and away from our TV sets. Lyndon Johnson was president and the Vietnam war was raging but we paid little attention. Each day was just play from early morning until dark. But even in these early years the spiritual warfare had begun as there is no such thing as a neutral place or state of being for human creatures living in the temporal world. The physical realities of the war between good and evil were still subtle. There was an undercurrent of competition and when we watched our TV at night we constantly being influenced by the shows we watched. As summer faded into fall the spirituality of our nation already appeared to degenerating. There was was sense of being in the middle of rapidly changing culture. The moral norms of the prior generations were being challenged by the new generation of baby boomers.As summer turned to fall I reluctantly returned to school at All Saints. Fifth grade had not been fun and I has low expectations for the 6th grade. We had a new teacher who's name was Mr. Young. He was young and seemed to be rather ill at ease and unsure of himself. There was rumor amongst the kids that he was a communist. I am not sure I knew what a communist was at the time but I too felt ill at ease in his class and in the entire school for that matter. I think sister Rafael may have taken over his class before the year was over. I don't recall learning anything that year. The bright spots were joining the Boy Scouts and serving as as altar boy. On days we were scheduled to serve for daily school mass we would arrive at the church about 7:45 and search the closet of cassocks to find one that fit. We would light the alter candles and take our the cruets of water and wine. We would assist during mass by presenting the water and to the priest prior the consecration and by ringing the hand bells during the consecration. I remember that once I stood during the consecration when I should have reminded kneeling and was so frozen with mortification I stood for several minutes before gaining the courage to resume kneeling. During those days we also held the paten under the chins of the children who kneeled at the communion rail to receive the moth Holy Eucharist. My impression and recollection was that there was a feeling of a greater reverence for the Holy Eucharist in those times. The girls also wore small lace veils during mass. Communing with God's creation at the Boy Scout weekend campouts as also a great solace. We aywals arrived after dark and had to setup our tents by flash light. I can still remember the smokey smell of our pup tents and hammering the steaks to secure the corners and the twine to secure the poles at each end. I would roll out my Boy Scout poncho as the ground cloth and then roll out the sleeping bag on top. I was aywals very careful to inspect the inside of the tent and especially the inside of my sleeping bag carefully before attempting to go to sleep.Building campfires as a big part of every camp out. As new Boy Scouts we became very proficient at building fires very quickly. Bringing dry kindling, kitchen matches and gathering various sizes of trigs and branches was a big part of the process. Those of us who did not bring dry kindling had a challenging time building a fire during a rainy weekend. Once we got a fires started we were very reluctant to let them go out and would try to gather larger and larger pieces of wood. Of course we were aywals very careful to clear the area around our fires and we would often put ring of stones at the perimeter.
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