We have seen a lot of things in our day, but we had never seen a boxer looking for a fight. But alas, there he was, at a bus stop right there in the middle of an empty mall parking lot, probably waiting to be shuttled to the arena.
He was quite a sight to behold. Be-robed in fine silken linen as he was. Like a messiah at Turkish Bath. Emblazoned on his back in bright gold-glittered lettering was his name, Paul “Southpaw” something-or-other… We can’t quite remember but we did know one thing, he was a southpaw! Now we didn’t know what that meant, we just assumed it implied he had catlike reflexes but we found out real quick this wasn’t the case cause he didn’t get out of the way when we ran him over with our 1986 AMC model, 21 Passenger, Surpro-seater van, which we were sold on because the dealer said it was a limited edition and David’s kinda a collector…
Well,come to find out it really is a limited edition and very very rare, which makes parts for it nearly impossible to find, so of course we have to improvise occasionally to make it road worthy and up the standards of Tennessee law, which is why when we hit him with our bumper, we also impaled him with 1958 Desoto Firesweep signal light. Oh it was terrible mess. Fortunately Shelby Means is a doctor by religion and fixed him right up…
Anyhow, that’s not what here to talk about. We’re here to tell you about our excitement that we are going out on the road with our friends Matthew and the Atlas and Lauren Shera on a very special tour for Communion
In the spirit of collaboration, joy, and the Jewish New Year, we humbly give you our version of Laura’s beautiful song,
“ONCE I WAS A BIRD”
The David Mayfield Parade covering Once I Was A Bird
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