Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Tuesday, the euro & another crazy day in Europe!

Remember that movie "If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium"

It was a comedy about travelers and the kind of funny stuff that happens when you travel from one country to another.

Well, if it's Tuesday then it must be the euro or one of the many countries "over there".

Here are some of the headlines from Tuesday:






Yes, it was a crazy Tuesday and it ain't over yet!

We hear that the finance ministers are looking for "a way out".    Unfortunately, there is no "way out" for a continent that has been living a fantasy for 50 years.

This is Europe today:

1) Very lw birth rates, i.e. No babies.  Who in the world is going to work and pay the taxes?  How many "guest workers" can these countries import? 

2) Taxes are to high.  Frankly, "the rich" don't live there anymore to pay them.  The "rich" have put all of their money in "tax havens" to avoid the crushing tax rates imposed by the welfare state.

Last, but not least, no one has the political courage to tell people to stop relying on government for "the cradle to grave" support that so many have grown to expect.

I don't know where all of this will end up but it won't be a funny ending like in the aforementioned movie.

Click here for our discussion with Dr Ileana Johnson-Paugh about the European crisis:


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How did a group of "students" get into the UK embassy in Tehran?

Today, we had a bit of "I've seen this movie before" when "students" rushed into the UK Embassy in Tehran.

How did this happen?  How did a crowd of "students" attack an embassy and literally destroy property?

The answer is simple.  It did not happen without the consent of the leadership.  Iran is the kind of country where "mobs" are sponsored and directed by the state.

I agree with Michael Rubin:

"(1)   Spontaneity in Iran is pre-planned; it comes from the top. This was no rogue action.

(2)   Iranians may pooh-pooh sanctions rhetorically, but they certainly act as if they have an effect. Perhaps it’s time to take sanctions to the next level."

We learned again today that Iran is a state without regard for international law, or something as simple as protecting diplomatic outposts.  Let's hope that the Obama administration will stand with the UK!

Wonder if Pres BO agrees with candidate BO who wanted to sit down unconditionally with these leaders?  Wonder if anyone in the media will ask him that question?

Check out our Tuesday show with Dr Ileana Johnson-Paugh:

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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

The end of 2011 reminds a lot of us about the end of 1979!

Some of us are old enough to remember 1979-80, or that terrible 12-month period that led to the collapse of the Carter presidency.

Starting in November '79, or the Iranian hostage crisis, the Carter presidency was hit by a streak of bad "foreign" news.

Again, it started with the embassy takeover and Pres Carter's total ineptitude in allowing a foreign government to hold your diplomats hostage. 

It was quickly followed by the USSR invasion of Afghanistan.  It was another clear sign that nobody respected Pres. Carter, specially our enemies.

In 1980, we had the Mariel boat lift when the US allowed 100,000 Cubans to land in Florida's coasts.  Again, there were no consequences on Castro's Cuba.   How do you allow a neighbor to do that without consequences?

And so on!  It was a year of bad foreign policy news. 

It was also a year that no one felt that the US had a president willing to stand for anything, including the protection of its diplomats at the hands of "thugs" referred to as "students"!

Yes, the 1980 election was a lot about the US economy.  However, it was also about the perception that Pres Carter was weak and indecisive.

Today, we face a rather amazing set of circumstances.  From Syria to Egypt to Pakistan to an Israeli attack on Iran, we live in a world desperately yearning for an American president who will lead rather than read from a teleprompter.

Today, we have a president who is desperate to be "loved" but nobody respects him. 

Add to the Middle East the financial crisis in Europe!   We are watching European governments argue with each other and looking for the US, or the leader of the free world, to lead.

Instead, the world watches Pres BO sitting in the sidelines and hoping that the voters will buy his latest "class warfare" speech. 

I agree with Nile Gardiner from the UK:

"He has become by any measure an embarrassing irrelevance to the tragedy unfolding across the Atlantic, one that will have major repercussions for the US economy for many years to come."

Here is the bottom line:  We are headed into a very scary period and everybody knows it.

Furthermore, everybody also knows that the guy in the White House isn't fit for the job.  He was great at giving speeches and telling everybody what they wanted to hear.  What we need today is a man who makes decisions and defends US interests.

Click here for our discussion with Barry Casselman:


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George Harrison died 10 years ago!

We recall George Harrison today.  Of course, George died of cancer on a November day like this in 2001.  His death was not a shock because we knew that he had been deteriorating for months.

George usually wrote and sang one song in every Beatles' album.  However, he really excelled in Abbey Road with "Something" and "Here comes the sun".

George was a teenager when he met Paul & John in Liverpool.  Later, they formed the band that ended up as The Beatles.  

George played lead guitar and did some background vocals as well.  He was referred to as the "quiet Beatle" because he was always playing behind John and Paul.  

It's easy to be "quiet" when you are playing behind the "songwriting" machine of Lennon-McCartney!  Nevertheless, his wonderful guitar is heard in everyone of The Beatles's hits, from "Ticket to Ride" to "Day Tripper" to "Come Together".

George was always there but we just didn't notice him that much!

Click here for "Something", a # 1 song and the only time that one of George's compositions was selected as the A-side of a Beatles' single.  

The second is "This is love", a solo effort from the late 1980's.  It includes lots of nice pictures with his wife Olivia.  They were married for almost 25 years.  The 3rd video is from that fateful day 10 years ago:


"Something in the way she moves
Attracts me like no other lover
Something in the way she woos me
I don't want to leave her now You know I believe and how
Somewhere in her smile she knows
That I don't need no other lover
Something in her style that shows me
Don't want to leave her now You know I believe and how
You're asking me will my love grow I don't know, I don't know
You stick around now it may show  I don't know, I don't know
Something in the way she knows
And all I have to do is think of her
Something in the things she shows me
Don't want to leave her now
You know I believe and how ....."


"Precious words drift away from their meanings
and the sun melts the chill from our lives
helping us all to remember what we came here for
this is love this is la la la la love
this is love this is la la la la love
Little things that will change you forever
may appear from way out of the blue
Making fools of everybody who don't understand
This is love this is la la la la love
this is  love this is la la la la love
This is love, this is love
this is love, this is la la la la love
Since our problems have been our own creation
they also can be overcome
When we use the power provided free to everyone
this is love this is la la la la love
this is love this is la la la la love
This is love this is la la la la love
this is love...."



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Monday, November 28, 2011

They told me that the US president would be very unpopular in the Middle East.....IF I voted for McCain!


Do you remember the irrational crowds in Germany screaming "yes we can" at the sight of Obama?

Do you remember all of the garbage about Bush making us unpopular around the world?
It turns out that Obama is not very popular either.  


"Despite intense and sustained efforts to woo the Arab world with money and nice words, a newly released survey of the region finds that President Obama is at the bottom of a list Arabs admire most.

Obama is admired by just 4 percent of Middle East Arabs in the new survey  released by the Brookings Institution and University of Maryland."

Of course, I've never cared that much about "popularity polls".   The US presidency is about leadership and defending US interests.  Who cares about "being popular"?  I've rather have our president respected and feared in some corners.

Nevertheless, candidate BO made a big deal about "being popular" around the world.

I guess that Pres BO's efforts to be popular are not working in the Middle East.  (They are not working in the US either but that's for another post)

Check out our conversation with Bill Katz on Sunday night:


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Sunday, November 27, 2011

My sister is a year older BUT nobody mentions her age!


Our parents, my brother and I, cousins, daughters, nephews, nieces, uncles, aunts, friends, acquaintances, people she used to know, current and old neighbors, sales clerks at malls all over the country, the salesmen and saleswomen at shoe stores that she drove crazy over the years, etc......everybody in the world wishes our sister a very happy birthday.

Again, I know that she is younger than me but nobody discusses her age anymore.

Here is a birthday song that she will enjoy:


"You say it's your birthday It's my birthday too, yeah
They say it's your birthday We're gonna have a good time
I'm glad it's your birthday Happy birthday to you.
Yes we're going to a party party Yes we're going to a party party
Yes we're going to a party party
I would like you to dance (Birthday)
Take a cha-cha-cha-chance (Birthday)
I would like you to dance (Birthday)
I would like you to dance (Birthday) Take a cha-cha-cha-chance (Birthday)
I would like you to dance (Birthday) Dance
You say it's your birthday Well it's my birthday too, yeah
You say it's your birthday We're gonna have a good time
I'm glad it's your birthday Happy birthday to you...."


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Saturday, November 26, 2011

2012, Salespeople and goals


We spoke with David Tyson of Sandler Training & Frank Burke about goals and time management.

David discussed the importance of planning and coming up with realistic goals for 2012.  He also mentioned that your business goals must be written down (accountability) and shared with your spouse (accountability again).

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Friday, November 25, 2011

The election in Spain: What's next?

We spoke with Jose M. Guardia in Spain to review the aftermath & consequences of the Spanish elections last Sunday.


"There’s no doubt that Rajoy has a clear mandate to govern. 

After yesterday’s big win, his party holds the biggest concentration of power ever in democratic-era Spain: 

it won at the national level, and following the regional and local elections in May of this year, it also governs 14 out of 17 regions, as well as all the big cities but a handful. 

So it’s clear that he’s got what is needed to start applying his program without any allies, but will he want to? Should he?

There’s an almost overwhelming challenge ahead for Spain’s prime minister-elect in order to put the number one 1 priority above anything else — the country’s economy — back on track: restore market confidence and enact the sorely needed reforms to turn a sclerotic system with little flexibility and low productivity into a much more open, agile, and transparent economy that starts growing again and is able to create employment. 

There have been lots of missed opportunities and broken promises in the last few years, and now is the moment when decisive action is needed, including very painful measures. 

Right now. And it’s unclear whether Rajoy (who wasn’t too specific during the campaign, presumably in order not to scare voters as David Cameron did in the UK when he started detailing his policies) or anyone else in his position will be able to pull it off.  

Rajoy seems to be very aware of this, and in his victory speech on election night told his supporters: “Don’t expect any miracles; I didn’t promise any.”

But the biggest priority is going ahead with the reforms while minimizing the chances of generating widespread protests on the streets in order to prevent a worrisome situation from descending directly into chaos, which certainly wouldn’t help the country regain stability.

For that reason, it’s vital to prevent the usual temptation of Spanish Socialists to ride the wave of discontent by supporting, even encouraging, any protest movement against their rivals (many of you will probably remember what happened with the Prestige oil spill or the Iraq war).

That’s why, even if the PP has the mandate to act on its own, there’s still a chance Rajoy could coax his opponents by handing one or two cabinet seats to the Socialist party, and even one to the moderate Catalan nationalists.

This would at least deactivate the opposition, build a bigger support for the unavoidable measures that need to be taken, and reduce the chance of the PP’s rivals trying to exploit the presumable backlash that these measures will bring to their favor.

Plus, the rumors were flying in Spain the week before the election that there might be an unofficial request for an agreed “stealth rescue” by the EU, the BCE and the FMI.

The next few days are going to be extraordinarily important. According to Spanish election law, under normal circumstances it would still take one full month from today to complete the transfer of power: once the new parliament is inaugurated, it votes in the new prime minister, and he and his cabinet members are sworn in.

There’s a growing chorus, even among the left, that given that the country is in a state of emergency, and that the PP majority grants Rajoy the nomination with no possible alternatives, the process should be sped up.

That would reduce the “interregnum” and allow Rajoy to start sending a signal to the world and the financial markets that things have changed in the country.

Let’s hope it’s not too late."

Yes, let's hope it's not too late.  

Spain faces huge challenges.  At the same time, the new Spanish leadership understands the severity of the situation.

It will take time but Spain has the right people at the helm.  

It won't be easy.  In fact, things may get worse before they get better.  

Nevertheless, I'm optimistic and it's not just wishful thinking because my "side" won the election.

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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving: Go Cowboys, Aggies & thanks to all of the mothers for making the turkey!

We take a day off from the politics to wish you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving holiday.

As we've posted, Thanksgiving is a unique US holiday. 

I can still recall our first Thanksgiving in the US in 1964.  It was a wonderful moment.  It was a treat to read about it in school and to enjoy the meaning of the holiday with everyone.

Of course, our first Thanksgiving was truly a moment to say "thanks" for the opportunity to leave communist Cuba and live in the US.

So enjoy the day.  We will do the same.

Of course, it will be a perfect day if Dallas beats Miami today & the Aggies beat Texas tonight.

So go Cowboys and Aggies!

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The Founding Fathers created the presidency to lead not whine or read from teleprompters!

Let me speak of Leadership by quoting a great Democrat president named Harry Truman.  He came into the presidency with Pres FDR died in '45 and set the table for US foreign policy for 50 years.  He was also famous for "the buck stops here", a reference to the fact that the president is the decision maker.  He said this about leadership:

" Men make history and not the other way around. 

In periods where there is no leadership, society stands still. 

Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better. " (Quotes)

Isn't a shame that BO spent 20 years of his life listening to Rev Wright rather reading about the Truman presidency? 


Yes, the "super committee" did not the get the job done. 

Is any surprised?  

Did George Washington create a committee to cross the Delaware?  did Lincoln form a committee to keep this nation together?  did Bush create a committee to defend the country after 9-11?

These men led and took political risks.   We have a presidency in our Constitution for difficult times like these.  We need a decision maker and we don't have one.

Yesterday, the "super committee" failed to make the cuts or revise the tax code.  

It failed because Pres Obama did not lead the process and put something on the table.  He should have gone to the country with a "plan" not a speech.  He should put ideas on the table that both sides needed to contemplate.  He should have forced the Dems to make entitlement reforms.  He should have forced the GOP to make some concessions.

AT the end of the day, Pres BO decided to do nothing and the net result was predictable.  Read the Truman quote again!

In any organization, the top man has to lead and bring people together.  

In our country, Pres BO is just giving speeches and blaming everybody else.

Do you understand now why so many people, specially Dems, are growing more and more unhappy with the man who reads from the teleprompter.

B the way, did I tell you that our 3rd quarter GDP was revised downward to 2%?   Is anyone surprised that people are scared to make decisions and grow their business? or hire people?  or invest in expansion?

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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Are Dems really serious about asking Pres BO to step aside?

On Monday, we learned that Chris Matthews of MSNBC released a little frustration with Pres BO.  Of course, Matthews is one of many who just went in the tank for candidate BO in 2008! 

Just recently, Matthews complained that Pres BO does not talk with Dems in Congress and a few other things.  (You can read about it)

Frankly, I lost respect for Matthews in '08 when he jumped in the tank for Obama.  I don't take him too seriously but it's interesting to read what he said.  He may be speaking for a few Dems!  He may be saying publicly what a lot of them are complaining about in private.

Besides Matthews, Pres BO may need to take the words of Pat Caddell and Douglas Schoen a bit more seriously. 

Unlike Matthews, who makes a fool out of himself carrying Obama's water every night at MSNBC, Caddell & Schoen are first rate Dem pollsters who give it to you straight. 

On Monday, Caddell & Schoen called on Pres BO to step aside and let Hillary Clinton run for president in '12.   The argument goes like this:

"He should abandon his candidacy for re-election in favor of a clear alternative, one capable not only of saving the Democratic Party, but more important, of governing effectively and in a way that preserves the most important of the president's accomplishments.

He should step aside for the one candidate who would become, by acclamation, the nominee of the Democratic Party: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton."

They base their arguments on the polling data and the Obama reelection strategy.  They see Pres BO in trouble with independents (the key bloc) and running a very negative campaign because he can't run on his record.

I understand where Caddell & Schoen are going with this but Hillary Clinton is not the answer. 

I think that the Dems would be better off moving in a different direction, such as former Sen Bayh of Indiana or Sen Mangin of West Virginia.

Why these two?  They are more moderate and will appeal to a broader base than Hillary Clinton. 

How is Hillary Clinton going to run against Pres BO anyway?  Hasn't she supported Pres BO's policies?

We've come a long way from that night in Chicago when people cried at the election of Obama....or that summer day when Germans treated BO like a rock star.....or when candidate BO told millions what they wanted to hear.

Yes, we've come a long way!  Wonder how many Dems wish that they could go back and redo their votes?  My guess is that many or at least enough to have nominated Hillary Clinton.

Check out my interview with Barry Cassellman about all of this and some of the latest happening in the GOP contest:

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Monday, November 21, 2011

Say hello to the first place (6-4) Dallas Cowboys!

We will take a "W" no matter how we get them.  Winning ugly is still winning and the "W" counts just as much as the rout of Buffalo last week.

Dallas almost gave it away in the last quarter.  We also got really lucky that the Redskins' kicker missed a FG in overtime.

The Cowboys are now in a great position.  They play Miami on Thanksgiving Day and Arizona the following week.

They should win the next two and position themselves for an NFC East showdown with New York. 

It will be fun to play the Giants twice in December with the division on the line.  It's been a few years since a couple of games against the Giants have been so anticipated around here!


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Goodbye Rod-Zap and thank you people of Spain!

As we have posted before, we have very little regard for PM Rodriguez-Zapatero.

Unfortunately, voters can be fickle.  In the spring of 2004, the voters of Spain fell for one of the biggest "frauds" to ever appear in a democratic system.

As you may remember, the Socialists were behind in the polls.  Every pundit had the conservatives winning the election.

On March 11 2004, we witnessed a horrible terrorist act in Madrid.

To be expected, Rod-Zapatero and the Spanish left used this tragedy to attack PM Aznar's decision to support Pres Bush and PM Blair in Iraq.

Rod-Zap promised to remove the troops.  He won a close election and the troops were withdrawn.

It was a victory for the terrorists who demonstrated that weak democratic leaders could be broken.

What happened?

First, Spain left Iraq but the terrorists stayed in Spain. 

Second, PM Rod-Zap started a massive "hope and change" tour that has taken the country to the brink of economic disaster.

It ended Sunday night.  We congratulate the people of Spain.

Of course, it will take a bit of time to undo Rod-Zap's misery.   In fact, things may get worse in Spain before they get better.

Nevertheless, it will be easier without Rod-Zap, one of the most disgraceful people ever to come out of the international left.

Check out our Sunday night show with Bill Katz of Urgent Agenda PLUS a special call from Javier Hurtado Mira fron Spain:


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Sunday, November 20, 2011

We are feeling very good about Spain today!

It's so exciting! I've been whistling that wonderful "paso doble" melody all day long.  

It's one of my favorite Spanish tunes.  I guess that it's up there with "El Relicario" and "Virgen de la Macarena".  I love the traditional Spanish melodies.

I've just checked EL PAIS's website and the conservatives are doing just great in Spain.  

Let me congratulate the voters of Spain.  As of mid-Sunday, it looks like they are rejecting the socialists in style.

In many ways, I've had a special place in my heart for Spain.  

I was born in Cuba and raised in the US. 

I am a very proud Cuban American and admire the great contributions that we have made to the US.    We are one of the greatest success stories in US immigration history.   Our parents lost everything in Cuba, started with nothing and achieved wonderful levels in the US.

Yes, I love my Cuban American heritage and the sacrifice that our parents made standing up for freedom and starting a new life in the US. 

At the same time, I am the grandson of a man from Asturias who moved to Cuba in the 1920's.      My mother and father are the descendants of all of those wonderful Spanish immigrants who seeded Cuba.

Spain has changed a lot since my grandfather (Abuelo Pedro) and other ancestors moved to Cuba many years ago.   However, their influence is all over those of us who carry their names.  They taught us about honesty, hard work, devotion to family and to reject the "something for nothing" philosophy of socialist demagogues.

As I said, I've been whistling Spanish music all day.  I feel good about Spain today. 

Here is our Sunday night chat: 



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It looks like an important shake up is coming in Spain today!

We spoke with Jose M Guardia of BarcePundit about the elections in Spain.  It looks like the left will have a very long day at the polls.

Spain's problems are economic and the voters are bent on punishing the left.

This is Jose's summary:

"In Spain, dissatisfaction with the state of affairs runs so deep that the Socialists are poised to lose even here in the southern region of Andalusia, where the party has enjoyed a stranglehold on politics since democracy was restored in Spain in 1975. 

But a win for the Popular Party, or PP, could prove a poisoned chalice. 

It would inherit a nation beset by an unemployment rate of more than 20%, a shaky banking system and growing doubt by global investors about Madrid's ability to pay its debts and make the painful reforms required to get the economy back on track."

Jose is right.  The Partido Popular must be bold and offer a clear plan as soon as possible.  

No one has the answer for all of Spain's problems.   However, we do know that socialism does not work as Spain's voters have learned over the last few years. 

Again, I hope that Partido Popular is bold and calls for real change.   

Here is our chat with Jose:
 

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Three amazing songs from The Temptations!

Who knows what people will listen to in 2050?  Rock? Pop? Country?

My guess is that some kid in the future will be listening to the music of The Temptations. 

I don't know whether it will be a CD, I-Pod or whatever they have around at the time.

Nevertheless, he will find their music appealing, enjoy their incredible harmonies and think about his favorite girl when he hears one of their songs.

It's hard to talk about popular music without adding a note about The Temptations.  They are the best group that came out of Detroit in the golden age of Motown.  They were great and a delight to listen to!

Check out "Since I lost my baby":


"The sun is shining, there's plenty of light (oh yeah)
A new day is dawning, sunny and bright (oh yeah)
But after I've been crying all night
The sun is cold, and the new day seems old
Since I lost my baby. (Since I lost my baby.)
Oh, since I lost my baby. (Oh, since I lost my baby.)
The birds are singing and the children are playing
There's plenty of work and the bosses are paying
Not a sad word should a young heart be saying
But fun is a bore and with money I'm poor.
Since I lost my baby. (Since I lost my baby.)
Oh, since I lost my baby. (Oh, since I lost my baby.)
Next time I'll be kinder (Next time I'll be kinder)
Won't you please help me find her (Won't you please help me find her)
Someone just remind her (Someone just remind her)
Of this love she left behind her (Of this love she left behind her)
Till I find her I'll be trying to (Till I find her I'll be trying to)
Everyday I'm more inclined to Find her Inclined to Find her
Inclined to find my baby Been looking everywhere (ba--by)
Baby, I really, really care!
Oh, determination is fading fast (oh yeah)
Expiration is a thing of the past (oh yeah)
Can't see how my hope's gonna last
Good things are bad and what's happy is sad
Since I lost my baby. (Since I lost my baby.)
Oh, since I lost my baby. (Oh, since I lost my baby.)
I feel so bad (since I lost my baby) I feel so sad (since I lost my baby)
Everything is wrong This heart is hard to carry on (since I lost my baby)
I'm lost as can be (since I lost my baby)
What's gonna happen to me?...

Check out "You're my everything":


"You surely must know magic girl Cause you changed my life
It was dull and ordinary But you made it sunny and bright
Now, I was blessed the day I found you
Gonna build my whole world around you
You're everything good girl and you're all that matters to me
When my way was dark and troubles were near
Your love provided the light so I could see girl
Just knowing your love was near when times were bad
Kept the world from closing in on me girl
I was blessed the day I found you
Gonna build my whole world around you
You're everything good girl and you're all that matters to me
Baby, you're part of every thought I think each day
Your name is in every phrase my lips sing
Every dream I dream is about you
Honey I can't live without you (baby), baby (baby), baby
You're my everything, you're my everything, yes you are
(Don't you know you're my everything)
You're the girl I sing about in every love song I sing
(You're my everything)
You're my winter baby, my summer, my fall and spring
(You're my everything)
Now I was blessed the day I found you
Gonna build my whole world around you
You're everything good girl and you're all that matters to me
You're my everything, you're my everything, yes you are
(Don't you know you're my everything)
You're my everything, you're my everything
(Don't you know you're my everything)
You're my everything, you're my everything
You're my everything, you're my everything....

Check out "My girl", a song that will survive 1,000 years:


"I got sunshine, On a cloudy day.
When it's cold outside, I've got the month of may.
I guess you'd say, What can make me feel this way?
my girl, my girl, my girl. Talkin' 'bout my girl. My girl!
I've got so much honey, The bees envy me.
I've got a sweeter song, Than the birds in the trees.
Well, I guess you'd say, What can make me feel this way?
My girl My girl Talkin' about my girl
I don't need no money, Fortune or fame.
I got all the riches baby, One man can claim.
Well, I guess you'd say, What can make me feel this way?
My girl My girl Talking about my girl
I got sunshine on a cloudy day
I've even got the month of may with my girl....."

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