please wait at the gate of heaven for me terry








He rode into the night
Accelerated his motorbike
I cried to him in fright
Don't do it, don't do it, don't do it.


Ha! I just can't stop singing this . Now I have some new Cds for my collection, cds and books are the things I have been buying lately, not clothes really, except for this pink primark dress. I wore it today even though the weather was a bit cold, cause if I'd rely on the weather to wear my summery outfits I would be screwed. Oh if you want to hear the song it is called Terry by Twinkle. x

16 comments:

  1. why do you alway hide your beautiful face in your photos?

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  2. gorgeous photos:) i love your collar ♥

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  3. loving all these soundtracks! and that blouse is just adorable!!!!!!
    xo TJ

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  4. how do you get this vintage-y touch to your pictures? It's awesome

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  5. beautiful top! and i love grease and titanic!!!

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  6. That dress is so pretty and I love your style! I’m also running a giveaway at the moment, I thought you might be interested :)
    Charlotte x
    http://www.charlottesweb-photography.com/2012/04/clinique-giveaway.html

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  7. Hearing that brought on a wave of nostalgia. It was one of the songs I grew up to. I mean, I wasn't born then but my mum had it...along with other morbidly sentimental songs that were the rage back then; songs about dead dogs ('Old Shep', 'Old Tige'), and Sydney Devine's songs about orphans.

    'Terry' is evocative of 'Leader of The Pack'. I wondered if one was copying the other but it turns out the were released in the same year.

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    1. :) I also like Leader of The Pack, they are similar. Didnt know they were released in the same year tho, good to know :) x

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    2. 'Terry' was released first apparently. It was also banned by the BBC.

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  8. Lovely photos, and that top is so nice!

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  9. love that collar! and I love your blog & style!

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