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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    Hi Dina;

    I do like that type of music played on a real organ live. I went into the EX notre dame years ago when they were playing some heavy music. The whole building shaked. Very moving.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2uuE5ZQN6A

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    Chris Isaak - Can't Help Falling In Love - YouTube

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DV-1juGY3Sc

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    It has to be this version, sang by a great British singer:-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asOXK9IJPWI

    Love Terry

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    You do have great British singers Terry, but Elvis is ours

    You can't beat the Classics and the Legends, but Chris Isaak's version did it proud

    xox

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    I was never a fan of Elvis Presley but I enjoy Costello. https://youtu.be/1hBWBVVFA4c

    I heard Toccata morning, noon and night as my daughter learned this when she was learning how to play the organ.

    Sleep tight everyone and I hope tomorrow brings you joy.

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    Long time since I've heard that Barry,

    Nice one.

    Love Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccinjersey View Post
    You do have great British singers Terry, but Elvis is ours

    xox
    Hi CC,

    Perhaps Elvis had British citizenship as well??? - that's if the person working in the chip shop wasn't lying to Kirsty McColl, after all?? LOL ...

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QccPUSTMriM

    Elvis might have secretly fallen in love with British food and liked it so much that he decided to move to England and work in a Fish & Chip takeaway? LOL ... and I wouldn't blame him if he had preferred British style chips to American style fries - I think chips from the chip shop are great, especially with lots of salt and vinegar and dipped in ketchup!

    I'm not sure if you can get British style chips in the USA? -,and if I was to ask for chips, I think I might be given a bag of what we call crisps.

    I'm a fan of Elvis, his music and his movies. I'm not surprised that, as well as being known as 'The King', he also had the nickname 'Elvis the Pelvis' - and it looks like he was very talented at pole dancing too!!!......

    Elvis - Jailhouse Rock:-
    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qka6JrKUM5U

    Love Kayleigh x

    P.S...

    - Who is the king of the herb garden?
    Elvis Parsley LOL

    - Why did Elvis end up with Pepsi all over him?
    Unfortunately, the can he opened was all shock up! LOL

    - Where would Elvis never stay on Valentine's night?
    The Heartbreak Hotel LOL

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    Hi Kayleigh

    Our chips are potato chips. I've never had British chips here so don't know what that would be ??

    We dip or French fries in ketchup, and we do have salt and vinegar potato chips in fact we every kind of potato chip imaginable.

    I actually don't eat either one, our French fries to greasy and our potato chips to salty, but would love to taste your British Fish & Chips when I make over to your country it will be the first British food I would like to try.

    xox

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    Hi CC,

    Our chips are much chunkier than fries (or french fries) and it is a popular tradition for people to eat fish & chips at the seaside.

    ... and talking of fish and traditions, 'Fisherman's Friends' is a Cornish group who sing traditional sea-shanties and folk songs .....

    Mary Ann:-
    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nBAbseEfYi8

    Love Kayleigh x

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    Hi Kayleigh

    What kind of fish do you use for fish and chips ?

    We have fish and chips too, usually cod, flounder or tilapia is used, dipped in a batter and fried. Most places serve it with French fries or potato chips.

    Do you have fried calamari in your country? One of my very favorites, they look like rings served with marinara sauce on the side, so delicious but must be cooked just right to be soft and tender, if undercooked or overcooked too rubbery and too difficult to chew

    Those guys look like real seamen, are they, or just a band singing by the ocean ??


    One of my favorite sea songs xox

    Brandy (You're a Fine Girl) - The Looking Glass (with lyrics)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lAZNqKcu6Y

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