Jim let his dog out to relieve himself late one night. He watched some TV, and then remembered to let the dog back in. When he opened the door, he was shocked at what he saw! In his dog’s mouth was his neighbor’s cat, dead!
“Bad dog! BAD DOG!” said the panicked man. He took the cat away and looked at it. He couldn’t bring himself to tell his neighbor what happened, so he decided to clean it up and leave it on the neighbor’s porch. He took the cat into the bathroom and washed off all the blood and dirt. It took him forever. He had to wash it four times to get it all cleaned. He brushed it’s beautiful black fur as he blow dried it, and put its collar back on. Since it was so dark, he crept into the neighbor’s yard and laid the cat down on the porch in front of the door.
The next day, he was on his way to the car to go to work and his neighbor was outside. “Hi,” he said. “Hi,” replied Jim, nervously. His neighbor said, “Something weird happened last night.” “Oh yeah? What’s that,” asked Jim, sweating now. “Well, my cat died yesterday, and we buried him.
In 1986, while living in Singapore, this melody came to me one quiet evening. Originally, the influenced of listening to many beautiful Chinese songs inspired me to compose this piece. However, as you can hear, I’ve arranged this instrumental composition for piano as well as for other instruments with a Latin rhythm.
Well, that was in 1986.
If he did come to Singapore in the present year, I’ll wonder what will be his inspiration this time …. hmmm…
A new piano solo arrangement of a beautiful piece composed by Camille Saint-SaÃ«ns entitled THE SWAN from his Suite “The Carnival of the Animals.” A very beautiful and mesmerizing piece of music performed by Robert Van Horne. He is able to capture the essence of this piece and you can even imagine a Sunday afternoon in a laid back place by the pond, with swans gently sliding across the pond with waves of tiny ripples, in an otherwise totally still and mirroring water surface. Enjoy.
This music is wrote and performed with all the sounds you hear created by different parts of the piano (except the vocals of course). According to The Piano Guys, they wanted this to be a fun music video full of “Christmas Spirit.” While the video primarily presents the “fun” side of Christmas (complete with cameo appearances by Christmas icons which “helped” them film), they wanted the music to portray what, to them, is the true meaning of the Holiday season.
Since the wife is eight months into her pregnancy, the husband has to sleep on the floor to avoid any regrettable mistake, which might happen pretty easily, for he has been desperate for sex for quite a while now.
Just before lying down on the bed, she glances at him and sees the poor guy curled up on the floor, eyes stare widely into the empty air, filled with hopeless desire…
Feeling sorry for her husband, she opens the top drawer of the cabinet,takes out a fifty dollar bill, and gives it to him. She says…”Awww, honey you’re so depressed… Here, take this and go to the woman next door, and she will let you sleep with her tonight. But remember that this happens only once… Ok?… Don’t think about it or ask me to do this again.
The husband rolls his eyes in disbelief, but afraid that she may change her mind, he grabs the money and leaves quickly. A few minutes later, he returns, hands the bill back to the wife and says with much disappointment, “She said this is not enough, she wants sixty dollars…”
The wife’s face slowly turns red with anger, “Damn that bitch…When she was pregnant and her husband came over here… I only charged him fifty…”