Remembering When. . .

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By Lola Russell.
As I was pursuing my favorite pastime the other morning, one clue was “1959 hit recording by The Coasters.” It was a 9-letter word. I had the first letter, which was a P, and the last letter was a Y. After a lot of thought, I came up with a song that I barely remember called “Poison Ivy.” I guess they just coasted right on off the charts, as did a lot of other bands. This worked with the rest of the words, so I asked Dianne to look it up on her “smart phone” so I could remember the lyrics and she did. The first verse went, “She comes on like a rose, but everybody knows, she’ll get you in Dutch, you can look, but you better not touch. Poison ivy (repeated over and over).”
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