All New Music Video: The Foggy London Strut!

Foggy London Strut Lyrics:

Humming through skyway
In coach 57a
That foggy town of London
Is only an hour away

Getting so excited
I’m ready to get down
Gonna press go on the kook-ay
In that foggy London town

(Pilot’s voice)
“Ladies and Gentleman, this is your captain speaking
We are beginning our descent into the city of London
Please take your seats and fasten your seatbelts
We hope you enjoyed your flight today, and if you feel the need to strut
Please wait until you exit the aircraft so as not to harm the people around you…”

Come and do the Foggy London Strut
The Foggy London Strut
The Foggy London Strut…Yeah!

Now I’m struttin in the UK
Got the kooky down in my feet
Greetin’ all the guv’nuhs, chaps and birds
As I’m Struttin’ down Victoria Street
Should we strut to the palace or a museum
Perhaps a pub would be the best
Get a little bitty taste of a kidney pie
And maybe give that little dog the rest

(Tour Guide voice)
Westminster Abbey
Big Ben
Buckingham Palace
St. Paul’s cathedral
Trafalgar Square
Piccadilly Circus
The Globe theater
The Tower of London
Out of place futuristic building (Gherkin)
The Tower Bridge
The Castle of Greyskull

Wait…what was that last one?

Do the Foggy London Strut
The Foggy London Strut
The Foggy London Strut…Yeah!

(Tour Guide voice)
The Thames River
Marble Arch
Oxford Street
Cleopatra’s Needle
London Eye
Covent Garden
Hyde Park
Downing Street
Nelson’s Column
Millennium Dome
The Royal Observatory
Wellington Arch
The Water Closet
St. James Palace
Eros Statue
Carnaby Street
Saville Row
Madame Tussauds
Abbey Road

A TMP Exclusive: The Foggy London Strut

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History Schmistory, July 20: Take Me Out To The Ball Game!

1858 - The first ever fee was charged to see a baseball game at the steep price of 50 cents per person. Sure had to break the piggy bank for Babe!

 

Gotta' pay those nickels to see them knuckles! 'Babe Ruth in 1921,' [public domain]

Gotta’ pay those nickels to see them knuckles!
‘Babe Ruth in 1921,’ [public domain]

History Schmistory, July 18: “In Freedom We Are Born!”

1768 - The Boston Gazette published the “Liberty Song,” America’s 1st patriotic song. It was an American Revolutionary War song composed by patriot, John Dickinson. Come, join hand in hand, to sing this tune to the motherland!

History Schmistory, July 17: Starry Eyed Harvard!

1850 - The Harvard Observatory took the 1st photograph of a star (Vega). Vega is argued to be the next most important star in the sky after the Sun. Needless to say, it is a “bright spot” in history for astronomers!

What happens on Vega, didn't stay on vega!

What happens on Vega, didn’t stay on vega!

History Schmistory, July 16: Kissing Cooties Goodbye.

1439 - Kissing was banned in England to stop germs from spreading! Soon after, blowing kisses became the next best thing.

 

Enjoy my germs!

Enjoy my germs!

History Schmistory, July 15: Roc-King Out!

1799 – The Rosetta Stone was found in the Egyptian village of Rosetta by French Captain Pierre-François Bouchard during Napoleon’s Egyptian Campaign. It unfortunately did not give them the ability learn a new language online. It did however have three different languages written on it (Greek, Demotic & Hieroglyphic!)

 

Before internet was invented...

Before internet was invented…

History Schmistory, July 14: Hooray for Bastille Day!

1789 - Today is Bastille Day. The French Revolution began with the fall of Bastille. Aujourd’hui, nous célébrons notre liberté!

Magnifique CC0 Public Domain

Magnifique
CC0 Public Domain

Countdown to Bastille Day!

You say you want a revolution?  OK–you got it.  2 days to Bastille Day!

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