Thursday, May 16, 2013

Alan Dershowitz's Favorite Shower Song

They're Coming to Take Me Away Hahaaa!

Thinking About This is What Drives Dershowitz to the Funny Farm

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  1. Hilarious .... it sounds the same coming and going.

    Scary.... I remembered most of the words.

    Now, tit for tat on the humour scale. I woke up at 2 am and had to listen to this for a second time right then. In fact, I think I might listen to it again.

    I cannot vouch for any of the other clips on the page because I have not listened to them. But I have recently acquired a 3 (next week) year old and this video is such a reminder of the days. Gotta be the funniest thing ever, and, surprise, not political!

    Scroll down to:
    Louis C.K. ~ My 3-Year-Old Is A 3-Year-Old.

    Nice to share something not tinged with the chosen ones.

  2. Ooops forgot the URL... was already laughing to this thing!

  3. This song is great. Remember it as a kid and it still brings smiles.


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