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  • genericmotors genericmotors May 13, 2011 7:06 PM Flag

    Memory Lane Question , Who sang this ?

    See the USA in your Chevrolet
    America is asking you to call
    Drive your Chevrolet through the USA
    America's the greatest land of all

    On a highway, or a road along the levy
    Performance is sweeter, nothing can beat her
    Life is completer in a Chevy

    So make a date today to see the USA
    And see it in your Chevrolet

    Traveling East, Travelling West
    Wherever you go Chevy service is best
    Southward or North, near place or far
    There's a Chevrolet dealer for your Chevrolet car

    So make a date today to see the USA
    And see it in your Chevrolet.

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    • No single analysis of Don Quixote’s character can adequately explain the split between his madness and his sanity. He remains a puzzle throughout the novel, a character with whom we may have difficulty identifying and sympathizing. We may see Don Quixote as coy and think that he really does know what is going on around him and that he merely chooses to ignore the world and the consequences of his disastrous actions. At several times in the novel, Cervantes validates this suspicion that Don Quixote may know more than he admits. Therefore, when Don Quixote suddenly declares himself sane at the end of the novel, we wonder at his ability to shake off his madness so quickly and ask whether he has at least partly feigned this madness. On the other hand, we can read Don Quixote’s character as a warning that even the most intelligent and otherwise practically minded person can fall victim to his own foolishness. Furthermore, we may see Don Quixote’s adventures as a warning that chivalry—or any other outmoded set of values—can both produce positive and negative outcomes. Given the social turmoil of the period in which Cervantes wrote, this latter reading is particularly appealing. Nonetheless, all of these readings of Don Quixote’s character operate in the novel.

    • No Insurance money coming from China.

      New vehicles sales by Toyota in China tumbled 23.5% year on year to 48,700 units in April as it faced difficulty procuring parts from Japan for assembling cars in the wake of the 11 March earthquake and tsunami, its local subsidiary said.

      The major carmaker is now scrambling to get its production back to pre-quake level by securing alternative parts, it told Kyodo News.

      Toyota on Government support

      Toyota even losing market share in Japan

      Sales of Toyota Motor Corp. vehicles fell 69% to 35,557 vehicles in April, with those of the luxury Lexus brand dropping 45% to 1,656. Nissan Motor Co. vehicle sales sank 37% to 17,413, while Honda MotorCo.'s sales sagged 49% to 18,923.

    • What did I say?
      He does not remember..

    • You remember I'll forget it. Mr Gill2626

    • The Chevy Song Revisited
      -by Web

      Oh, the bills you’ll pay... for your Chevrolet
      The tow truck you will surely need to call
      Dump your Chevrolet out in Prudhoe Bay
      Or pay to have it stolen at the Mall!

      The engine’s weak, the steering’s very heavy
      The dealer’s a cheater, he can’t fix the heater
      You need a new tweeter in your Chevy
      You will be late today with a Chevrolet
      You’ll break down seven blocks away!

      Live in the East, or live in the West
      Your resale values always will be depressed
      Long Island Sound to Corona del Mar
      You won’t find a buyer for your Chevrolet car

      Just come out today, in your Chevrolet!
      The toe tap guys are always tailin’ you
      It’s the first choice of anyone who’s gay
      That HHR commercial proved it’s true

      Whether it’s a first year model or a Rev E
      A 2- or 4-seater, you’re lucky to meet her
      A fat Wal-Mart greeter with a Chevy
      So buy a Chevrolet – show your naivete!
      And break down in your Chevrolet!

    • Dina Saur?


      • 2 Replies to webuchadnezzar_reva
      • <<Dina Saur?

        -web >>

        Your a very sick person that needs help.

      • Thats not very nice Webby , She always spoke volumes about you. How about this great song ?

        A long, long time ago...
        I can still remember
        How that music used to make me smile.
        And I knew if I had my chance
        That I could make those people dance
        And, maybe, they’d be happy for a while.

        But february made me shiver
        With every paper I’d deliver.
        Bad news on the doorstep;
        I couldn’t take one more step.

        I can’t remember if I cried
        When I read about his widowed bride,
        But something touched me deep inside
        The day the music died.

        So bye-bye, miss american pie.
        Drove my chevy to the levee,
        But the levee was dry.
        And them good old boys were drinkin’ whiskey and rye
        Singin’, "this’ll be the day that I die.
        "this’ll be the day that I die."

        Did you write the book of love,
        And do you have faith in God above,
        If the Bible tells you so?
        Do you believe in rock ’n roll,
        Can music save your mortal soul,
        And can you teach me how to dance real slow?

        Well, I know that you’re in love with him
        `cause I saw you dancin’ in the gym.
        You both kicked off your shoes.
        Man, I dig those rhythm and blues.

        I was a lonely teenage broncin’ buck
        With a pink carnation and a pickup truck,
        But I knew I was out of luck
        The day the music died.

        I started singin’,
        "bye-bye, miss american pie."
        Drove my chevy to the levee,
        But the levee was dry.
        Them good old boys were drinkin’ whiskey and rye
        And singin’, "this’ll be the day that I die.
        "this’ll be the day that I die."

    • Dinah Shore sang it!

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