Songs of the Day

First, here’s “1999” by Prince because this is the 1999th post in my blog (including many German-only posts, that is):

But don’t worry, “two thousand zero zero, party over” won’t apply to my blog. :mrgreen:

 

And like the first song where I use a date for something else, I’m not using the second song to refer to the mentioned year (in more than one century, in this case) – but in this case to the age I’ve reached today: “’39” by Queen in a 1979 live version:

6 Comments

  1. jL

    Yay, Doppelglückwunsch! Und dann auch noch an einem langen Wochenende, du Glückspilz :)

  2. F

    Herzlichen Glückwunsch und alles Gute, nicht nur blogtechnisch! :)

  3. c

    Dankeschön. :)

  4. H

    What a great song. I am a new reader here and was referred by a couple friends of mine who are German. I was asking them about life there and how it differs. From the States. One decided to go back while the other stayed. since then I have been a little obsessed with learning German cause I don’t always understand her posts. Anyway. I look forward to reading more form you and congrats on your 1999th entry.

  5. bs

    Herzlichen Glückwunsch zu Ihrem 199 reat Gruppe von Liedern.

  6. c

    Thanks, but:

    Zitat von brian speer:

    199 reat Gruppe

    huh?

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