I Anita Baker Apologize
I know I’ve been away from the blog for a while and for that I apologize. I could lie and tell you that I’m a superhero but then would a superhero lie? He would, of course, to protect his secret identity. That puts us back at square one I guess. You still not knowing if I’m a superhero and me still not saying I am but at the same time fully admitting that if I were I would never tell you. The only thing left for us to do is back away slowly from each other and find the strength to continue on with this blog post. You first.
Sorry, this got off track didn’t it? Probably because I haven’t blogged in so long. Too busy shaping new canals in fresh magma to siphon off destructive lava flows headed towards dense populations. Joking! Superheroes do that. AND I’M NOT ONE.
Anyway, this video of people singing “Let It Be” more than makes up for my absence that all of you so deeply felt: Mom. Dad. Special thanks to the following musicians for singing this song:
George Wendt, Steve Guttenberg, David Faustino, Philip Michael Thomas, Roger Moore, Jason Alexander, Huey Lewis, Rikki Lake, the blonde on Melrose Place, Corbin Bernsen, Katarina Witt, a hypnotist, Glenn Close, Alfonso Ribeiero, the guy who beat up Donna on 90210, Dolph Lundgren, Judd Nelson, Peter Falk, Kelly McGillis, Rickey Schroeder, Robert Englund, Boyzone, Kathleen Turner, one half of Milli Vanilli, Dee Snider, Right Said Fred, Darryl Hannah, the band Rednex, the guy who played Forrest Gump as a boy, Lou Ferrigno, the band Berlin, and an extra debt of gratitude to Malcolm Jamal Warner.