Needless to say, the Stones don't perform this song in concert any more, and the last time they did, the lyric was subtly amended to "16". Who knew at the time that it would be the band's bassist Bill Wyman, rather than Jagger, who would later play out the song out in real life, eventually marrying Mandy Smith when she was 19 and he was 53 , or that their post-divorce punchline would be the wedding of Wyman's son to Smith's mother? Another song you don't hear much nowadays is a once-popular blues standard that was first recorded in by the first of the two harmonica-playing Mississippi bluesmen to use the name Sonny Boy Williamson. Its opening lines were "Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you?
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Lee Majors plays Colt Seavers, a Hollywood stunt man who moonlights as a bounty hunter. He uses his physical skills and knowledge of stunt effects especially stunts involving cars or his large GMC pickup truck to capture fugitives and criminals. He is accompanied by his cousin and stuntman-in-training Howie Munson Barr , who studied in Nashville - whom Colt frequently calls "Kid", and occasionally by fellow stunt performer Jody Banks Thomas. Guitarist and lead singer of The Diamonds , Dave Somerville , had been asked by television executives to develop a song for TV series based on the life of an anonymous stuntman. Although the original show never went forward, a year later when asked to vacation with his friend Glen A.
The Dating Game is an American television game show that first aired on December 20, and was the first of many shows created and packaged by Chuck Barris from the s through the s. The program was revived three additional times in syndication afterward. The first revival premiered in and ran until , the second ran from until , and the last ran from until , with a subsequent season of reruns.