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Clarks Women's Everlay Heidi Slip-On Loafer, Black Leather, 7 M US
- Heel height 1.37"
- Clarks cushion soft comfort
- Ortholite footbed
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La Milano Men's Slip On Loafers Business Casual Comfortable Classic Leather Dress Shoes for Men
- FIT TIP-THIS STYLE RUNS SMALL,RECOMMENDED TO ORDER ON SIZE UP
- Genuine cow leather upper, synthetic lining, comfort insole
- Stacked Heel, 1.2 inches, 3CM
- Perfect for parties, weddings and other official events.
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La Milano Mens Double Monk Strap Slip-on Loafer Oxford Formal Business Casual Dress Shoes for Men, Charles-1-cognac, 11
- Geniune Leather
- Comfortable and fashioned monk strap slip on loafers.
- Slip on design is for easy on and off.
- Perfect for any formal outfit or casual wear.
- This plain toe double monk strap is outrageously on trend featuring hand burnished Argentinen leather as well as hidden elastics to help with fitting in.
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Nadex Rolled Coins Storage Boxes with Lockable Covers | High Capacity Wrapped Coins Color Coded Coin Organizing Trays for Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies
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Naturalizer Women's Nalani Sandal, Black, 8 W US
- 1.46 inch heel height
- Comfort sandal
Skechers Cali Women's Rumblers Sci-Fi Wedge Sandal,Black,8 W US
Gravity Defyer Pain Relief Women's G-Defy Mighty Walk Athletic Women's Walking Shoes 9 W US - Diabetic Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis - Black, Purple
- VersoShock Technology- Patented Spring System Absorbs Shock From the Ground up Converting it into Renewed Positive Energy.
- Seamless interior for sensitive feet and diabetic neuropathy to prevent irritation.
- Removable insoles to accommodate custom orthotic support.
- Front rocker sole with a supported midfoot to prevent and relieve plantar fasciitis.
- Extra roomy toe box for bunions, diabetes, or just a little extra wiggle room.
Top Ten Songs by Mary Prankster
Mary Prankster was an amazing performer. She's done performing, but her music lives on. Known for her clever lyrics, her sense of humor, and her catchy tunes, Mary Prankster never got famous but is well beloved by all who heard her play. Find out why.
These first three are off of her earliest CD, Roulette Girl. Roulette Girl is the CD I would recommend to first time listeners.
1) The Bottle's Talking Now:
This is a charming ode to drunkenness. Its a slow, sultry, and sexy song imbued with self deprecating humor. "My charm is cashed, I must be trashed..."
2) The World is Full of Bastards:
This is a classic anthem for women who have had bad luck in relationships. Mary sings ruefully yet cheerfully about all the guys that have caused her misery. This is a light, bouncy little ditty. Lots of fun. "The lad was oh so generous, much more than you would think, he didn't have a license but he still drove me to drink. And I had no insecurities, so he gave me some of his, but I didn't need his sorrow, man, I'm Irish as it is!"
3) New Tricks:
New Tricks is a classic quarter-life crisis song. In it, Mary mourns the fact that none of her idealistic youthful plans have come to fruition and vows to get out of her rut and try something new. This one has a moderate tempo and great lyrics that you'll probably be able to relate to if you're in your mid twenties to early thirties. "We were gonna start a revolution, we were gonna make the scene. We were gonna marry movie stars and storm the silver screen..."
The Next 4 are off of her second and most vulgar CD, Blue Skies Forever. Blue Skies Forever is saucy and funny, but not recommended for younger listeners or those easily offended.
4) Tits and Whiskey:
Well, the title pretty much says it all. Basically, this is a fun and obscene song about being young, wild, and at the beach. Remember senior week? "It has to be filthy, I'm ripe and I'm healthy..."
5) Mac and Cheese:
This is probably her cutest song. It's got a bouncy little tune much in the style of a children's song, but the lyrics are humorous, focusing on her desire to find a nice boy to make her some food, which apparently has not worked out well for her in the past. The end is the funniest bit, in which she gives up on the food altogether, declaring, "Love him 'til my dying breath, man, f*ck the food, I'll starve to death if I could just find a boy who's not a violent sociopath."
This one is my personal favorite and by far her weirdest, most obtuse song. As Mary herself proclaims at the beginning, "This is the song with all the things in it, this song was written to impress Jodie Foster." She sings it quickly and gleefully, and the lyrics are bizarre and for the most part, non-rhyming. It's great. "That bottle of Aunt Jemima better stop talking to me, she's making to much g*dd*mned sense."
7) Piss Off:
Piss off is a clever song in which Mary succinctly weaves an account of a failing relationship in with a comment on the nature of people, all in less than three minutes. "Piss on the wrong people and they send you to jail, piss on the right people and they say you're an artist."
The next two songs are from her third CD Tell Your Friends. Tell Your Friends is a little more verbose than the first, with songs being a bit longer and lyrics getting a little more in-depth. The style also tends more to pop, in general.
8) Brave New Baby:
Brave New Baby is a smart song, filled with allusions and worry about the state of the world today. It's clever and funny, as usual, but also has a degree of importance to it. The tone is more poppy than anything else, but still distinctive enough to be interesting rather than generic. "When the flame retardant books came out they had to burn the readers."
This is a good travelling or starting over song. Its tone is a bit melancholy and more serious than most of her songs, but it also has an air of potential about it. "Train of thought derailed 'cause I kept losin' track, hit the highway and I find myself lookin' back. Here before the sun I stand to reclaim myself, 'cause when it gets dark - I look like anyone else."
This last song is off of her final CD, Lemonade. Lemonade is a live CD made up mostly of tracks from the previously mentioned albums, with a few new tracks thrown in. The newer songs have a slight country feel to them.
This is a moderately paced, upbeat song sung in Mary's fullest, richest voice. It's the final song on her final CD, and the most hopeful one she's sang yet. It's done live, and there is a short audience sing along bit at the end. "I've seen the future and it looks like lemonade..."
So go to her website and check her out. You should be able to listen to small bits of some of the songs on the website. She also has a myspace page, keeping her old fans up to date on what she's doing now.