I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE happy rock from the 60's...and I was so happy when I discovered the following video i just HAD TO share it with everyone I knew...this is one of my favorite songs and the lead singer (Peter Noone) looks absolutely adorable

Henry the VIII by Herman's Hermits:

For those of you who cannot follow cockney, here are the lyrics:

I'm Henry the eighth I am
Henry the eighth I am, I am
I got married to the widow next door
She's been married seven times before
And every one was an Henry (Henry)
She wouldn't have a Willy or a Sam (no Sam)
I'm her eighth old man, I'm Henry
Henry the eighth I am

Second verse same as the first

I'm Henry the eighth I am
Henry the eighth I am, I am
I got married to the widow next door
She's been married seven times before
And every one was an Henry (Henry)
She wouldn't have a Willy or a Sam (no Sam)
I'm her eighth old man, I'm Henry
Henry the eighth I am

Henry (Henry)
Henry (Henry)
Henry the eighth I am, I am
Henry the eighth I am

"Originally the Whoopass Girls, the Powerpuff Girls were created by CalArts student Craig McCracken in 1992 in his short film Nikki's Ninja Fighting Superpowered Girls! in A Sticky Situation. The short was selected for Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation in 1994; subsequently McCracken submitted it to Cartoon Network while working on Dexter's Laboratory. As Cartoon Network couldn't keep the offending name, the girls were renamed the Powerpuff Girls.

As of March of 2006, The Powerpuff Girls has been taken off the air due to bad scheduling and a lack of popularity. However, episodes still air in Britain .... While many believe that the series is canceled, Craig McCracken denies this. He is currently busy working on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, and most of the crew who worked on the series is busy with other projects. McCracken states that in time, he will make a few more episodes of The Powerpuff Girls."
source: wikipedia

Whoopass girls...interesting :))
and I'm still not sure why it would feature in the sick and twisted cartoons festival.... twisted maybe...but not sick!

For those who want to download the spoof on the beatles, click here:

Wikipedia's take on The powerpuff girls Meet the Beat-Alls:
One of the greatest legends of Kannada culture passed away on Wednesday, and this is how his fans paid homage to him:

Rajkumar was truly the ‘prince’ of Kannada cinema. He was not just a great actor, but an icon of Kannada culture. To quote my friend KS, “Put Raj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar and Amitabh Bacchan into one person, and you have Rajkumar”. He was a simple man, who never got into politics. Post the Veerappan kidnapping, the state’s respect for him grew twice fold. In fact, he even suffered from a mild form of Stockholm syndrome following his kidnap. He respected his fans as if they were gods, referring to them as abhimani devargalu.

...and this is what they gave him in return.

Apparently the agitated fans went on a rampage because they were denied a glimpse of their Annavaru (elder brother), and thought that attacking the police and destroying public property would prove a point. 5 people have been reported dead after yesterday’s violence.

A friend of mine who happens to know the Rajkumar family was appalled at the attitude of the kannadigas who had come to pay their last respects. ‘Fans’ had destroyed the compound wall of the star, turning into actors themselves by faking sorrow every time a camera appeared in front of them. He told me that “Karnataka witnessed two deaths yesterday, the death of one of the greatest icons of Kannada culture, and the death of culture amongst Bangaloreans.”

Up north, young Javed Mohammed breathed his last after succumbing to third degree burns. Javed single-handedly rescued six children from a devastating fire at Meerut three days ago. His family members believe that he died due to medical negligence, and they resorted to throwing stones at the hospital where he was admitted.

Thursday was a sad day. A day of many deaths. The death of a celluloid hero, the death of a real hero, and the death of basic human respect.

May their souls rest in peace.

Good friends of the Bottle! Good Comrades of Mine,
Stand up and pledge deeply the god of the Wine
Who makes duties vanish, and sad memories fade,
Each amour requited, each corking debt paid!
- Anonymous--Old French Poem
Bryng us in good ale, and bryng us in good ale;
For our blyssed lady sake, bryng us in good ale.
Bryng us in no browne bred, for that is mad of brane;
Nor bring us in no whyt bred, for therein is no game,
But bryng us in good ale
- Anonymous, circa 15th century

Drinking will make a man quaff,
Quaffing will make a man sing,
Singing will make a man laugh,
And laughing long life doth bring,
Says old Simon the King.
- Anonymous, Old Sir Simon the King, referring to Simon Wadloe, tavern-keeper at the "Devil," Fleet Street, 1621

Come, come, good wine is a good familiar creature if it be well used.
Exclaim no more against it.
William Shakespeare, Othello, 1622

Landlord fill the flowing bowl
Until it doth run over;
For to-night we'll merry be
To-morrow we'll be sober.
Old Song, 18th century

This bottle's the sun of our table,
His beams are rosy wine;
We planets that are not able
Without his light to shine.
Richard Brinsley Sheridan, The Duenna, 1775

If with water you fill up your glasses,
You'll never write anything wise;
For wine is the horse of Parnassus,
Which hurries a bard to the skies.
Thomas Moore, 1806

Oh for a beaker full of the warm South,
Full of the true, the blushful Hippocrene!
With beaded bubbles winking at the brim,
And purple-stained mouth.
- John Keats, Ode to a Nightingale, 1819

I taste a liquor never brewed
From Tankards scooped in Pearl
Not all the Vats upon the Rhine
Yield such an Alcohol!
Emily Dickinson, 19th century

Sparkling and bright, in liquid light,
Does the wine our goblets gleam in;
With hue as red as the rosy bed
Which a bee would choose to dream in.
Charles Fenno Hoffman, Sparkling and Bright, 1842

A medium Vodka dry Martini--with a slice of lemon peel. Shaken and not stirred.
Ian Fleming, Dr. No, 1958

Here With my beer I sit,
While golden moments flit:
They pass
Unheeded by:
And as they fly,
Being dry,
Sit, idly sipping here
My beer.
George Arnold, Beer, last century

One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor.
George Carlin, stand up comedian, this century

And last but not the least:

Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities.
The Bible, I Timothy (ch. V, v. 23)

Yellaru wokay, cool drink yakke????