09/29/2005: Hmmmmmm... talk about incongruity...
I'm giving XM's '70s music channel a listen today, just because I can (man doth not live by Air America alone, and impressions to the contrary I don't keep the XM tuned on Air Am all the time).
The programming right now: Donny Osmond singing his hit, "Sweet and Innocent".
What on earth was the attraction in a song about how the object of the singer's affection was too young, too sweet and too innocent for him to corrupt ("But you're too young to know the score/So come back when you're older"), when the singer himself sounds like he's about 12 years old (and I'm not inclined to do the math right now, but from my recollection Donny may well have been 12 or 13 himself when that song charted...)?
Actually, hearing the song now gives me the creeps.
Len on 09.29.05 @ 08:52 AM CST