Grazing in the grass is a gas...
Baby, can you dig it?
With so much of the country blanketed in ice, snow, and cold, we thought we could all use a little grazing in the grass.
"Grazing in the Grass" is an instrumental composed by Philemon Hou and first recorded by the South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela. It is recognizable by its prominent cowbell part. Released in the United States as a single in 1968, it hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The Friends of Distinction recorded a vocal cover version of the tune in 1969 which was also a Top Ten pop and R&B hit, reaching #3 on the former and #5 on the latter. (wikipedia)
I prefer Masekela's version.
Friends of Distinction Version:
Buddy has been experiencing stiffness in his left, hind quarters for some time. Our regular, conventional vet has been treating him with chondroitin and aspirin, with little success.
Buddy has an appointment with a new, alternative vet this afternoon.
I'm fairly certain she's going to use the D word.
No one should have to go on a diet during the holidays, no matter how much they (Buddy and I) need to.