Dog Daze

Sun in Gemini

If you’re of the same ‘Boomer’ generation as me you’ll probably remember Allan Sherman’s song from 1963 ‘Hello Mother, Hello Father’. The song only got as far as number 14 in the UK Hit Parade at the time, but has gone down in musical history since, as one of the classics.

If you don’t know it, or you’d like to revisit it, you can hear it free on YouTube at:

For those who may not know it, it tells the tale of a young American boy sent off to ‘summer camp’ and hating every second of it. The words of the song are a letter being written to be sent home to his parents at the end of his first day at ‘Camp Granada’.

The opening lines give a flavour of what follows:

Hello Mother, hello father

Here I am at Camp Granada

Camp is very entertaining

And they say…

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