Cruise Singin’

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Yup, I figured someone had captured the annual cruise tradition of me singing “Elvira” with Jimmy Moore.  Denise Cripps (Chareva’s long-lost sister) uploaded this today.

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10 thoughts on “Cruise Singin’

  1. Clint

    Good for you Tom, I’ve been dragged to Karaoke bars in the past and had a microphone shoved in my face, NO WAY JOSE! Funny thing, I use to be in a rock band a while back, but then I got to practice first.

    I never sang Karaoke before the low-carb cruises. It is all in fun, lots of people of widely varying singing ability get up there, so nothing to be nervous about.

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  2. Clint

    Good for you Tom, I’ve been dragged to Karaoke bars in the past and had a microphone shoved in my face, NO WAY JOSE! Funny thing, I use to be in a rock band a while back, but then I got to practice first.

    I never sang Karaoke before the low-carb cruises. It is all in fun, lots of people of widely varying singing ability get up there, so nothing to be nervous about.

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  3. Lynda

    Excellent!! Jimmy is looking great and I loved your low voice in that Tom!!

    I am so going on the next low carb cruise… I’ve said that before but I’m going for sure!

    I hope to see you there.

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  4. Lynda

    Excellent!! Jimmy is looking great and I loved your low voice in that Tom!!

    I am so going on the next low carb cruise… I’ve said that before but I’m going for sure!

    I hope to see you there.

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  5. Kathy from Maine

    Too funny! I thought you were talking about the Tom Jones song, “My, My, My Elvira.” I just realized THAT song was “My, My, My Delilah”!

    I don’t even remember how Jimmy and I ended up singing the Oak Ridge Boys’ version of “Elvira” four years ago, but it’s now a tradition.

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  6. Kathy from Maine

    Too funny! I thought you were talking about the Tom Jones song, “My, My, My Elvira.” I just realized THAT song was “My, My, My Delilah”!

    I don’t even remember how Jimmy and I ended up singing the Oak Ridge Boys’ version of “Elvira” four years ago, but it’s now a tradition.

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