Well, it's Monday and let's face the fact that it's more than likely you had your fair share of debauchery at the local watering hole over the weekend. You may or may not remember but when the lights came on and everything spun before your eyes, chances are you wondered "Hey, what happened to the party? Where is everyone that once filled the bar? Could it be the day that music died?" Not to worry my friend, what you're hearing is none other than the sweet sound of "last call". In other words, it's your friendly neighbourhood bar staff's way of saying "goodnight," or "go home, you drunk." Now that it's Monday and you're sober (hopefully), what better way to remind yourself of the drunken mistakes you made on the weekend by sitting back half asleep in your chair and listening to some tunes you probably heard, but don't remember. With that, I present to you the 5 Songs You Most Likely Heard During Last Call on Saturday:
KING HARVEST - DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT
CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - LONG AS I CAN SEE THE LIGHT
DONOVAN - HURDY GURDY MAN
MC5 - LET ME TRY
JOHNNY CASH - WALK THE LINE
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