<font color=red>I'm sure Jon and Steve's wives could vouch for their "gentle mass touch awaken," but wouldn't Alan make an interesting choice? More athletic and earthy?<img src=pix/icon_smile_tongue.gif border=0 align=middle>
I'm hoping some intelligent lady will speak of the handsome visage and carriage of Trevor Horn, who shares some attributes with yours truely. Although my personality most resembles Bruford's . . . </font id=red>
Yesmam, there's always a chance of listening to Yes and associating it with an memorable event, but I listen so much, I have different memories for each song. Some spiritual, some physical, some social, some alone. But listening to Yes does inspire me, along all sorts of avenues, whether I'm shaking the rugs or making love. Plus, there's an old male trick of concentrating on something complex, to delay the male response, and Yes is great for that! Very relaxing at critical juncturs, if you catch my drift . . .
Massos, is this what you had in mind when you mentioned Tales as "program music?" Should I let Heid know? I suspect she may be on line more--Should I alert her to your prowess and stamina? <img src=pix/jestera.gif border=0 align=middle>
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<hr>Yes--It's not just for breakfast anymore . . .