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Twilight Zone Moments
I guess most of us have had them, I sure as hell did see a few Moments to make you wonder, How much of the strange is true A few times I'd tell someone to answer the phone, A few seconds before it rang And once we visited a psychic Who described the story which, Like a startling bang, Was behind a picture In a sealed envelope she held And my jaw dropped in wonder Just like a tree was felled But to me the most startling Was a day in my car, Rosie and I were on our way To visit one of our stores away far For a company inspection The radio was on When suddenly I said, Let's hear "I Don't Care Anymore" What happened then Near made me drop dead For I pressed another channel button, And indeed there it was, A song not often played My head was now abuzz... A Phil Collins song, Several years old, There it played before us, As I had foretold....
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