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Make The Road By Walking & Working Your Body

Posted by shanoah on June 28, 2009

Well, I’m assuming Seans still playing City of Heroes. With a city of superheroes and one of villians, you would think a city of normal people would be around somewhere..

So, my last post was Market Me To Children. I thought I’d follow that up with an instrumental by the Menahan Street Band called Make the Road By Walking. It’s upbeat with a nice groove to it. Puts me in a good mood, anyways.

And now that we’ve done some walking, time for some exercise. This song is Work My Body by the Leafhounds off the album Growers of Mushroom. This may be off the wall, but somehow I suspect drugs were involved in the production of this music. 🙂


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