Our friends John and Allen say, “It’s Ahmadinejad Week here at Cox & Forkum; he keeps giving us material that we can’t resist.”
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Editor — The take-off title of this post comes with an apology to the memories of song writers Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields who wrote “I’m in the mood for love” in 1935 for the movie “Every Night at Eight.” It was first recorded by Frances Langford in 1936. Here are the lyrics:
I’m in the mood for love, simply because you’re near me.
Funny, but when you’re near me, I’m in the mood for love.
Heaven is in your eyes, bright as the stars we’re under;
Oh, is it any wonder I’m in the mood for love?
Why stop to think of whether
This little dream might fade?
We’ve put our hearts together;
Now we are one, I’m not afraid!
If there’s a cloud above, if it should rain, we’ll let it;
But for tonight, forget it!
I’m in the mood for love.