Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Cure - Love Cats/Close to You



THE CURE - Love Cats

In the early seventies I once shared a house with some Stewards and Stewardesses. One time they were all away flying or staying with boyfriends or girlfriends. I was left all on my lonesome.

I went to bed and was in that place where your are about to fall asleep but are still aware of what is going on. It was then that  I heard what I can only describe as a wailing sound. I immediately thought it probably was a couple of cats in heat. It was very annoying. It went on for sometime when it occurred to me that the sound appeared to be coming from the room next to mine.

Now nobody was at home except me so I assumed that cats had managed to get in a open window or something so I decided to investigate.

I crept to the next door bedroom and and opened the door as quietly as I could and what I saw, well, I don't know who was more shocked?  me!, or Richard and his new boyfriend.

The next morning at breakfast I apologised for my interruption and introduced myself,

'Hi! I am Old Pa, you must be Kitty!'

I don't particularly like Love Cats but it was most appropriate. So here is Close to You a much better choice.
CURE - Close to You

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12 November 2014 at 07:20

Wailing like cats? Bit much, innit? Hope you all enjoyed your breakfasts.

12 November 2014 at 09:24

A strikingly similar event happened to me about 30 years ago, at a house I rented a room in. When I unexpectedly arrived home early one afternoon, I couldn't understand why the front room curtains were closed and the windows running with condensation. When I got inside I discovered the reason. My landlady and her new fella were getting extremely friendly on the carpet! I skipped dinner that night and breakfast the next morning. I lived there for a further year and we never spoke of it again!

12 November 2014 at 10:00

TS - You should have had Toad in the Hole for dinner..or sausage and mash.SB - I think Kitty was a little embarassed, I was amused.

12 November 2014 at 18:31

Oh what a story, Old Pa.. how embarrassing! Were they purring as well...?