Ode to Thursdays

This is for those who frequented Society Court on Thursdays…

Ode to Thursdays (formerly known as the Gilligan’s Island Theme)

Just sit right back and you’ll hear a tale,
A tale of a crazy little family,
That started at Society Court,
Inside that red brick townhouse.

The “Supereme Executive Grand Chancellor Potentate Emeritus” was a mighty Irish preaching man,
The “First Lady of the Great Family” patient and sure.
Ten voyagers set sail on Thursdays,
For a LOST infused eve, a LOST infused eve.

The Wii competition started getting rough,
The nunchuck and controller were tossed,
If not for the courage of the “Supereme Executive Grand Chancellor Potentate Emeritus”,
The pizza rolls would be lost, the pizza rolls would be lost.

The family sat down on the edge of their seats to prepare for LOST,
With the “Lord of All Things Automotive” (Gilligan),
The “Duke of Theater and Cinema” (Skipper) too,
The “High Commander of the Foreign Armed Forces” (millionaire) and the “Royal Lady of Performance and Stage” (his wife – just kidding!),
The “Lady of the House and Hall of Music” (movie star),
The “Honorable Governess of the Spanish” (professor) and all the rest
Here on “The Supereme Executive Grand Chancellor Potentate Emeritus’s” Isle.
So this is the tale of the family,
They’ll be there for each other for a long, long time,
They’ll make the best of everything,
It’s an uphill climb.

The “Supereme Executive Grand Chancellor Potentate Emeritus”and the “First Lady of the Great Family” too,
Will do their very best,
To make the others comfortable (even though they do it pretty well on their own),
In the Society Court nest.

No Wii?, no LOST?,
Not a single pizza roll?,
Like Jack and Kate,
As primative as can be.

So join us here each Thursday my friends,
You’re sure to get a smile,
From ten great family members,
Here on “The Supereme Executive Grand Chancellor Potentate Emeritus’s Isle.”

🙂

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5 thoughts on “Ode to Thursdays

  1. Michael Sanchez says:

    That great! I love it, using one stranded on an island tv show’s theme song to commemorate another.

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