When I.C.U. in the Hollydale Clinic

Dr. Shoal and his nurses are breakdancing “When I.C.U.” in the Hollydale Clinic…

Background

“When I.C.U.” was written by Ollie Brown and Jerry Knight, a dance music duo, for the 1985 movie, “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo,” which was the sequel to the 1984 breakdancing film “Breakin’.”
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The breakdancing moves and music inspired me to write last week’s poem for my GramMapa

God Bless my Geritol GramMapa

Who fights his old age plight,
By drinking every Geritol Martini in sight,
And by dressing to excite,
Keeping us awake all night,
suffering from his Geritol fright…
GoGranny

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Contrarian Comedienne who creates Photoshop Political Satire and comedy.

Posted on May 17, 2009, in Humor, Music Monday and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Bam wham whamma jamma ICU baby ICU … gunna get me some IV n ICU uh haa!!!

    Frekin hot and so intense – ohh dear … we lost him h h h him I C U IseeeeeeeeeeYOU hehehe he he hehehehe

    FREAK !!!!!!!!!!

  2. the God Bless my Geritol GramMapa poem and photo just about made me pee my pants! AHAHHAHAHHAHHAHHA

    • Miss Moneypenny

      Hi Meleah,

      Hopefully, my Geritol GramMapa doesn’t think Geritol Martinis will help her Cougar dating? 😉

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