Monday, 11 April 2016

11 April

NEW DRAW TODAY! £10 TO ONE LUCKY WINNER! IS IT YOU? It was a lucky day in 1727, when the première took place of Johann Sebastian Bach's St Matthew Passion BWV 244b at the St. Thomas Church, Leipzig. In 1972, the first edition of the BBC comedy panel game I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue was broadcast, becoming one of the longest-running British radio shows in history and, in 1976, the Apple I was created.

Famous people born today include Charles Hallé, German-English pianist and conductor, born 1819, Jeremy Clarkson, English journalist and television presenter, born 1960, Cerys Matthews, Welsh singer-songwriter, born 1969 and Whigfield, Danish-Italian singer-songwriter, born 1970.

Now the right thing to do is to dedicate the day to the song that was number 1 on the US Billboard in 1970, which was the amazing Let It Be by The Beatles. I mean, its an iconic song, loved by millions. Surely this deserves a day being dedicating to it! Nah! We’re dedicating the day to Whigfield’s hit ‘Saturday Night’!

Dee, dee, na, na, na
Saturday night, I feel the air
Is getting hot like you baby
I'll make you mine you know
I'll take you to the top, I'll drive you crazy
Saturday night, dance, I like
The way you move, pretty baby
It's party time and not one
Minute we can lose, be my baby

Da, ba, da, dan, dee, dee, dee, da
Nee, na, na, na be my baby
Da, ba, da, dan, dee, dee, dee, da
Nee, na, na, na, pretty baby

Have a lucky day pretty baby! Dee, dee, na, na, na ....!!