Don’t Stop Believing

September 6, 2007

Because some things just can’t be replicated, and this song is something I really love, need to hear and remember today. Cheers, folks! May everything you need be granted to you in abundance.



  1. Journey!!!! My first real relationship is full of Journey songs. Always a positive memory.

  2. Dude, look at how high his pants are, and tight, whoa, you can see quite a bit there. oops.

  3. Journey is a guilty pleasure of mine. I think I’m going to avoid watching their videos after Pool’s comment though. Yikes.

  4. Dang. Look at those pants. Ouch. Tight pants are apparently making a comeback but I will firmly remain out of the loop on that. No way, Jose.

    And dang. I went from watching Luciano Pavarotti to Journey in the span of about 5 minutes. I think my head is going to blow.

  5. Hi Pool! There’s nothing like Journey with Steve Perry. And isn’t the outfit a scream? Too perfect.

    Diesel ~ I love Journey so much I can’t even begin to describe it. Just watch where your eyes are, buddy. Or talk to Dan about it. Sometimes you can’t help but notice. It’s all good. 😉

    Hi DD ~ So funny! You, my friend, are a funny, funny person. If your head does actually blow, would you video tape it for your blog. Not that I would wish that on anyone, but if it’s going to happen, I’d like to see it. Cheers!

  6. OH, there are some things from the 80s that need to stay in the 80s, and those pants and that hair are two of them!

    Journey is also a guilty pleasure. I went to a post-Steve Perry Journey concert two summers ago…not quite the same. Not the same at all.

  7. Hi Jenn! Aren’t those a scream? I wonder if Steve Perry ever looks at this and thinks, “What was I *thinking*?!” Doubtful.

    I heard the new Steve, too, eight or nine years ago. Nice voice. But not Steve Perry. 😦 Yet another example of too much ego, I guess. A shame, that.

  8. I actually like this song, but the shirts made me giggle. WHat were guys thinking then?

  9. C ~ The outfits were a scream and made me almost as happy as the song itself did. I keep wondering what we’re going to laugh about 20 years from now. Surely we don’t look that silly now, do we?

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