After nine days of vacation, I have to go back to work on Monday.
I’m thinking about calling in well and staying out on the patio.
Today’s selection by Sleepy LaBeef, national treasure, pretty much sums up what I’m feeling about work.
“Sick and Tired” was done first by Chris Kenner in 1957, a New Orleans classic written by Kenner and Dave Bartholomew. It’s also been covered by Fats Domino, Waylon Jennings and Alex Chilton. Sleepy revs it up a bit.
“Sick and Tired,” Sleepy LaBeef, from “I’ll Never Lay My Guitar Down,” 1996.