Jesse’s Girl

Rick Springfield

I love driving in stop-and-go traffic, and watching people in their cars. It’s a little slice of life when people think they are in a very private place. But they often forget there are windows. All around them.

Today, I had one of those moments, watching a distinguished young man rocking out in his car, and realizing that he HAD to be singing along with “Jesse’s Girl.” There was just no other song it could have been.

Just to make sure, I dialed it up on my iPod in the car, and joined him in a “Jesse’s Girl” karaoke duet. It was the kind of imaginary connection that brings the world closer together. If everyone would just drop what they are doing, and simply rock out for 3 and a half minutes, the world would be a much better place.

Bonus video of Rick Springfield singing and busting guitars after the jump….

Rick Springfield

I love driving in stop-and-go traffic, and watching people in their cars. It’s a little slice of life when people think they are in a very private place. But they often forget there are windows. All around them.

Today, I had one of those moments, watching a distinguished young man rocking out in his car, and realizing that he HAD to be singing along with “Jesse’s Girl.” There was just no other song it could have been.

Just to make sure, I dialed it up on my iPod in the car, and joined him in a “Jesse’s Girl” karaoke duet. It was the kind of imaginary connection that brings the world closer together. If everyone would just drop what they are doing, and simply rock out for 3 and a half minutes, the world would be a much better place.

Bonus video of Rick Springfield singing and busting guitars after the jump….

Rick Springfield

I love driving in stop-and-go traffic, and watching people in their cars. It’s a little slice of life when people think they are in a very private place. But they often forget there are windows. All around them.

Today, I had one of those moments, watching a distinguished young man rocking out in his car, and realizing that he HAD to be singing along with “Jesse’s Girl.” There was just no other song it could have been.

Just to make sure, I dialed it up on my iPod in the car, and joined him in a “Jesse’s Girl” karaoke duet. It was the kind of imaginary connection that brings the world closer together. If everyone would just drop what they are doing, and simply rock out for 3 and a half minutes, the world would be a much better place.

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