Knox & Justice

Walkaway Joe by Trisha Yearwood is the song that started the Dunham adventure, when The Puppet Mistress wondered how much a mother would be willing to sacrifice to atone for her daughter. Then again, did she sacrifice anything at all?
 
 


JUNE 9, 1994: The night Knox murdered his soul
 
 


JANUARY 1, 2009: Dude, I’m going surfing.
 
 


Walkaway Joe (Trisha Yearwood)
Hey Nineteen (Steely Dan)
Deacon Blues (Steely Dan)
Subdivisions (Rush)
Freewill (Rush)
New World Man (Rush)
Closer To The Heart (Rush)
Limelight (Rush)
Fly By Night (Rush)
Tom Sawyer (Rush)
The Long Goodbye (Brooks & Dunn)
Am I Ever Gonna Change (Extreme)
Legend of a Cowgirl (Imani Coppola)
What A Girl Wants (Christina Aguilera)
All I Want Is You (Carly Simon)
The Rose (Bette Midler)
Ecce Gratum (Carl Orff)
If I Die Young (The Band Perry)
Where Have All the Cowboys Gone? (Paula Cole)


JUNE 9, 1994

Who’s Behind The Door (Zebra)
Still Of The Night (Whitesnake)
18 And Life (Skid Row)
Youth Gone Wild (Skid Row)
Humans Being (Van Halen)
Stone Cold (Rainbow)
And The Cradle Will Rock … (Van Halen)

JANUARY 1, 2009

Pipeline (The Chantays)
California Girls (The Beach Boys)
Walk Don’t Run (The Ventures)
Wipe Out (Surfaris)
Good Vibrations (The Beach Boys)
Misrlou (Dick Dale)
Tequila (The Champs)
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