You could probably feed a family of four on the royalties to some of those songs.
..You could house a family of four in the bags under his eyes.
Wow, they do look like old lesbians....
what? the bags under his eyes look like old lesbians?
Cute, but inaccurate. "Cats" was based (lyrically, anyway, half the music was stolen from somewhere else) on T.S. Elliott's "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" and was, in fact, about cats. Jellical Cats. Macavity the Cat. (Macavity, macavity, there's never been a cat of such deceitfulness and depravity) and their ilk. Illustrated in the late 70s by Edward Gorey.
Another inaccuracy. He did not write the Jefferson's theme. (Although it would be pretty hilarious if he had.) It was written by Jeff Barry & Ja'net DuBois. DuBois was also the female performer on the track.
Anonymous-above-me, perhaps you should grow a sense of humor? It's extremely obvious that Andrew Lloyd Weber didn't write the theme to the Jeffersons. It is what we with a sense of humor call: A JOKE. Look into it.
Anonymous above me: I love being below you.
How do you get the bags under your eyes to do that? I would like to avoid that look.
Hey, ALW...ever heard of this thing called Botox? lol
oh my! what an eye-bag!
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