New Song for Bikers
Biker Arrives in Heaven with an Angel on the Back
Of His Harley Davidson New Song for Bikers:
Long Beach, CA—Cyril May’s song “Phil” is a story about a biker’s hero, and whatever your mode of transportation, you’ll love this irreverent tune about Biker Phil and his Harley.
“Four bros on their Harleys riding fast for the fun,
Whenever we raced, Phil always won.”
One day, as the group was racing along the endless stretches of straight California highway, Phil as
usual was ahead of the crowd. Unbeknown to Phil, he was about to encounter a spectacular road hazard.
“At 130 he crested the hill,
Where 200 sheep met the Harley and Phil.”
The song goes on to describe the resulting carnage, but Phil and his bike were never found. Later,
Phil arrives at the Pearly Gates on his Harley requesting admittance. St. Peter was a little put out
because the bike was leaking oil on his pearly floor, but said,
“You’ve got a hog, boy, so ride right in.”
Now Phil is racing around heaven and keeping things hopping. His old biker chum has this to say,
“I still miss Phil but I bet he don’t miss me,
Not with an Angel on the back of his hallowed HD.”
“Phil” is just one of the many entertaining tracks on Cyril May and Jack McDonald’s CD “Off The Beaten Track”. Visit the website at www.cyrilmay.com, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org , or 266 Orizaba, Long Beach, CA 90803.
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