And, apparently, this song made an impression, for one night, I had a dream that would become Witham legend.
My brother and I shared a room in the parsonage as our parents had bedroom #1, our sister bedroom #2. We had bunk beds for a time. I can remember going to sleep in the bottom bunk while "Eddie" (that's what we called Uncle Frank then) would begin his 40 winks listening to Washington Senators baseball on a transistor radio.
Well, someone had heard "Brandy" enough times that it entered the ol' subconscious, so much so that, one night, while dreaming, and yes, I was known for talking in my sleep, I changed the chorus from:
"Brandy, you're a fine girl, what a good wife you would be"
"Eddie, you're a fine boy, what a good wife you would be".
Enjoy the Looking Glass' contribution to our Top 500 now while I begin plotting how I can weave the best story in Witham Brothers history into a song on the countdown. Many things were involved, including a bad toilet, and popcorn. :)