Music Break When I’m 64

when I’m 64 (when I’m 64″>link)

There are 2 types of people – those who are “getting older” and those who are not “getting older”. Those who are not getting older are dead. I’m proud to be “getting older”.

Here’s a nice music break from some young gals (MonalisaTwins) singing a great Beatles song (who were they?) “When I’m 64”

“When I get older, losing my hair, many years from now
Will you still be sending me a Valentine, birthday greetings, bottle of wine?
If I’d been out ’till quarter to three, would you lock the door?
Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I’m sixty-four?
You’ll be older, too
Aaah, and if you say the word, I could stay with you
I could be handy, mending a fuse, when your lights have gone
You can knit a sweater by the fireside, Sunday mornings, go for a ride
Doing the garden, digging the weeds, who could ask for more?
Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I’m sixty four?
Every summer we can rent a cottage in the Isle of Wight if it’s not to dear
We shall scrimp and save
Ah, grandchildren on your knee, Vera, Chuck, and Dave
Send me a postcard, drop me a line stating point of view
Indicate precisely what you mean to say, yours sincerely wasting away
Give me your answer, fill in a form, mine forever more
Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I’m sixty four?”


  1. Please click on the link. This music video isn’t of the original British band the Beatles – it’s a recent cover version by some very talented, very attractive White American gals – the MonalisaTwins

    Stop being so negative – gloom and doom. Instead check out and promote talented, fun musicians of our own kith and kin like the MonalisaTwins

  2. @Jack,
    We need good musicians, record producers and promoters from the Alt-Right. This, like comedy, would be valuable in getting our message across to the young and impressionable.
    At present, the Jew Left have a monopoly on these mediums and we just can’t compete with them.
    There needs to be fun ways to get ourselves heard and into the minds of the next generation. Some don’t relate to demonstrations and facts and figures- but may relate to humor and a listenable song.
    At present, we’re seen as stuffy and out of date.

  3. Very much agree John. That’s what I’m trying to do in simple ways – promoting Farstar and my comic art. Promoting this talented band MonaLisa Twins – check out some of their other songs on you tube and then buy some of their mp3s.

    I am working with Farstar to do a major publishing project and it’s for profit.

    One simple thing all of us can do is to form movie clubs with a common Netflix account (or individual) get the DVD rentals not the live stream, then you are pretty much forced to consume new Hollywood films and TV which will be 90% plus crap, anti White. But with 70 years of movies and TV, there are always something good – plus it gets us out being social instead of being alone.

  4. Thanks Spahn – I did appreciate “Coontown” – but this type of music is always appropriate for all audience or all social situations.

    I think this band I’m featuring here MonaLisaTwins is really good, fun a bit sexy but not slaughter or even more risqué than early Beatles or the Beach boys.

    I know I’m repeating myself a lot here, but I’ll say it again.

    We have to get White men and women, boys and girls to do partner dancing. It’s one of only a tiny few things men and women, (some) boys and most girls like to do together.

    Here’s another MonaLisatwins music video a cover version of a classic Beach boys tune. I like their version as much as the original.

    Hey young lads – get a GF and slow dance to this.


    Hey, Jack – good post, as this turns a whimsical and sarcastic piece by anti-White shills into something no Southern Nationalist should be ashamed to enjoy.

    Not far off from The Carter Family, and what they were doing in the 1930s…

  6. You wanna see something really impressive see what two young white girls do in their version of Sounds of Silence. Go to you tube and search sounds of silence by Jaydn Rylee

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