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October 14th, 2008

Nobody Knows It But Me

So, here's a funny thing.  The Tahoe commercial that Chevy did in 2002, with the great poem:



There's a place that I travel
When I want to roam
And nobody knows it but me.

The roads don't go there
And the signs stay home
And nobody knows it but me.

It's far far away
And way way afar
It's over the moon and the sea

And wherever you're going
that's wherever you are
And nobody knows it but me.

The author (who wrote it for the commercial) has updated his site, and mentions a few neat things about the cultural phenom it's become. 

Who says poetry isn't relevant anymore? 

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Yep, looks like another post from the Big, Ugly Man Doll!

Nobody Knows It But Me

Originally published at Big Ugly Man Doll. Please leave any comments there.

So, here’s a funny thing.  The Tahoe commercial that Chevy did in 2002, with the great poem:

There’s a place that I travel
When I want to roam
And nobody knows it but me.

The roads don’t go there
And the signs stay home
And nobody knows it but me.

It’s far far away
And way way afar
It’s over the moon and the sea

And wherever you’re going
that’s wherever you are
And nobody knows it but me.

The author (who wrote it for the commercial) has updated his site, and mentions a few neat things about the cultural phenom it’s become. 

Who says poetry isn’t relevant anymore? 



Yep, looks like another post from the Big, Ugly Man Doll!