"WHEN I'M 94" is "Loose Bruce" Kerr's new parody. The Beatles' "When I'm 64" is... more »
"WHEN I'M 94" is "Loose Bruce" Kerr's new parody. The Beatles' "When I'm 64" is updated to be the concern of Baby Boomers...who will take care of us after we are no longer able to care for ourselves? Can we expect that our kids will take care of us? Should we? Did our parents have to impose on us?
The generation that worshiped youth, that worried that biological clocks might run out before starting a family, now has to face he possibility of that biological clock slowly running down with our not having saved enough from a liftetime of work to be able to support the autumn of our years. College funds for our children were the challenge, forget about putting that into the retirement fund. Does that mean we get to rely on our kids if we get stuck in our final years? What're the rules? Hasn't this always been the unwritten burden of the children of the aged? But living to 94 or a hundred is quite different than living to 55 or 60, as in the old days...hence, "When I'm 94." Enjoy!
Loose Bruce Kerr is an irregular feature of the Dr. Demento Show and the Jim Bohannon Show on nationally syndicated radio. Bruce opened for Weird Al Yankovic. Bruce records his audio tracks and videos in his garage in Mountain View, California, recording each instrument and vocal one at a time.
Bruce resumed his legal career after 20 years off to pursue music. He is now Assistant General Counsel for Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley.
email Bruce at: BKerrLaw@aol.com
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