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BITS AND PIECES - DOING THE PARKINSON'S SHUFFLE

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BITS AND PIECES

“DOING THE PARKINSON’S SHUFFLE!”

Imagine hearing this to music, because that’s what it is, a song, written and played by our Frank Rumoro. You can go to YouTube and listen to it as well by going to

Youtu.Be/4vqAuvICCq4

 

PD BLUES

When you wake up in the morning

Put your feet on the floor

Start jumping out the bedroom door

Look down the hall

And what do ya see

It doesn’t matter

Because now I gotta pee

Such a little thing

Seems like such a big chore

Nothing is easy... not anymore

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

Now everyone’s off to work

Trying to think of something to do

Start getting ready

Though you haven’t got a clue

Shower and shave

Now I’m trying to get dressed

Time for my meds

So I look my best

I don’t believe it

I did it again

Back to the kitchen

Where I left my medicine

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

Now it’s time for bed

At the end of the day

Time to relax

But in my mind the day replays

Every detail I could see

I lay in bed so comfy

Oh not again... I can’t believe

Yep, you guessed it

I gotta pee.

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

Doing the Parkinson’s shuffle

For more information about Frank and resources available through PRO, call 877-775-4111, go to the website at ParkinsonsResource.org/ or email us at info@parkinsonsresource.org. PRO is inspired to have Frank working in our office.

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Updated: August 16, 2017