The Board of the Metro-Detroit Book and Author Society would like to thank all those who attended our 94th luncheon event on May 20th for your continued support of our organization. Your attendance and book purchases allow us to continue to connect you with authors and award grants to support the love of books and reading.
For those of you who did not receive a copy of the Faygo Song Lyrics, they’re reproduced for you below courtesy of our visiting author, Joe Grimm.
Faygo Song Lyrics
“Remember When You Were a Kid”
Written by Ed Labunski
Originally sung for Faygo by Kenny Karen
Comic books and rubber bands,
Climb into the tree top.
Falling down and holding hands,
Tricycles and Redpop.
Pony rides and Sunday nights,
Roller skates and Yo-Yos.
Fairy tales and snowball fights,
Climbin’ through the window.
Remember when you were a kid?
Well, part of you still is.
And that’s why we make Faygo.
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