Much progress has been made on my next movie, The Pro Bono Watchman, starring Mike Gassaway. We have cast the very important role of 6 year old Bonnie, and she is going to be played by Kariana Karhu, who is a very up and coming child actress. She has acted in two films, and she even appeared in a Super Bowl commercial.
I mentioned a while back that I needed to write a song for the film. And I mentioned how daunting it is to sit down at the piano with a blank piece of paper and a pencil and try to come up with something.
And that blank piece of paper is about as daunting as looking up at Mt. Everest. And I'll tell you honestly that to me, the most curious and intriguing kind of genius that there is is the genius of musical composition. That's the kind of genius that I wish I had and which fascinates me the most. In other words, Einstein, sure, he was no slacker, but I'm much more interested in knowing what endowed George Gershwin and Irving Berlin with their talents than Albert Einstein.
But, in just that manner, with a blank piece of paper and a pencil, I did come up with a song for The Pro Bono Watchman. And in the movie, 6 year old Bonnie is going to to dance to the song for her father. It's title is: You're Loving Me Lately.
To my longstanding enemies who issue dislikes to everything I do, please restrain yourselves this time because it involves a young girl who is pouring herself into learning an elegant dance for this song. This one time, please, just don't do it. And I thank you.
Here now, after gargantuan effort, is You're Loving Me Lately. The image is that of our wonderful vocalist, Christy Mims.