Practically All Is Nearly Forgiven

I’m embarrassed to say where I heard this song… Dumb and Dumber To (sic).  The movie was horrible but at the same time awesome.  The nostalgia of the first one was able to sustain it.  Anyway, they must have played this song at least 3 times during the movie.  The only other thing that happened as many times in that movie was James Bond references, which were great.  I found a live rendition on YouTube, and before playing the song, Franz (aka Alex) says that the inspiration for the opening line was that he was at a flee market and there was a collection of post cards.  They were all blank except for one which said “Come home, practically all is nearly forgiven.”  The feel of the song is meant to embody the emotions of that sentiment.  The song also reminds me of the Elvis song “A Little Less Conversation (A Little More Action),” both in tone and in the lyrics.


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