Warm Southern Breeze

"… there is no such thing as nothing."

They call me the breeze, ’cause…

“Call me the breeze,
“I keep blowin’ down the road,
“Well now they call me the breeze,
“I keep blowin’ down the road,
“I ain’t got me nobody,
“I don’t carry me no load.

Most folks may know the version of this song as performed by the quintessential Southern Rock group “Lynyrd Skynyrd.”  However, it was written by J.J. Cale.

The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you don’t know where the wind comes from or where it’s going. That’s the way it is with everyone born of the Spirit.” – Jesus Christ, John 3:8

There’s nothing finer than… well, perhaps there may be – a Warm Southern Breeze on a beautiful, sunny day. Whether in spring, summer, autumn or winter, the Southern United States has most arable and comfortable climes.

Of course, there’s humidity to reckon with on occasions, but it simply wouldn’t be the Southern experience without it!

As for me, who I am and all that gobbledygook… well, I’m a man whom God has blessed, and I desire to be a blessing to others. And besides, the moniker “Southern Breeze” was already taken… and the owner has done nothing with it for quite some time. What’s the point!?!

Lyric excerpt from:
“Call Me The Breeze”
(Legal Title)
BMI Work#: 170728
John W. Cale: Songwriter/Composer
CAE/IPI#: 4849977
Publishers: Johnny Bienstock Music
BMI: 40356510

3 Responses to “They call me the breeze, ’cause…”

  1. The Man said

    They call me the breeze, ’cause…

    you be blowin’ hot air.

    Stop linking Catholic sites. Catholics are not supposed to lie, nor be associated with those who do. Your tripe on the Georgia game is pure fabrication.


    • Warm Southern Breeze said

      Thanks for reading, and for your reply! Pray for me. Seriously… please pray for me! (My request for prayer should not be construed to be an agreement with your assessment, though I make great effort to be aware of my own prejudices. I am aware of a few {very few} phrases that are indeed “colorful” opinions, but have, for the greatest part, made effort to be an astute and impartial observer.) I do appreciate your thoughts! Again, please pray for me!


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