Dear Sun Spots: When I was a child many years ago, you could buy Websters tomato juice and Red Mill peanut butter. Do either of these still exist?

Also, until the past five to 10 years one could buy old fashioned loaf, a sliced meat similar to bologna. I have not been able to locate any. Does any company still make it? – T. MacD., Eustis.

Answer:
In addition to responses from readers, try contacting Alexander & Hornung, via their Web site at www.alexander-hornung.com, 10023 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, MI 48213, (313) 921-8036 or toll-free at (800) 499-HAMS. Their Web site indicated they carried a deli old fashioned loaf and perhaps it is the one you are referring to. Also, regarding Red Mill peanut butter, Sun Spots believes you may be referring to Bob’s Red Mill products. You can reach them at Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods, 5209 SE International Way, Milwaukee, OR 97222, business hours 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, (800) 349-2173.

Dear Sun Spots: I was wondering if you would know the words to “I Wanna Do It All,” sung by Terri Clark, and Jeannie Seely’s “I Think I’ll Go Somewhere and Cry Myself to Sleep”? Thanks a lot. – A Sun Spots regular steady fan.

Answer:
The following are the words to Clark’s song:



I’m sitting in traffic

For the 5th year in a row

Wasting my time

Just to get

Where I do even wanna go

I started jotting things down

On a Krispy Kreme sack

Everything I’d do

If I could leave this place

And never look back



I wanna do it all

Visit Paris in the fall

Watch the Yankees play ball

I wanna take it all in

Catch a few beads

Down at Mardi Gras

Start a tradition

Lay down the law

I wanna do it all



I want to drink tequila

Down in Tijuana

Say why not

When somebody says

Hey do you wanna

I wanna get my heart broke

Once or twice

Settle down with the love of my life

Rock little babies to sleep at night



I wanna do it all

Visit Paris in the fall

Watch the Yankees play ball

I wanna take it all in

Catch a few beads

Down at Mardi Gras

Start a tradition

Lay down the law

I wanna do it all



I wanna stand today

Every now and then

Just doin’ what I want to do

When I wanna do it

Anytime I wanna do it



I wanna do it all

Visit Paris in the fall

Watch the Yankees play ball

I wanna take it all in

Catch a few beads

Down at Mardi Gras

Start a tradition

Lay down the law



I wanna do it all

See Niagara Falls

Fight city hall

Feel good in my skin

Beating the odds

With my back to the wall

Trying to rob Peter

Without paying Paul

I wanna do it all

I wanna do it all

I wanna do it all

“Think I’ll Go Somewhere and Cry Myself to Sleep,” Al Martino, written by country and western artist Bill Anderson. This song peaked at number 30 in 1966:

Think I’ll Go Somewhere and Cry Myself to Sleep

I just kissed the one I love for the last time

And never have her soft lips been so sweet

She’s gone away and won’t be back forever

Think I’ll go somewhere and cry myself to sleep



I’ll go somewhere and cry myself to sleep

Not because I’m sad – because I’m weak

I can’t stand the thought of life alone without her

Think I’ll go somewhere and cry myself to sleep

Just before she said “goodbye” she called me “darling”

And slowly ran her fingers down my cheek

I thought I’d die when she said she still loved me

Think I’ll go somewhere and cry myself to sleep

I’ll go somewhere and cry myself to sleep

Not because I’m sad – because I’m weak

I can’t stand the thought of life alone without her

Think I’ll go somewhere and cry myself to sleep

You might be interested in contacting Jeannie Seely, c/o The Grand Ole Opry, 2804 Opryland Drive, Nashville, TN 37214; online at www.JeannieSeely.com or by mail c/o Ron Harman, 1005 Hickory Hill Lane, #D109, Hermitage, TN 37076.

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