cowbell


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cowbell

a metal percussion instrument usually mounted on the bass drum or hand-held and struck with a drumstick
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The actor Will Ferrell furiously pounds away on a cowbell but it is never enough for Walken, who ultimately shouts, ''I got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell
Did I become a success because of frizzy Afros, Roman candles, cowbells and deadheading?
As care providers, it is our responsibility to be sufficiently aware of them so that our own cowbells do not drown out our clients.
Tom's Aunt Joyce made the excellent suggestion that we put a cowbell in the chicken house to ring in case of lock-ups.
Custom-engrave a shiny copper cowbell with the word "RING.
There are many yodeling contests in which the winning yodelers take home a gorgeous cowbell as a prize, to be proudly displayed at the clubs Stammbeiz or restaurant where they always meet.
Almost: different brands, curly tail end, one white hoof, black ear, missing spot, cowbell, hay in mouth.
When he demonstrated the cowbell his mother used to summon him when she was acting as realtor for one of his first residential developments, the crowd - the majority of whom knew Spiegel as a tough but fair businessman - hooted with laughter.
The facilitator clanged an old cowbell and called for order.
Over 1,600 people gather in downtown Burlington, VT to join in the record-setting Cowbell Ensemble.
There is a reason folks have a fever for More Cowbell.