Beside Myself was Ray Stevens' twenty-sixth studio album and his sixth for MCA Records, released in 1989. It includes the singles "I Saw Elvis in a UFO" and "There's a Star Spangled Banner." The album was also his last for MCA Records before he moved to Curb Records for his next studio album, 1990's Lend Me Your Ears. A repackaged version of this album, Ray Stevens — At His Best, was released on December 18, 1992 with most of the same tracks in a different order, eliminating the tracks "Bad Dancin'" and "I Used to Be Crazy." A different version of At His Best, with all ten tracks from Beside Myself in the original order, is available on iTunes.
The numerical value of beside myself in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of beside myself in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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If I were a parent up there, I would be beside myself that my kid's health could be at risk.
I know that if I was a parent up there, I would be beside myself that my kids' health could be at risk, it is a reminder of why you can't shortchange basic services that we provide to our people.
I am beside myself with frustration that our tax dollars go to promote a drag queen show and safe sex events with carnival games that are obscene and graphic, yet when it comes to something like debating Darwinian evolution or talking about the literal Creation account of Genesis – well that kind of speech must be censored.
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