I first visited Cape May, situated at the southern most part of New Jersey, in late August 1980. I have been there many, many times since. It has that affect on you. On the first evening of that first visit, 26th August, I met a young man called Danny Cohen outside a popular drinking hole known as The Ugly Mug. Danny, who had at that time just inherited his fathers fishing fleet, became a close friend. This song was written two days after our initial meeting whilst sitting on the beach. I borrowed the pencil from the deckchair assistant. It is Danny who has introduced myself and many others to the pleasures of Upside Down Margaritas. I urge you to try them. To drink one you sit on a bar stool with your back to the bar, lie backwards and, with a pillow beneath your head, open your mouth and close your throat. Friends then poor triple sec, lime and tequila into the open mouth. You then sit up, swill the contents around your mouth and swallow. There is one problem of course! You will become addicted and will eventually need help, counselling even, to drop the habit.