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19 hours ago, Audiophile Neuroscience said:

 

What say you?

 

You still envy my avatar, huh?  So before I die, I will let you have my avatar.  Anyway what happens to your previous avatar which has a lot of brain?🤣


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12 hours ago, AudioDoctor said:

How about no dying...

 

okay?

 

Apologies if the subject matter is a little insensitive given the current world circumstances. However, The title "Before I die" hopefully suggests both reflection, celebration, or regrets of what has been, appreciation for what is still good now, as well as shaping and improving on what will be. Musically speaking,I find the Blues genre has always been uplifting despite the often somber themes.

 

9 hours ago, AudioDoctor said:

I in fact DO have perfect teeth. I have never once had a cavity or any other dental problem of any sort.

 

😉

Yes me too!

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I love the pounding of hooves

I love engines that roar

I love the wild music of waves on the shore

And the spiral perfection of a hawk when it soars

I Love my sweet woman down to the core

 

There's roads and there's roads

And they call, can't you hear it?

Roads of the earth And roads of the spirit

The best roads of all

Are the ones that aren't certain

One of those is where you'll find me

Till they drop the big curtain

 

Hear the wind moan

In the bright diamond sky

These mountains are waiting

Brown-green and dry

I'm too old for the term

But I'll use it anyway

I'll be a child of the wind

Till the end of my days

 

Little round planet

In a big universe

Sometimes it looks blessed

Sometimes it looks cursed

Depends on what you look at obviously

But even more it depends on the way that you see

 

Hear the wind moan

In the bright diamond sky

These mountains are waiting Brown-green and dry

I'm too old for the term

But I'll use it anyway

I'll be a child of the wind

Till the end of my days

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6 hours ago, Audiophile Neuroscience said:

Apologies if the subject matter is a little insensitive given the current world circumstances. However, The title "Before I die" hopefully suggests both reflection, celebration, or regrets of what has been, appreciation for what is still good now, as well as shaping and improving on what will be. Musically speaking,I find the Blues genre has always been uplifting despite the often somber themes.

 

 

No apologies necessary, I understood your intent, I wasn't clear with my reply is all.


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