Get Me a ticket for an aeroplane
ain't got time for no fast train
lonely days are gone
i'm a goin' home
my baby wrote me the following letters.....refer below.
A Mellifluous M from Mythinformed
A Yorker Y from YorkSteve
A Hirquitcke H from Hendulele
An Occam's Razor O-riginal from JT Steam
No whalebone is safe when the Scrimshawers of the Ukulele start a carvin'!
A Thunderhead T from TCK
A GriGri G from Gugu & Gorilla
An Ignis Fatuus of I's from Ila
A Bremsstrahlung B from BEVOMU
A Widdershins W from Wee Ginga Yin
An Unassailable U from Ukefoote
A Juvenescent J from Justaguest.
And so the Lettermen and Letterwomen apply their craft.
a Flatulent F from Flatbaroque
a Pulchritudinous P from Pabrizzer
a Welkin W from Wee Ginga Yin
an Upstanding U from Ukecan1
a Lodestone L from LimousinLil
a Xenoglossian X from Xommen
An "F" song. Tenor uke tuned down 3 steps. I went to find chords and thought " ???"..realised I'd found wrong "Fox on the Run". Sweet's song not Manfred Mann. Both good songs but completely different. Is it Thanksgiving? Enjoy if so.
Posting early cause I have a busy morning.
What’s in a name?
This week your forum name will dictate what songs you can do.
There will be a few options.
The first letter of your forum name must be the first letter of the title of any song you choose to do.
My forum name is...
Here's a Robert Frost poem about the Dog Star set to music with a video of a star dog - Ruby the Greyhound. She's having a brief respite from eating my shoes and remote controls to take some exercise with her good friend Curious George the Monkey,
Cheers Joo. You mentioned a couple of my favourites. Raymond Carver and Wallace Stevens. I set the first 4 stanzas of Steven's " The Man with the Blue Guitar" to music. It's an epic with 33 stanzas..but the even the first 4 work as a song. On my Kala tenor 8 string capoed on fret 3 for a...