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    Season 351. Submission 1. "Make You Feel My Love" (Written by Bob Dylan, 1997)


    Keith, because it's already Wednesday across the pond, I'm bringing a song for your Courtship Wednesday.


    Thank you very much for hosting and your fab theme. And I hope you won't be far from the Seasons in days to come.



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    Another Teenager In Love, as doo-woppy as I could get it.

    Never mind the words, just hum along and keep on going...

    YouTube UkeintheHeartofTexas

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    Hopefully I can manage something this week. In Barcelona these days and did something very scary tonight. Took my little electric ukulele to a full blown blues jam. A lot of top players there; guitarists, piano players etc. And then me with the ukulele. Playing electric blues. First time I played the uke in public. Was quite nervous but it was fun. The singing went down well and the uke playing was... ok. Well it was a first. Second time will be better and third time better again. Would never have done it without playing here first over the last few months. Cheers.

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    an original song for the season.
    on the theme of adolescence.



    ALONE

    There's a chink in the armour
    There's a tear in the sail
    Which one of these will let us down first
    The hammer or the nail?

    There's a crack in the mirror
    Too many hair's out of place
    It won't tell us the story
    Any of us really want to face

    If we live through these long years
    Of glossy lipstick and chrome
    And if I pass you on the highway
    You know we're better off alone

    Fumbling hands and fingers
    There's a party on somewhere
    Try hard to look your best
    All your friends are gonna be there

    Somehow make it to morning
    Squint out at the light
    Don't regret what you said or what you did
    You might have a lifetime to get it right

    And if we live through these long years
    Of glossy lipstick and chrome
    And if I pass you on the highway
    You know we're better off alone

    All these eyes that feed us
    Scraps our friends gave way
    You can forget what your mother said really
    She's probably still gonna love you anyway

    Stick the key in the ignition
    Lead foot to the floor
    They say it's good to be young
    But none of us really know what for

    And I will ride through these long years
    Of glossy lipstick and chrome
    And I will pass you on the highway
    Cause you know we're all better off alone

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    A 1960 rockabilly hit for Johnny Burnette. Ringo Starr covered it in 1973.

    Randy - Harry122

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    We had to endure Allhaville...you have to endure Alphaville.
    Melissa has some really deep emotional scarring because of this song, which was played at EVERY school dance

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    Leading a selective life here, owing to time restrictions, so I've by-passed adolescence and gone straight on to courtship. Apologies for the picture quality here (low light levels as it was raining), but had to get this done yesterday as I'm going to the Garage today to get the snow tyres put on the car and visits to the Garage can be rather lengthy!

    Walnut Flea Soprano, Eleuke Peanut, Rob Collins Soprano, Motu, Ukubidon, Gretsch Camp Ukulele, Tenor "Style Manouche", Hora mahogany Baritone, Roger Terry baritone, Sylvain Enjoubaut concert, Outdoor Ukulele (tenor), Ohana Vita, Ohana KA-6 (6-string tenor), DoudsandJo electro-acoustic tenor.

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    courtship wednesday

    who could possibly resist the power of a marc bolan lurve song? not me!

    lynda

    get it on, bang a gong, get it on

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    courtship?

    paoriginal

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    This song is a bit of a hold over from last week, it's a rare original of mine that I wrote during Randy's "Oscars" Season. I was going to play this mostly on mandolin, as I wanted to practice playing mandolin in the key of B, but couldn't get it quite how I wanted it in the limited time I had. Then I remembered Keith's love of banjo uke, and did it one take on my Firefly....lol


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