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    Default End of the Line - Traveling Wilburys cover

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    Where’s my “like” button?

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    Shirley, thanks for liking!
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    I like the original song, and I like this...a lot!
    Well done John. x
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    Great cover! This is one of my favorite Wilbury's tune. Its crying for a group cover w/many voices echoing "end of the line".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gmoney View Post
    Its crying for a group cover w/many voices echoing "end of the line".
    Indeed! Just how DO those multi-part videos get produced where people from many different areas of the world collaborate to sing and play together in one video? (If...er...my explanation of that makes sense?? lol)
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    Thanks Dave and Gmoney. We did this song in our cover band for many years, with me only singing harmony, so it was fun to try the whole thing myself!
    John

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    Very nice energetic rendition!

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    Thanks John!
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    Great, John. I could hear you sing all day long.
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