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    Default Portrait of My Love

    Hope you like my rendition of this song and the Renoir slideshow of some of his portraits!


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    Lovely old song not heard much nowadays. Well done John.
    Luv n stuff, Dave

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    Thanks, Dave! I don't understand why there aren't more ukulele renditions of this great song. Anyway, my learning continues as I try to figure out how to do things on Final Cut Pro. For this video, I had to learn how to apply the Ken Burns effect so that I could gradually zoom in on the paintings.

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    I love your rendition of this song. Great video, very nice artworks.
    A day without playing uke is a day not well lived.

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    Joseph

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    Thanks, Joseph! I really appreciate it! Have a great weekend!

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    John,

    I remember The Lettermen singing this song. You've done another great job with your version.

    Bill

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    Thanks, Bill! I really appreciate it! I don't honestly know who did this song first or made it famous. I found Matt Monro's version listed first on YouTube. The Lettermen rendition is great as well!

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