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    So, I played a song that fits my feelings this valentines day thats coming up.

    Valentines day has always been rough for me because I dont have many friends my age to give valentines to.

    I hope everyone else has a happy valentines day on friday.

    Jared

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    Jared,

    Thank you for your song. It’s a lovely early Valentine’s gift to all of us here on the Forum. We may not all be the same age, but you can rest assured that we are your friends and you are not alone. Happy Valentine’s Day to you on Friday!

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    Hey Jared,

    Enjoyed the song.

    I'm afraid I'm substantially older than you, but, Happy Valentine's Day!

    I hope it's a good one with your friend.
    There is a subtle yet profound difference between the learning of something and the knowing of that thing.
    You can learn by reading, but you don’t begin to know until you begin to try to do.

    —Lou Churchill, Plane & Pilot Magazine

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    Very pretty tune, Jared! Belated Happy Valentine's Day to you, and to all of our friends on this great Forum!

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    Very pretty! I found that quite restful. You know, somehow that tune reminds me of W.C Fields playing "The Fatal Glass of Beer:" https://youtu.be/ecmickQZfYY . You don't happen to sing too, do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VegasGeorge View Post
    Very pretty! I found that quite restful. You know, somehow that tune reminds me of W.C Fields playing "The Fatal Glass of Beer:" https://youtu.be/ecmickQZfYY . You don't happen to sing too, do you?
    I do sing, but not that well.

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    So, another parallel with good old W.C.!
    "The sole cause of all human misery is the inability of people
    to sit quietly in their rooms." - Blaise Pascal, 1670

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnicholes View Post
    I do sing, but not that well.
    You do quite well. But practice can make your voice stronger and more accurate, just like playing an instrument. Lots of warmups and technique videos on YouTube if you're looking to improve.
    There is a subtle yet profound difference between the learning of something and the knowing of that thing.
    You can learn by reading, but you don’t begin to know until you begin to try to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VegasGeorge View Post
    So, another parallel with good old W.C.!
    Are you referring to wet canvas forums? Because I am a member of that. I do Sumi-e art paintings there.

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    Oh no! Not that. I was referring back to the video link I posted above, where W.C. Fields plays "The Fatal Glass of Beer." The first few bars are quite similar to the melody you played, reminded me of it right away. Just joking about the singing. Of course, Field's singing is terrible. I'm sure yours is much better.
    "The sole cause of all human misery is the inability of people
    to sit quietly in their rooms." - Blaise Pascal, 1670

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