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    Arrow Comprehensive Aldrine Guerrero Ukulele Lesson List



    Well, it was getting a bit tedious to dig through pages and pages of the UU homepage to find each lesson, especially for the Uke Minutes which are growing quite large in number, so I made myself a convenient list so that I could find any of them on one page. It was also a bit hard to remember what was in each of the live lessons, so I linked to them here too, in case I ever wanted to go back to them.

    But I figured that I would share this list with you guys too, and maybe you could find it somewhat useful. If someone else has already made such a list, I didn’t know about it…I could have saved myself a bit of time. XD

    And if I forget to update this list, a mod that can edit posts may feel free to edit it for me.

    Now, I've added some picture things to make it look like not as much text. The pictures were taken by SDPNOY on the forums, at the Mo's Island Grinds show during the 2008 UU Cali Tour. You can find all of the pictures on this thread.




    Ukulele Monthly Lessons


    These are extremely high quality lessons released at the beginning of each month by Ukulele Underground.

    Out of my league
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...ve-lesson-wed/
    by Stephen Speaks

    Gives you hell
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...ives-you-hell/
    Another fun song to learn, All American Rejects "Gives you hell"

    1234
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...esson-17-1234/
    Getting all artsy with the grayscale to mimic the Plain White T's music video for the song, Aldrine teaches the teen love ballad with the a slightly advanced chord pattern and strum pattern. He also teaches the intro picking and the solo part.

    Stuck on You
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...-stuck-on-you/
    A local classic by Ekolu (actually Lionel Richie, originally) is taught in this lesson by good old Aldrine Guerrero. The four-chord progression and the famous picking pattern are taught. A nice bonus lesson for all those who didn't realize that it was April first when the "Girl I Wanna Lay You Down" lesson was released.

    Girl I Wanna Lay You Down
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...-lay-you-down/
    The ALO song taught by Ryan Esaki, since our Aldrine Guerrero got a contract with another company and was prohibited from teaching on UU. Ryan did a good job.

    Island in the Sun
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...nd-in-the-sun/
    Weezer's classic with a rather simple picking pattern, and the chords/strumming pattern.

    Ukulele (Gitara)
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...kulele-gitara/
    In one of the most challenging lessons for your right hand to date, Aldrine teaches his translated version of Parokya ni Edgar's song Gitara. Learn the picking, chords, and strumming pattern. A play along is also included for this song.

    If I Ain't Got You
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...-aint-got-you/
    The Alicia Keys song with chords and strum pattern, and even a play along video to help you learn it! Oh yes, and Aldrine even includes the intro picking, and free tickets to his personal "gun show."

    Let it Snow
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...2-let-it-snow/
    The UU crew helps us celebrate Christmas with a classic song of the season. Tons of chords, but a nice simple and memorable picking pattern.

    Drop Baby Drop
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...rop-baby-drop/
    Manao Company classic with chords, strum pattern, and intro picking. Great first song for beginning players.

    Breakdown

    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...-10-breakdown/
    Jack Johnson’s song with chords, strum pattern, and some picking parts.

    Billy Jean
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...9-billie-jean/
    Michael Jackson’s extremely-difficult-to-sing song, with all the chords, strum patterns, and picking you need.

    Red and Silky
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...red-and-silky/
    Aldrine Guerrero’s own song about his curtains. A modern romantic classic, including chords, strum pattern, and the picking for the sensuous intro and solo.

    Bring Me Your Cup
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...g-me-your-cup/
    Made famous in Hawaii by Pure Heart, but also played by UB40, Aldrine walks us through the chords, an awesome strum pattern, and the picking parts.

    Schizophrenic Snowflakes
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...ic-snowflakes/
    Aldrine Guerrero wrote this beautiful and complex song, and was kind enough to show us how to play it in the longest Uke Lesson to date. You may want a delay pedal if you want to play it exactly like the CD recording.

    Wonderful Tonight
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...erful-tonight/
    Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight is a classic, and is also rather easy to play on the uke. Chords, strum pattern, and the intro picking is provided.

    Is There a Place
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...there-a-place/
    Aldrine, enlisting the help of Danyo Cummings, teaches us his awesome picking pattern for the intro of this Gyptian song (made famous by Danyo Cummings in Hawaii,) as well as chords and a strumming pattern.

    Tetris Theme

    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...sson-3-tetris/
    Aldrine shares his arrangement of the Tetris theme song.

    Summer Breeze

    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...summer-breeze/
    Seals & Crofts song, also prominently covered by Jason Mraz is taught in this lesson, with picking, chords, and strum pattern.

    Love Song
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...n-1-love-song/
    The inaugural lesson for Ukulele Underground teaches The Cure’s Love Song including all of its picking parts, and the strumming pattern with chords. It is filmed at a nationally-lauded Hawaiian food restaurant.
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    Default Ukulele Minutes


    Ukulele Minutes

    These are frequent video shorts by Ukulele Underground made to highlight either a technique or some important facet in ukulele playing. I have grouped these loosely by category.

    Hammer On Chords
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...mer-on-chords/
    Aldrine teaches a the hammer-on-chord technique which is very simple, but makes you sound like a pro at the ukulele.

    Left Hand Exercise 1
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...nd-exercise-i/
    Improve your left hand dexterity, especially with your pinky finger.

    Left Hand Exercise 2
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...d-exercise-ii/
    Aldrine teaches another warmup exercise to strengthen your left hand and all of its fingers while familiarizing yourself with the fretboard.

    One Handed Harmonics
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...ded-harmonics/
    One step up on harmonics, Aldrine teaches you how to play harmonics with only one hand as seen in his Valentine video.

    Artificial Harmonics
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...ial-harmonics/
    Aldrine takes harmonics to the next level, applying the concept that the 12th fret is the loudest harmonic, to give you even more options.

    First Beat C String
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...beat-c-string/
    Aldrine teaches a new strumming technique where you replace the first beat with the C string.

    C String Bass Technique
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...ass-technique/
    A simple but effective way to bring out the C string in your picking.

    Buying your first Ukulele
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...ng-an-ukulele/
    Don't know what to look for in your first uke? Aldrine goes to two music stores on Kauai to ask their sage advice.

    How to tune your Ukulele
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...-your-ukulele/
    Aldrine teaches you how to tune your ukulele based on an in tune g string, without the aid of a digital tuner all the way through.

    How to Read Tabs
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...-to-read-tabs/
    If you don't know how to read tabs yet, this is an essential to learning the ukulele (or guitar). It features the one and only Dominator, who has made some of the best uke tabs on the internet.

    How to Read Tabs Continued
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...-tab-notation/
    In this one, Aldrine and Dom go more in depth on how to read tabs, including ASCII tabs and Powertabs. Slides and hammer ons and pull offs are covered.

    Chunking
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...s-23-chunking/
    The one and only legendary chunk is taught in this lesson.

    Three Finger Chunk
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...-finger-chunk/
    This Uke minute is recommended before trying the Ukulele (Gitara) lesson. And teaches a different method to chunk.

    Pinky Mute
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...20-pinky-mute/
    Another Aldrine trademark, the pinky mute is taught in this lesson.

    Hammer Ons
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...10-hammer-ons/
    An Intro to the hammer on.

    Hammer On and Pull Off Combos
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...r-pull-combos/
    A rather simple hammer and pull combo, but a very useful technique to know.

    Two String Pulloffs
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...nger-pulloffs/
    This takes pull offs to the next level, by adding another note to the mix.

    Tapping
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...es-21-tapping/
    Tapping is another advanced technique which uses both your hands and takes hammer ons and pull offs to the extreme. I think I used this technique to play Through the Fire and the Flames on Guitar Hero III.

    Tremelo
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...olo-technique/
    You’re going to want to build up some finger endurance for this one, because you will be moving your fingers really, really fast. Aldrine teaches several ways to tremolo.

    In To Out Picking
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...o-out-picking/
    A very useful beginner technique that can help you add color to a song.

    Free Strokes and Rest Strokes
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...-rest-strokes/
    Learn the free stroke and rest stroke, and boom make a combo!

    Basic Strum
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...2-basic-strum/
    Before you jump into the fancy strumming, learn the basics.

    Muted Octave Strum
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...-octave-strum/
    Aldrine teaches a fancy technique where you play a root note on the C string, and the same note one octave up on the A string, while muting the other strings, then strum away.

    Jake Shimabukuro’s Pluck Strumming
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...e-shimabukuro/
    A very advanced technique, which requires absolute control over your right hand, it is used by Jake Shimabukuro to bring out nuances in his chords.

    Strum Plucking
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...strum-picking/
    This is an interesting advanced technique where you strum to play a single string, while muting the other strings. Not to be confused with Jake’s Pluck Strumming.

    Four Finger Roll
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...oll-technique/
    For when you don’t want to do the five finger roll.

    Five Finger Roll
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...5-finger-roll/
    Rolls don’t get any more crazy than this.

    Movable Chord Shapes: Major and Minors
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...-chord-shapes/
    Aldrine teaches all of the most important movable major and minor chord shapes.

    Seventh Chord Shapes
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...-chord-shapes/
    Aldrine teaches us all of the movable 7th chord shapes.

    Major Seventh Chord Shapes
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...or-7th-shapes/
    Aldrine teaches us all of the movable major 7th chord shapes.

    Chord Families
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...hord-families/
    A very useful lesson for those who may want to write their own songs, you can find out what chords sound good together.

    Suspended Chords
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...pended-chords/
    Aldrine teaches more music theory, this time how Suspended Chords are constructed, both the sus2 and sus4 chords.

    Major Scales
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...-major-scales/
    This is an intro to the construction of major scales.

    Major Chords
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...-major-chords/
    This is an intro to the construction of major chords. You should learn the Major Scales video first before attempting this.

    Minor Scales and Chords
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...scales-chords/
    Some basic info about the construction of a minor scale and a minor chord.

    How to Harmonize
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...-harmony-3rds/
    Aldrine covers how to harmonize and find the third of any note.

    Finger Stretching Warmup
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...hing-warm-ups/
    Aldrine teaches a technique to help you stretch your fingers. Don’t hurt yourself!

    Scale Exercise 1: Major Scale in Thirds
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...le-exercise-i/
    This is a nice warmup technique using a major scale, and teaches you to play it in thirds.

    Scale Exercise 2: Major Scale Plus G
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...e-exercise-ii/
    Another exercise to get your scales under your fingers, throwing in a G between every note.

    How to Restring your Ukulele
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...-your-ukulele/
    A very useful lesson, this video shows you how to restring a uke whether you have a slotted or traditional head, or a tie or standard bridge.

    Guide to Ukulele Sizes
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...ukulele-sizes/
    A guide to the different sizes of ukuleles, something all beginners should learn before buying.

    DIY Humidifier
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...se-humidifier/
    In case you wanted to save a few bucks towards your next uke.

    Uke Accessories
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...1-accessories/
    Aldrine reviews a few common uke accessories.

    History of the Ukulele
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...f-the-ukulele/
    For those interested, here is an informative short on the history of the uke.
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    Default Ukulele Weekly Live Lessons


    Ukulele Weekly Live Lessons

    Ukulele Underground has recently begun to sponsor free live ukulele lessons every Wednesday, and records these lessons for us to go back and watch. They also include a Q&A with Aldrine and a special song at the end.

    Ukulele Lessons With Aldrine Lesson Index
    http://www.ustream.tv/channel/ukulel...s-with-aldrine

    Amber
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1360426
    Because Aldrine is a big 311 fan, he teaches how to play Amber with a Reggae strum.

    Angel
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1298617
    Shaggy's "Angel" with chords, strum, and picking pattern!

    Say It Ain't So
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1268925
    Weezer's "Say It Ain't So" taught by a guy wearing a spiffy shirt. Now you can play it on uke, and not just on rock band.

    Drive
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1213405
    Aldrine teaches Drive by Incubus with a pretty cool riff and strum.

    Arpeggios and 50s songs
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1188276
    Aldrine teaches music theory again. This time, how to figure out Arpeggios. Confusion ensues. :P Then he teaches some 50's style songs too.

    Jammin'
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1166058
    With the number of viewers increasing weekly, Aldrine teaches a fun and easy Bob Marley song.

    Viva la Vida
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1144853
    Aldrine teaches Viva la Vida by Coldplay, a relatively simple four-chord song.

    Alternate Chords on Upper Frets
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1123323
    A useful lesson teaching you how to find alternate chords higher up on the fretboard with movable chord shapes.

    Leaving on a Jetplane
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1102602
    Aldrine returns from his trip to Oahu, and teaches a simple three-chord song, with a bit of transposition thrown in.

    Fire
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1079522
    Aldrine teaches Fire by Bruce Springsteen, featuring a that pretty spiffy groove.

    Your Body is a Wonderland
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1056946
    Aldrine instructs us on the how to play Your Body is a Wonderland by John Mayer and includes a preview on a technique used in Guitara/Ukulele.

    7th Chords
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1036947
    Some theory on 7th chords.

    Silent Night with Transposition
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1002162
    Bringing us some Christmas love, Aldrine teaches silent night on Christmas Eve.

    Flake
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/963086
    Aldrine teaches Jack Johnson's song, including the chord switchups at the end.

    Stand by Me
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/915415
    A rather simple song with four chords...And darling, darling, stand...by me....OOOOOOH stand, by me...

    Super Mario Boss Fight Song
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/898333
    Strum plucking is implemented to play this song which sounds pretty psychedelic.

    Palm Muting and Harmonics
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/879691
    This is a lesson teaching palm muting and harmonics.

    Basic Transposition
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/841868
    If a song is in a key that you’re uncomfortable singing, you can transpose it to another key, and for those who do not know any music theory, this lesson covers it quite well.

    Wasting Time
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/824349
    Jack Johnson’s song is taught in this lesson, with chords, strum pattern, and picking.

    Triplet Finger Rolls
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/806489
    Aldrine teaches his two finger roll in this lesson, as well as a thumb-pointer variation. Rather difficult, but very cool.

    Bandito Tyler Theme
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/789252
    Aldrine teaches the most famous part of his Bandito Tyler. It is rather difficult, with a fancy muting technique, but sounds pretty cool if you practice it enough.

    One Drop
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/756048
    This lesson is primarily meant to teach the pinky mute, but also teaches the chord and applies the reggae pinky mute strum technique to Bob Marley’s One Drop.

    Brown Eyed Girl
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/756048
    A complete lesson teaching Brown Eyed Girl, another excellent uke staple.

    Mario Star Song
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/737583
    You can be invincible too if you play this cool and simple song which is also a great exercise for building finger control.

    Waiting in Vain
    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/719836
    My personal favorite Bob Marley song as covered by Aldrine Guerrero. I still like the 0111 to 0222 slide in the beginning.
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    Default IamHawaii Lessons

    IamHawaii Lessons

    Not associated with UU, these are the lessons that Aldrine did for iamhawaii.com, and are how I first started learning ukulele. These lessons are the property of iamhawaii.com. You will need an account with iamhawaii to view most of these videos. And for some reason, these videos do not work for me in Firefox, so you may have to use Internet Explorer. And some of Aldrine’s greatest songs are taught in the iamhawaii series, so it’s worth making an account.

    IamHawaii Uke Lessons Index
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/sear...kulele+Lessons
    Use this link in case some of my direct links do not work.

    Download Selected IamHawaii Lessons
    http://www.ukuleleunderground.com/fo...ead.php?t=7865
    Upskydowncloud saved and uploaded some of the IamHawaii lessons for download. Check out the link in his thread.




    Harana/Serenade
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...ie92348gj39457
    Aldrine translated this song into English, and shares this sweet melody with us, including chords and strumming pattern.

    Song of Time

    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...923471203_0123
    A song from Legend of Zelda. Aldrine teaches the chords and melody picking for this song.

    Somewhere over the Rainbow
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...239sdfjikjsidf
    Isreal Kamakawiwaole’s song is a ukulele staple. Aldrine offers two versions for beginners and more advanced players and teaches chords and picking. The singing is a bit more difficult.

    Loud Phrases from the Quiet Type
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...iIIiI293487Gus
    Aldrine teaches his original song in this video, with chords, and strum pattern, as well as a melody line which can also be integrated with the strum for solo-performances.

    Zelda’s Lullaby
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...v492C349jkjaid
    A song from Zelda. Aldrine teaches the chords, and the melody, as well as how to integrate the two parts.

    You Don’t Miss Your Water
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...sif2349dmca823
    Craig David’s song, made famous locally by Danyo Cummings is taught in this lesson, with the help of Danyo Cummings himself. Intro picking, chords, and strum pattern are included.

    I’m Yours
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...dG38d3Cxow9398
    THE MOST IMPORTANT LESSON ALDRINE HAS CREATED teaches us how to play Jason Mraz’s I’m Yours. This is the song that got Aldrine famous back when he was on another Youtube Account…which no longer exists. (The ancient video can also be found on his UkuleleOverSoul channel.) Introduction to the pinky mute is also in this lesson.

    Beginner’s Lesson Sunday Morning

    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...iIIiI293487Gus
    This lesson is an excellent primer to ukulele playing. It teaches basic strumming and several chords which can be used to play Maroon Five’s Sunday Morning. This is not the version that Aldrine has on YouTube.
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    Default IamHawaii Ukulele Quick Tips

    IamHawaii Ukulele Quick Tips

    Similar to Uke Minutes, these clips do not belong to UU, but were done by Aldrine for iamhawaii.com. They are useful techniques. You may need an account to view these, and the videos do not seem to work in FF.

    Jake Shimabukuro Clean Strum

    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...kJJiwejisu2934
    Learn to strum like Jake Shimabukuro.

    Thumb Picking

    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...389sdfmqpoidfg
    How to pick with your thumb.

    Two Finger Roll

    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...sdIq8913274656
    Used in Bandito Tyler, and in many of Aldrine’s other songs, this two finger roll is a very versatile technique.

    Tuning the Ukulele

    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...92394897er8gf7
    Learn to tune your ukulele without necessarily having a tuner on hand.

    Warmups

    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...dk_023487123_1
    Some basic warmups to help you stretch your fingers before shredding on the uke.

    Advanced Warmups
    http://www.iamhawaii.com/videos/show...i72hysdfiuwery
    For when you want some fancier warmups.



    Selected Episodes of Uke Got Mail

    Sometimes, in episodes of Uke Got Mail, Aldrine gives quick runthroughs of just the bare basics of some songs that he plays, usually just the chord progression, and maybe a brief tutorial on strum patterns. But it may be of some use to you, so I've included them here too.

    Land Down Under
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...nd-down-under/
    Aldrine teaches the chords for Men At Work's Land Down Under. And plays a brief strumming to show you how it goes.

    Touch my Body
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...touch-my-body/
    Learn the chords to Mariah Carey's Touch my Body.

    Sunday Morning
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...ke-got-mail-9/
    Discover the three top-secret chords to Sunday Morning as played by Aldrine.

    CMJ
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/1...rines-ukulele/
    Learn the four chord progression to CMJ. The picking is slightly more difficult, but you can find it on the forums.

    MmmmBop Intro
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...-mmmbop-intro/
    Aldrine gives a really quick walkthrough of how he does his intro to Hanson's MmmBop.

    Palm Muting
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/0...2-palm-muting/
    Learn how to do Palm Muting on the Uke.

    Reggae Strum
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/2009/0...-reggae-strum/
    Aldrine does a "visual analyzation" (not a real word) on how to preform and execute a reggae strum.
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    that is pretty amazing.
    Rayan, What you are doing?

    I give up with my PM box, just email ryan(at)ukuleleunderground.com

    YES Mahaloz!

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    Wow Jon... this rainy weather got you bored? Hahahaha

    Awesome job my friend. Next time I see you, remind me to treat you to a chili moco :3
    GET AWESOME!
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    Yeah...Mahalo

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    Fantastic! I thought about doing this...but then I picked up my uke...

    You have done the world a service, good sir.
    Yes, I have no talent. No, I'm not wearing pants.

    I write bad poetry.

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    wow. this is why you didnt tweet as much today
    "It`s great to want to be part of something, but it`s a different thing completely to believe wholly in some type of movement, and to give everything for that something."
    -Brandon Boyd, Incubus

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