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Thread: Stop My Complaining (an expat's song about living in Japan)

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    Default Stop My Complaining (an expat's song about living in Japan)


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    Timothy, that was great! It's a fun song.
    ~Soo
    Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult

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    nice and catchy song
    Pono MC
    Kanilea Tenor K1-TP
    Koaloha Pineapple Sunday
    Kala KA-ASACT solid acacia (Gave to the one of the army guys as a xmas gift)
    Dexter Solid Spruce Soprano (Made in Korea)

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    Yeah, I don't think being a foreigner is easy no matter who you are or where you're going. But there is a lot of positives, just like your song built up to. I do love me some sushi!

    I enjoyed the song~

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    Konnichi wa?

    Watashi wa Berni des

    Been there and done that! (Why are these Catalans so damn gregarious?, etc.)

    The life of an ex-pat is never that easy, is it? Also, you'll find that you end up between two worlds, never 100% satisfied in your adopted home, but then never able to imagine going back to your old one - largely because it'll no longer exist when you've been in Japan for a while (the past is truly another country). Then whenever you return to the "home" nation, you'll miss Japan.

    Oh well, it's the price we pay for being adventurous and I personally think it's a price worth paying.

    Bones festes from Catalonia,

    Sayonara,

    Berni (Barbablanca)

    Epiphone Les Paul (Red) Concert
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    Thanks for watching everyone! Thankfully, people seem to love ukuleles in Japan. There's always a ukulele corner (often a small one) in every music store I go to.

    Bones festes to everyone too!

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