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Thread: Scrotum Song Cover on Tenor Ukulele

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    Default Scrotum Song Cover on Tenor Ukulele

    I was so glad to see the sun shine again, that I decided to record another video. Thanks to the Asylum Street Spankers for the original version (which is really just a combination of some old funny songs' verses), and my apologies for butchering it lol. My voice is definitely not my strongest asset, and I get more than a bit pitchy (especially near the end). Please comment, fair or foul, and I hope you enjoy!!! Btw, I'm playing a Big Island tenor made out of spalted mango. It is a beautiful instrument, that I don't even close to doing justice.


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    HAHAHA Stellar,,,
    Not All Who Wander Are Lost...


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    Thanks for the kind words, Kdogg.... I appreciate it!!

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    That was funny! You sound like Steve Goodman!

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    I wouldn't want to insult the memory of the great Steve Goodman, but thanks!!

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    Love me some Spankers and love the fun you're having with this. Expect the prude patrol to come rolling in at any moment, though.
    Lanikai SMP-TCA Monkeypod Tenor * RISA Uke-Solid Tenor * Kala KA-TG tenor * Ken Timms Style 0 Soprano * Ohana SK-38 Soprano * Mainland Honeybee Soprano * 1930's KlearTone banjolele
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    'Prude Patrol'... now that's funny. I always thought the magic of these old songs is their dirtyness without actually being dirty. It takes much more wit to write a clean dirty song than a dirty dirty song

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