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Very well done. Nice solid strumming there.

I am also jealous of those who can play and sing at the same time.

That skill has eluded me........... :brickwall:

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Very well done. Nice solid strumming there.

I am also jealous of those who can play and sing at the same time.

That skill has eluded me........... :brickwall:

i think if i can do it anyone can do it

thanks for appreciating me

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