… playing what wasn’t meant to be done

… playing what wasn’t meant to be done

can anyone here honestly claim to this concept?

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I can claim to it, but I don’t know whether I can live up to it, even if I’m half as sober as you when you remember posting this…

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I will plead guilty to this crime when I first started playing this music because I didn’t know any better. I have learned my lesson since then.

Laurence

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I don’t know what the thread title means and I don’t know what the question means. I wonder, if I said that I could honestly claim to it, what that would mean?

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You can’t hold a hot water up to this concept although some wig glue would help. As ever I would recommend SyrupStik.
I’d also say, ‘Change your trousers in the Gypsy Hill Tavern.’
Gypsy Hill: Now available to travel to on Oyster Card…

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One of its legs is still both the same…

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In a ‘circle session’, after a string of very serious, very trad a capella singers with their Child dirges, I played the Birdy Dance to liven things up. It went down like a lead balloon.

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You’re a bad man, skreech!! Love it! I often have impure thoughts at those circle of death things.