Did you pay your dues?

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RE: Did you pay your dues?

Postby maxx england » Mon Feb 27, 2006 10:18 am

You're not alone here, we are all too many miles from each other, that's all. And yes, a lot of us are surrounded by people with the emotional range of a baboon, that's just the world we all have to deal with. Just hold tight to your music, it's worked for many of us here.
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RE: Did you pay your dues?

Postby 1four5 » Mon Feb 27, 2006 11:23 am

>Just hold tight to your music<
Sadea...don't ever stop playing. I remember getting a guitar at your age. I felt something I couldn't put a finger on..but I knew it was there. I found that playing guitar was hard, and took a lot of work, and I couldn't play like EddieV in two weeks so I gave it up like so many other passing things...and went on to totally screw life up. over 20 years later I had a guitar in my hand again, only this time I knew why. My biggest regret in life are all those wasted years when I coulda been learning the music I love so much now.
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RE: Did you pay your dues?

Postby lorilu » Mon Feb 27, 2006 5:31 pm

Sadea, You came to the right place. Thank goodness for friends. As they say, keep on keepin on.
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