28 March 2022

  • He died. Everyone was sad. They were crying
    Emma M avatarEmma M12/14/21 2:44pm
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  • and crying and crying. Tears puddled on the floor, but still their wailing would not stop. Nothing would comfort them. The tear-puddles became ankle deep, then came up to everyone's knees. But did they stop crying? They wanted to, but they could not. If only they knew that 1 song
    Benjamin C avatarBenjamin C12/15/21 10:27am
  • with the chorus “stop yer cryin, stahhhp yer crooyinnn, stahahahahap yore crowyeeeeeen bahybeee!” It was a hit in 1967, or maybe ‘68. Who sang that, anyway? A one hit wonder to be sure.
    Sean K avatarSean K12/24/21 7:19pm
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  • I was more of a fan of the B side, a quirky little tune called “Car Wash”, which stuck out in my mind, making it more memorable than the hit. The best part was the guitar solo, a 1-minute jam that
    Phil H avatarPhil H2/14/22 10:12pm
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  • lasted for one minute. Interesting how that works, huh? But the best piece of music I ever came across was 4’33” by John Cage. It really helped me focus on my studies and get some peace and quiet. It succinctly explained life in such great detail. I wish it lasted longer, though.
    Jay K avatarJay K3/28/22 1:48am
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