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- Southern Flavor - Blues
Simple acoustic blues, one guitar, me, dubbed a lot.
I wrote it at a time when there was a group of people (lead by a dominant couple) who really hated me for some reason, finding 'collective fault collectively', so to speak, most likely at my presumption at trying to be a busker. I think they had a problem with my simplicity, and it's true, most of my songs take only blues guitar lesson 101 class one. I came up with this particular song to try and reconcile myself to them. I use the word 'thing' twice unintentionally, and the original version even more (it was a very spontaneous creation). As for my detractors, it worked and it didn't. Eventually they left me alone, except that I became person non-gratis, in other words, suddenly I didn't exist at all for them. I don't know if there's a lesson in that, but animators may find this a sort of make-up/leave me alone song that perhaps they could use. It sort of works as an "I won't try and change you" love song too.
Oh, and it won't play loud. Fireside song.