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Nothing I'd rather have.
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acoustic57 said

Haha, no Mercedes Benz huh ? :) I've got an old '74 sportster (I know, not considered by some to be from the "Harley years") I've got to get back on the road... cop issue years ago :( Like your raw sound:)

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Short diddy that came to me awhile back.
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acoustic57 said

Nice swing to this :)

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Colleen Dillon said

Love the idea of this one!!! great song!!!

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Nick P said

Nice!

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thetworegs said

I've always wanted one for Christmas ...so lord won't you ? it'll give you time to save

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Nothing I'd rather have.
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slkrell said

Oh Slide twice as good

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slkrell said

Hay Brother. I am A shovel head fan and so glad to find you here

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My mom was a lifeguard when she was young and I was swimming long before I was old enough to go to school.
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Colleen Dillon said

love that beauty vibe with your guitar. Great visuals in these lyrics... a perfect antidote to a freezing cold day in MN!

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My mom was a lifeguard when she was young and I was swimming long before I was old enough to go to school.
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Guest said

Howard wonderful song I love listening to your songs

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I was visiting my mother's grave in the rural town where I went to high school. While strolling through the cemetery I came across Deana's headstone. She passed on during her first year in high school, if memory serves. Sometimes the good really…
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Love it Arlan Poer

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I was visiting my mother's grave in the rural town where I went to high school. While strolling through the cemetery I came across Deana's headstone. She passed on during her first year in high school, if memory serves. Sometimes the good really…
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Love it

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It seems everybody is into working out ... except me.
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Guest said

You're a man of many talents.

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The Interstate Highway system was started in the mid-50s at the height of the Baby Boom era. It was a virgin ribbon of highway stretching out in all directions. We couldn't wait to explore it.
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Andrew Russe said

Oh yeah. Nice one.

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The Interstate Highway system was started in the mid-50s at the height of the Baby Boom era. It was a virgin ribbon of highway stretching out in all directions. We couldn't wait to explore it.
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Guest said

I love it Howard

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If you were to come over to my house and watch television you would think it was 1963.
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slkrell said

Good one hr the fools who don’t get old school are sadly ignorant I get it.

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If you were to come over to my house and watch television you would think it was 1963.
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Andrew Russe said

Oh yes, we like those Black and White movies too. Good to hear some more H R Music. Love the relaxed vibe of this one.

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If you were to come over to my house and watch television you would think it was 1963.
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Colleen Dillon said

Cool old school vibe

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The last few years every time I ride it seems someone has something to say about my leather jacket … so I wrote a song about it.
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Guest said

Love it!!

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Didn't want to write this song … I figured there were one-thousand songwriters (here in north Texas alone) that were stuck at home and writing goofy songs about the virus. But, it wouldn't leave me alone, so I recorded it to get it out of my head.
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Andrew Russe said

This put a smile on my face.

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Didn't want to write this song … I figured there were one-thousand songwriters (here in north Texas alone) that were stuck at home and writing goofy songs about the virus. But, it wouldn't leave me alone, so I recorded it to get it out of my head.
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Nick P said

I like it! Write on...

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