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A sound
Someone's ending
Is someone's new
A composic signature
Which begannings are
Strong and sound
Each strain strummed
perfect in each depth
and height
Sequel edges with intros,
Explaining, and outros tuned
right to greet and accompany
the more basseier horns to
concluded, and reintroduce
both percussion and bass guitar
in there rhythmic bottom, to
each top.
Soothing harmonies and notated
leads, each separate measure to
In one groove with basic bassy
rhythms, and stylish brassy tones,
Deep in the woods the woodwinds
Tingle create a grind for the soothing
ranger scales of the strings.
All which are subdued to the pleasing
sounds of the pianist, who wished the
flutist to duet with him, might there
sound introduce the new begannings
For the riffs in Verse, sharpened and
lower pitches, might they discover the
Chelloist and horns sound like flutes
in a harmonic scale, same they encourage the snares to roll to introduce the melodic scale, encouraging the sound to inspire a
more grooves humping type of chime!

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Claver and competition. All under the Big Skies of mornings.

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on July 10, 2021

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