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Heresy Statement

Did anyone think that some of Pig's songs like King Bee, Midnight Hour, etc., became tedious?

Perhaps the jams were just too long.

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we should get Blair in here...

back in the mists of time there was a really incredible Pigpen feature in the Golden Road.

Hm, wonder if he's still got the Word file. Though I have a bad feeling we were still using typewriters then.

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no need to say sorry

no need to say sorry...

none at all.

peace.

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Mr Bill Orange, CA

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sorry

maybe that sounded a little harsh.

nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile

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ouch! "What's the point of

ouch!

"What's the point of calling shots, this cue ain't straight in line
Cue balls made of styrofoam and no-one's got the time"

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no offense pig

i think it stuck because he would do any chick, too. could be just rumor- i wasn't there unfortunately for me. wait, that didn't sound roo good...

nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile

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I see the

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I see the resemblance...

peace.

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yes, Snoopy

I'm pretty sure. At that period, Peanuts was ubiquitous.

When she was first in college, my sister went out with a guy who'd taken piano from Pigpen!

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ahhh

thankx.

ahhh, but then where did the girl get it from?

Snoopy??

just one of those questions that I have pondered all of my life...

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