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album art Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey
by Joanna


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Song Information

Released: Mar 31, 2008 | 6:06 AM
Category: Folk
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 3.11 MB

Plays: 1525
Downloads: 3
Weekly Plays: 3
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Monday

License: No derivative works allowed
Just goofing around with my ukulele -- an instrument I obviously cannot play. No, really. I know you couldn't tell, but I'm here to say I simply cannot play the ukulele. So sit back and listen to me trying!

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feenixx Artist

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Ah, this is sweet and endearing - thaqnks for painting a smie on my face!

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who doesn't do ratings...
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Dyl Artist

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This is a great piece , Joanna..no matter what you say...
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Fantastic performance, love it - great live acoustic feeling
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I enjoyed the listening a lot and I wanna thank you for your performance that I found most refreshing. Again..Thank you.
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Great fun. I think you can play that uke! But it's the vox that really sell the track.
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