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was sind binäre optionen and reading the box it came in (the miso).
it was written in japanese (phonetic),
which i can’t read (pathetic),
so all i know are the words

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’cause all i know of Japanese
i learned from menus and cookbooks.

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My new favorite song

Sheet music? LOL

So I’ve emailed this song to a few people in the local area, and two of them have said they want to learn to sing it. They have asked me to ask you if you have sheet music. LOL… is that funny or what? Ok, I’ve done my job… I asked.


That is funny - but I’m honored! It was mostly improvised, and I never wrote it down. But it would be amusing to pull out the master and transcribe it. Let’s see… The tracks are labeled “Panting dog” (+ isolated sushi menu words), “Melody + harmony” (two vocals, + finger snaps on beat), “Harmony” (on choruses 2, 3, 4), “Chest pounding” (+ narrative vocals), and “Parentheses”. That might be some help! If they’re interested in a more detailed transcription, do have them contact me!


This is one of the most popular songs I’ve done, and it probably took the least amount of time. There’s a lesson there of some kind.