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Banjo eyeing me. Bad banjo. No.

by chipvaliant on August 4, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Picked up the banjo years ago. Put it down because I have no talent for it, but, Lord, it was fun. Watching the documentary "Give Me the Banjo," and I don't like how my 1968 Fender is looking at me from the stand in the corner. Leave me alone, banjo. I should be writing.

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