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BarnaBus RoX
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Ha ha ha ha Paul :)
Sorry Trudi has already named it " Sweet Blues " , she thinks I can play the blues huh ...silly girl LOL :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Here is to you as good as you are
And here is to me as bad as I am
As good as you are and as bad as I am
I'm as good as you are as bad as I am


   
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Vic Lewis VL
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Can we just clear something up?

""Death was emanate -Won't be long"

Emanate is a verb....present tense. "Was" implies the past tense....if you want to use "emanate," then it'd either have to be "was emanating (from....)" or emanated ("from.....") Confusing tenses like that....well, it's like saying "I was walk," for instance, or "I am will be going." The tenses don't match. It's all about participles....and how you use them. Trev, are you sure you didn't mean "imminent?" It sounds similar, and would make a lot more sense....look it up!

:D :D :D

Vic

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BarnaBus RoX
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Like I said I won't be letting 1 word bog me down on a song -
Don't like the word build a bridge I say -
A very rough draft of a song that will probably never see the light of day -
I posted the meaning of the word - Won't bother me if the word stays or goes - Have not even tried to strum a few chords an play it yet ...

Carry on

Trev .. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Here is to you as good as you are
And here is to me as bad as I am
As good as you are and as bad as I am
I'm as good as you are as bad as I am


   
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katreich
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Trev, I think the word this is the word you were looking for:

im·mi·nent
[im-uh-nuhnt] Show IPA
adjective
1.
likely to occur at any moment; impending: Her death is imminent.

And now Mr Lewis and I will return to grammar police headquarters.

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