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Marigold


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Ed Hannifin

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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The second song I wrote that was any good...

And the one that started my career-long love with various forms of waltz time...

This is another from Simply Fine, presented for your listening enjoyment while I try to finish up a couple of collaborations and wait impatiently for my new interface...

Personnel:

Ed Hannifin: lead vocal, harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, high-strung guitar

Phyllis Capanna: harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, piano

John Cunningham: electric fiddle

Dave Neiman: hammer dulcimer

Karen Casey: bass

My old friend Karen Dietz used to perform this in Scotland somewhere, and would introduce it as "a love song for the inarticulate".

I think that's about right.

Hope you like it.
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Lyrics
Marigold
Copyright 1978 Ed Hannifin


Take off your shoes, sit yourself down
You know how I crumble when you come around
You know how I need you, but I can’t make a sound
And there’s only my silence to tell you
Only my silence to tell you
My words never did much to tell you
Marigold
Marigold, you know…

A knock at the door, a ring on the phone
You tap at my window when I’m here alone
And I hear you come calling when I’m not at home
And there’s only my absence to tell you
Only my absence to tell you
When I can’t be here how can I tell you
Marigold
Marigold, you know…

If wishes were horses, then beggars would ride
If wishes were kisses, I might be less shy
But wishes don’t help me when you catch my eye
And there’s only my wishes to tell you
Only my wishes to tell you
These wishes could never quite tell you
Marigold
Marigold, you know…

[Break]

Take off your shoes, sit yourself down
You know how I crumble when you come around
You know how I need you, but I can’t make a sound
And there’s only my silence to tell you
Only my silence to tell you
My words never did much to tell you
Marigold
Marigold, you know…

Song Stats
Hits: 4258
Comments: 60
Fans: 10
Plays: 405
Downloads: 174
Votes: 27
Uploaded: Sep 23, 2005 - 10:38:51 PM
Last Updated: Sep 23, 2005 - 08:51:52 PM Last Played: Jun 21, 2016 - 07:23:23 PM
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Comments
8piscean8 said 4262 days ago (September 23rd, 2005)
Ahhhhh analog
This song is copyrighted before I was conceived but I still like it. Well
mixed and produced. Nice piano, electric violin (such a great tone),
backing vocals, and dulcimer. Nice arrangement and intertwining parts. I
love analog, ahhhhh. Thanks for sharing, nice and dreamy like the fog
lifting on a nice sunny day.
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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Ahhhhh analog
I'm glad you like the intertwining parts...that was always what we tried to do
with this song, in all its incarnations...credit for the way they turned out here
goes to Phyllis on piano, Johnny Cunninghma on fiddle, and Dave Neiman
(former National Hammer Dulcimer Champion, if you please,) on the hammer
dulcimer... And Phyllis worked out the harmony parts and coached me on
mine...

It IS funny to hear the song pre-dates you... in fact, even back when it was
recorded, I think it ALMOST pre-dated the young Karen Casey on bass...

I'm glad you liked and appreciated it... I am coming to look forward to your
comments, y'know...

Ed
thetiler said 4262 days ago (September 23rd, 2005)
sweetness
Very well done, love the fingerpicking, the electric violin is spot on. Like
that dulcimer. The singing is really touching.

Real treat Ed! Really!
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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
sweetness
I'm glad you like it, Bill.

I thought we did a decent job producing this... I always wondered if the
emotional tone came through after it all... You seem to be liking all the right
bits, and still getting the feel of the song, so I'll take that as encouraging...

Thanks for listening and commenting,

Ed
said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
flawless
moving, beautiful...
thanks for sharing
Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
flawless
And thank you for listening, and leaving your thoughts.
I do appreciate it.

Ed
jesushairdo said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
gentle and loving
hiya. loved your song. quiet, gentle and very loving. warm. and very
well performed. i also liked the lyrics and i think it is similar to what i
was singing in my song, Afterglow, which happens to be posted just
below you! but mines japanese. anyway, enjoyed your song! thanks
for sharing.
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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
gentle and loving
Well, jesushairdo, you also seem to have liked the production while catching the
emotional tone of the song...

And it's plain I have to go listen to Afterglow.

Thank you for your kind words, and your appreciation. I'm glad you listened.

Ed
eltopo said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Wonderful
A really good song superbly perfomed.

Thanks for posting.
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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Wonderful
I'm glad you liked the song and the performance.

Thank you for taking the time to listen and let me know what you thought.

Ed
said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
What I have come to expect...
from your music, Ed. Well written with warmth and heart. Well
performed in all areas. This song just flows along as you sing to
explain to Marigold the inability of of expressing your love and yet
doing it so genuinely and articulately in these lyrics. The words are
there in the heart. The song brings them out.

For some reason the downloaded file of this song is not recognized
as a playable mp3. I tried it twice. I wouuld love to have a copy of
this. Hopefully you can fix what ever and make it available.

wonderful song...

Jack

Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
What I have come to expect...
Jack, I always feel well appreciated and understood when I read your comments.
You certainly got the feeling with this song. I'm glad you like the performance,
too.

I don't know what's happening with the mp3. It really IS an mp3, I checked and I
didn't upload the wrong file... and I just downloaded one from the site myself,
and it is playing fine...

Anyone else having a problem? Let me know...

Ed
Cori Ander said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
What I have come to expect...
no problem for me ...
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beatrix said 4260 days ago (September 26th, 2005)
What I have come to expect...
I had a problem the first time I tried to download it.. maybe it was because I tried downloading while I was listening to the song. The 2nd time I tried, the song wasn't playing and it downloaded fine.

Ed.. this is a beautiful song and i enjoyed it very much.. as I do all of your songs. Your voice is very soothing and so enjoyable. Loved all the instruments.. especially the fiddle. I'm a true sucker for a fiddle! Thank you for the song. ~b
perceptualvortex said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Sweet
Wow, everything is so smooth... the singing and music just flow so naturally. Very pretty tune.
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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Sweet
perceptual, it still surprises me that you enjoy my songs, though of course I'm
happy that you do...

And I think you're right about the sweetness and smoothness that we went
for in this recording... I'm glad we 'got it'...

I'm hoping down the road to come up with some things that are as well
produced but perhaps have a little more edge or bite to them...

Thanks for listening and for commenting.

Ed
ceilidh said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
ed this is a beautiful song
not only it is very professionally made, all the instruments, singings,
harmony vocals, really lovely lyrics ( i wish i was at least half as good
lyricist as you) etc, but what i love the best is the fiddle interlude. it gives
me goosebumps, so beautiful it is. it reminds me of irish ballads. it
almost sounds to me like... ed, isnt marigold... irish? she is irish, isnt
she?! she is a beautiful irish lass with long shiny hair, green sparkling
eyes and a thousand of tiny golden freckles on her gentle nose. im in
love... it is so lovely... and the dulcimer sounds like a birdie trilling. and
your guitar like a caressing lullaby. oh you made my day ed :)
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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
ed this is a beautiful song
I'm so glad you appreciate the song, cellidh.... You seem to like the whole
thing, top to bottom. I think Johnny, David and Phyllis interwove the fiddle,
piano and hammer dulcimer pretty nicely... I used to use that section on my
telephone answering machine, back in the day of telephone answering
machines... I always got messages that began, "Oh, what a nice little tune!..."

The person who inspired Marigold initially was in fact golden haired, and I
think maybe even green eyed... and Italian(!)... like someone from a
Renaissance portrait...

But the tune definitely has an Anglo-Celtic feel, and having Johnny
Cunningham do the fiddle, nicely paired with Dave Neiman, certainly helped
bring that sound forward...

I am of course very pleased that you have enjoyed it so much.

Thanks for listening and commenting.

Ed
Cori Ander said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Just lovely
Ah, this is just lovely music! So well recorded, well performed and pretty!
Maybe even too harmonious to make a hit song.

I am getting very interested to hear more about this band and this time.
Did you perform at places? Did radio stations play this and other
recordings? Were some of you whole time musicians? Etc...
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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Just lovely
Thanks, Curry....

Those times... Most of the time that Wheatstone Bridge existed, it was a trio.
There was me, there was Phyllis, and there was our ex-partner Nan, who
played guitar, mandolin and Irish bouzouki... and ten other things into the
bargain...including writing and singing very good songs of her own...

At the time we were together, none of us was a professional musician, in the
sense that we made our living at it. We all cobbled our living together from
other things. We DID make some money making music, but not enough to
live on. We performed at coffeehouses and bars around Boston and the North
Shore. We were sometimes on live radio, but our stuff, which back in those
days was mostly on cassette, was seldom played on the local folk shows. We
couldn't afford to make an LP, and CD's were unbelievably expensive...Not
like now...We wrote a lot of songs, and experimented a lot, and rehearsed a
lot...recorded demos...tried to record better demos...

It's funny, times have changed. The things we used to dream of, like getting
to record and make CD's and not having tape hiss or weird equalization and
having great compression and effects and being able to balance things... all
this stuff we wished for is now available for the cost of a Mac and a mic...


Ed
Mystified said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Exquisite folk...
...like this gets me every time. First you had that gorgeous violin, then
you threw in the hammered dulcimer. No fair! ;)

Really...this is a beautiful song, the lyrics so soothingly poignant and
endearing, the performances so well done.

Thank you for sharing this one here, Ed.


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Ed Hannifin said 4262 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
Exquisite folk...
Thanks, Mystified. Continuing kudos to the players on this one... especially
Johnny and Dave...

I'm always pleased when you like one of my songs. I'm glad you like the lyrics,
too; this is one of the sets of lyrics where I think I did a good job.

Thanks for coming over to listen...

Ed


said 4261 days ago (September 24th, 2005)
smooth
and very relaxing tune. I love the warm analog sound and feel.
Nicely performed and sung.
Another great golden oldie form Ed,
very good.

Cheers
Ed Hannifin said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
smooth
Thank you katchoolik, I take your comments very seriously. Glad you like the
smooth sound... I'm pleased you took the time out to give a listen and comment.

Ed
stevel said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Sounds like a song
The quality of these tracks is remarkably consistent, the nice thing
about this style is that is does not 'date'in the same way that other
genres might, you could have written and recorded this yesterday! I
guess that is because folk music tends to sit outside of what is
considered 'fashionable' in the industry. Great performances as
usual...a very strong song
Steve
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Ed Hannifin said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Sounds like a song
Well, Steve, 'sitting outside what is considered fashionable in the industry'
more or less describes my musical career... he said, with a laugh...

I'm glad that there is a consistency of sound in these tracks, although I do
wonder if we were too smooth in these recordings... Wheatstone Bridge was
always melodic and harmonious, but we also did have some bite and energy,
especially on stage, that I don't know if we ever translated to a recording...
especially in the trio days...

I'm glad you find the song to be strong, and the sound not to sound 'dated'.
I'm pleased to hear both those things. Thank you for listening and for your
thoughtful comments. Always appreciated.

Ed
White Hawks said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Ed!!!!!
Very beautiful song, especialy the vocal, guitar, piano and electric
fiddle, which means everything 'bout this song is nice:) wonderful
work! and guess what! this song have written before I was born. LOL!

thanks for sharing your wonderful song!

- Hawks
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Ed Hannifin said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Ed!!!!!
Hawks!!

You pretty much covered it all in one sentence! I'm always glad when you like
one of the things I've put up, and your comments always make my day. Yeah,
this song has a couple of lifetimes on ya, I think...

Thank you as always for giving a good listen and for your enthusiasm in
commenting... I am not kidding that it makes my day...

Ed
Einarus said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Beautiful
Very sweet song. The violin left me in awe.
Gorgeous tune!
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Ed Hannifin said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Beautiful
Einarus, I'm pleased you like the tune, and of course I'm right with you about the
violin.

Thanks for taking the time to listen and comment.

Ed
said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Very Good But
Where's lepeep's overdubbed harmonica solo?
Otherwise, excellent production and playing.
Ed Hannifin said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Very Good But
Yeah...where is 'lepeep'?...these artistic recluses...

I need to get him back into the studio. He has a certain "supergroup" obligation
to fulfill with Mackie....

Other than that glaring omission, thankfully committed before he was born, I'm
glad you found something to like in the track, Mungo...

Thanks for listening and commenting...

Ed
snowdragon said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Pleasant little tune
Strangely enough, it made me think of Dixie Chicks (probably the
fiddle, which is excellent) but that's a good thing.

Excellent soundbed to this. Couldn't really pick out the dulcimer but
that's not a knock. I'm guessing it's a subtile contribution and those
are often the 'make-or-break' parts of a tune.

An excellent Sunday morning song.
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Ed Hannifin said 4261 days ago (September 25th, 2005)
Pleasant little tune
Hmm. Dixie Chicks. I wouldn't have heard that in this... Funny to think of...

The dulcimer is a hammer dulcimer, which is a totally different instrument from
the Appalachian or lap dulcimer... it's the instrument that comes in halfway
through the solo section as the fiddle changes from the melodic playing to long,
slow notes... sounds a little like a harpsichord or tack piano...

Thanks for listening, snowdragon...

Ed
snowdragon said 4259 days ago (September 26th, 2005)
Pleasant little tune
Thanks Ed. I hear the dulcimer plain as day now. Does sound very much like a
harpsichord. Very cool. You know, I read "hammered dulcimer" and still kept
listening for "Appalachian." I've been trying to get back up to speed with a
stick and pick on my own Appalachian (bought in Denver, always thought that
somewhat ironic) for a couple of tunes but it's not coming back naturally.

And, I listened to Cowboy Take Me Away again after Marigold and I wonder if
Martie would have heard John Cunningham play somewhere. Course it could
just be me but the styles sure seem to have a lot of similarities.

cheers
snow

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said 4260 days ago (September 26th, 2005)
Beyond inarticulate
This song is very fine. Wonderful lyrics containing great imagery. Love
that fiddle and dulcimer. Delicate, melodious singing. Pure vibrations
from yearning hearts.
Ed Hannifin said 4259 days ago (September 26th, 2005)
Beyond inarticulate
Rich, I'm glad you liked it...

I'm always glad when you like the lyrics or singing on one of my songs. And of
course I'm pleased you like the fiddle/dulcimer bits, 'cause so do I...

Thank you as always for giving it a good listen and for letting me know what you
thought.

Ed
selenebloodlust said 4260 days ago (September 26th, 2005)
Instrumental parts!
I love instrumental parts - especially with stringed instruments (I play one myself), woo! I really like the intro, and the lyrics are really moving. The feeling this song leaves you with is one of emptiness at the lyrics but awe in the way they are presented. Way to go!
Ed Hannifin said 4258 days ago (September 28th, 2005)
Instrumental parts!
I'm glad you like the instrumental parts... Me, too.

I'm not quite sure what you mean about the emptiness in the lyrics... even so,
I'm glad that there's something there that you're connecting with...

Thank you for listening, and thanks for leaving a comment....

Ed
daphna said 4258 days ago (September 27th, 2005)
another winner
this is lovely and so enjoyable. Thanks for sharing these beautiful tunes
Ejh!
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Ed Hannifin said 4258 days ago (September 28th, 2005)
another winner
daphna, I'm pleased that you found your way to this song. I'm glad you enjoyed
it, too.

Thank you for taking the time to listen, and to let me know how it struck you. I
appreciate that very much.

Ed
Macaudion said 4257 days ago (September 29th, 2005)
If mastering tenderness is possible...
Hey there Ed, I tried to listen, but haven't been able to play it all the
way through until now. My persistence pays... Of course, this is
another wonderful piece. You have mastered tenderness, it seems.

It's late in the evening, the lights are out, and I'm enjoying a very nice
glass of wine, and 'Mairgold'.

Your songs, they invite me to hang out in that well protectected cushy
little place inside. I love the simple beauty in your arrangements.
Always, always precious and they never fail to land me in a good
place...

It seems that you are rubbing elbows w/ some first rate musicians
here. What to say..., I truly am taken by how well everyone plays on
this. It's like, trying to put my thoughts about it in text, well, it only
takes away from what I feel is really happening for you guys on this
one...

Your lyrics, they always seem to resonate w/ me and as well, they tend
to be of a universal chime, of sorts. That silence that you're singing
about - it is hard, but sometimes, it's the only place that we can be
about something and it's very difficult to get through, at anytime.

The melody is sweet and tender. Nice capturing of a moment that we
all know too well. This is a very special song that I will need to send the
link to a very special and close friend of mine.

Thanks again, Ed. This one is truly special.

Dion/Cydniko
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Ed Hannifin said 4257 days ago (September 29th, 2005)
If mastering tenderness is possible...
Gee, Mr. Dion/Cyd...

I'm once again basking in one of your appreciative comments...

And I do always feel that you 'get it' about whatever it is that I'm trying to do
or say with a particular song. That's very reassuring.

It was a pretty special time for us recording 'Simply Fine', and definitely
working with Meg and Tom and Johnny and Dave... there was a fun--and
funny--vibe in the studio the whole time. Truly excellent elbow rubbing the
whole way...

I think the lyrics are still meaningful to me all these years later because this is
a song that tries to get across that feeling of having something you're trying
to get across but can't quite say... so the song IS what the song is about, if
you get what I mean... And I don't care how articulate you may be, there's
gonna be a time and place in your life when words fail you, and something
else has to come through... And it's true that among my songwriter friends I
tend to be known as having a tendency to either be writing about the small
and the particular or about the big and the universal...

I'm glad you like the melody, and I'm touched and pleased that you would
want to send it to a friend. That's pretty cool.

Thanks for another great listen and thoughtful comment.

Ed
Komrade K said 4256 days ago (September 29th, 2005)
Did you ever get the girl?
Fine singing, indeed fine everything - especially the fiddle - how did he
get that smooth sound?

KK
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Ed Hannifin said 4255 days ago (September 30th, 2005)
Did you ever get the girl?
Yes, I got the girl, for a little while... I was just thinking today about the irony,
because she broke up with me in anger after I went to my first recording
session ever and then, because we in the band were novices and took too
long to do everything, went back into the studio for another session the next
morning without checking with her...

Funny to think of now...

John Cunningham used an electric violin, I think it may have been a Framus,
and it may have been a five-string... he plugged directly into the board and
we then used whatever EQ, reverb and whatnot that we had available...Johnny
had incredible tone from the start, so I think it all starts with that...


Thanks for listening and commenting, Komrade K,

Ed


RedCrow said 4244 days ago (October 12th, 2005)
Did you ever get the girl? DId I?
ED! It is bg from the old Wood n Strings gang! I can't believe I found you here! We really have some serious catching up to do!

How I love Marigold! How I still love you...
Ed Hannifin said 4243 days ago (October 13th, 2005)
Did you ever get the girl? DId I?
Hey, bg, it's good to hear from you! Welcome to MacJams!

How cool!

Ed
said 4224 days ago (October 31st, 2005)
YEPSTER
Once again another beauty Dr. Shrink! I['ll bet ya The Peep likes this one too! Where is the peep? On vacation?
Ed Hannifin said 4224 days ago (October 31st, 2005)
YEPSTER
It's true, thepeep has been hearing this one all his life and can sing every word,
if he feels like it. He's eight, and he might not feel like it, of course...

Thepeep and Mackie will be returning with an unusual collab any time now...

Stay tune on most of these same station...

Ed
John Stebbe said 4216 days ago (November 8th, 2005)
Vocals sound like . . .
a cross between John Denver and Bobby Goldsboro. (And that's a
compliment! I really dug those guys.)

A well-constructed song with pleasing harmonies. You're the best-
sounding psychotherapist I have ever heard. :-)

Seriously, this song is expressive in a sweet romantic way. Thanks for
sharing.
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Ed Hannifin said 4216 days ago (November 8th, 2005)
Vocals sound like . . .
Thanks, John. I'm please you liked the song and liked my singing. I know I don't
have John Denver's vocal chops, or anything like them, but I'm pleased and
complimented that you'd make that comparison. I'm glad you let me know that
you liked this.

Ed
dajama said 4196 days ago (November 29th, 2005)
harmonies
I like the harmonies, the singing, and the overall production. The sound is
sweet, although there is something bittersweet about the melody. The
violin (I mean fiddle!) is beautiful. Downloaded and added to my firesuite
playlist. Nice job.
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Ed Hannifin said 4194 days ago (November 30th, 2005)
harmonies
I'm glad you like this, dajama. I hope you get a change to check out some of the
others. I think that you may like a few more of 'em. I appreciate that you got this
far, though...

Thanks for listening and commenting!

Ed
Nolan said 4168 days ago (December 26th, 2005)
Sweet song
Do you miss those days in the band? I always wanted a band based on
acoustic guitars and harmonies, with piano and strings. It must have
been fun. Lovely stuff.
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Ed Hannifin said 4167 days ago (December 27th, 2005)
Sweet song
Yep. I loved that band. Phyl is fun to play, sing and record with. Nan, our partner
before this recording was made, was too... It was its own little world for about
twelve years. Lots of fun...

Glad you like the song, Nolan.

Ed
said 3512 days ago (October 14th, 2007)
Impressive !
Mr. Ed,

All i can say is WOW ! This is really great, one of the bests i've ever heard it here and in the Folk-Rock genre. your vocal is very very war and full of feelings, the music is very fine and great sound with the strings !

Masterpiece here, Masterwork here .. Thanks for sharing such a Gem sir ! Loved it so much and 10's all over !

Take Care
==============
Yeman Auf Al-Rawi
Ed Hannifin said 3404 days ago (January 29th, 2008)
Yeman,
...thanks again for listening to so many of my songs. I truly appreciate it.

I'm pleased that you like the vocal and guitar work, and I'm glad it rises to master class in your book...

My apologies for taking so long to respond...

Ed
pablatone said 3126 days ago (November 3rd, 2008)
I'm a sucker for love songs
That line- If wishes were kisses- is brilliant, very good brah, that band must have been a hoot. Don't you miss it? thanks for bringing this one to my attention.
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Ed Hannifin said 3121 days ago (November 8th, 2008)
Hey, and love songs...
...in WALTZ TIME...

Thank you for checking it out, Paul. It's one of my old songs that I can actually still play...

Ed
MarkHolbrook said 2907 days ago (June 10th, 2009)
Wow...
Ed... this is amazing! Really amazing! Love the violin in this... The guitar is so sweet and pure. Really an achievement Ed!
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DirtyWinston said 2579 days ago (May 4th, 2010)
sweet
tune
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