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For a fallen friend who liked the Beatles almost as much as I do. I included Mark reading one of his poems in the middle section. Listen carefully and you can hear the clinking of beer glasses in the Royal Park pub in Leeds where it was recorded.
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It used to be just you and me against the world

But now you're gone, now I'm alone

Tomorrow's gone

Get used to it
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Uploaded: Mar 28, 2005 - 09:23:24 AM
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aclarke said 5291 days ago (March 28th, 2005)
What a wonderful tribute. Very well sung. No question of
the musical influence here. Shades of Harrison, Lennon
and MacCartney. Nice slide style guitar. Well done!
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grah3am said 5291 days ago (March 29th, 2005)
Thank you for the kind words.
There's some wonky singing at the end that I intend to fix, and I may try and clean up the production a bit so you can hear Mark's words better in the middle section.
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