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    "July Fourth Romp" (60-second tribute)

    All,

    This is my sixty-second tribute to American Independence Day. I just finished writing "July Fourth Romp".

    To my Brit friends: I'm sorry that we treated your "redcoats" so badly, but they kept trying to convert us to that damned tea and they insisted on riding their horses on the wrong side of the road! Those umbrellas they all carried pushed us over the edge and right into war.

    Happy Fourth to everyone.

    Larry A.


    http://www.mydocsonline.com/pub/larr...FourthRomp.mp3
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Always great!!!
    It has a bit of Texas!!!!
    My congrats to a great amreican Patriot!!!!!!
    Best,
    Roberto

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    Re: "July Fourth Romp" (60-second tribute)

    Quote Originally Posted by beach
    Always great!!!
    It has a bit of Texas!!!!
    My congrats to a great amreican Patriot!!!!!!
    Best,
    Roberto
    I suppose there's a bit of American "country" in this music.

    Thanks, Roberto.

    Regards,

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    I suppose there's a bit of American "country" in this music.

    Thanks, Roberto.

    Regards,

    Larry A.
    Of course, Larry you are right: American country!!!!
    Best,
    Roberto

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    EEEEE HAA!! What an exciting tune! I vote to make it the national anthem. Got some words??
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    Re: "July Fourth Romp" (60-second tribute)

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    EEEEE HAA!! What an exciting tune! I vote to make it the national anthem. Got some words??



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    Re: "July Fourth Romp" (60-second tribute)

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    All,


    To my Brit friends: I'm sorry that we treated your "redcoats" so badly, but they kept trying to convert us to that damned tea and they insisted on riding their horses on the wrong side of the road!

    Larry A.
    Just remember Larry,its never too late to give up this foolish notion of independence,and come back to the British Empire.
    Our tea,tastes a lot better these days.
    regards
    ps terriffic piece by the way.

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    Re: "July Fourth Romp" (60-second tribute)

    Wow Larry That was such a fun piece I really enjoyed it

    Thanks for elevating my mood even more Great job

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    Re: "July Fourth Romp" (60-second tribute)

    Quote Originally Posted by joaz
    Just remember Larry,its never too late to give up this foolish notion of independence,and come back to the British Empire.
    Our tea,tastes a lot better these days.
    regards
    ps terriffic piece by the way.
    But, I like ICED tea and that's a hanging offense in England.

    It's all in jest, of course. I would love to see England just once before I go to "that big music room in the sky". My brother, James, was stationed there during World War II and he loved the country and its people. He painted great mental pictures of the beautiful English countryside (and equally beautiful Brit chicks).

    Thanks for listening.

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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    Re: "July Fourth Romp" (60-second tribute)

    Quote Originally Posted by moviemaestro
    Wow Larry That was such a fun piece I really enjoyed it

    Thanks for elevating my mood even more Great job
    I appreciate it, Miss Steph. Thank you.

    Best regards,

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
    www.alexandermusic.com

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