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Postby Bluebird » Thu Nov 04, 2004 12:51 pm

kylestyle wrote:
BeatleBabe wrote:I would have loved to hear him do Something on the ukele.


I personally think ukeleles should be banned! :twisted: :P
huh.. :shock: Ukuele is an enjoyable instrument to jam with on a romatic night... :D
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Postby buddy » Thu Nov 04, 2004 1:42 pm

dsnito wrote:
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kylestyle wrote:
BeatleBabe wrote:I would have loved to hear him do Something on the ukele.


I personally think ukeleles should be banned! :twisted: :P

You're just joking, aren't you?? They can fit in really beautifully, just think of "Ram On"...


Just for curiousity, wasn't a ukelele the first instrument John learnt to play?? Or was it a banjo??


I thought it was a banjo.
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Postby Berkeleyan » Fri Nov 05, 2004 6:39 am

buddy wrote:
dsnito wrote:
Cologne girl wrote:
kylestyle wrote:
BeatleBabe wrote:I would have loved to hear him do Something on the ukele.


I personally think ukeleles should be banned! :twisted: :P

You're just joking, aren't you?? They can fit in really beautifully, just think of "Ram On"...


Just for curiousity, wasn't a ukelele the first instrument John learnt to play?? Or was it a banjo??


I thought it was a banjo.


YEP ! From Julia, his Mother.
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