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What use is it sneaking the sheet music

2021-12-26 18:10:02.206959+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

What use is it sneaking the sheet music for Last Christmas into the caroling lyrics packet if you happen to be meeting up with the two people who do not immediately know who Wham! is?

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#Comment Re: What use is it sneaking the sheet music made: 2022-01-02 23:00:50.175987+01 by: TheSHAD0W

We're getting old, dude. (Also, that song's been covered a million times, I can bet the kids don't know who did it first.)

#Comment Re: What use is it sneaking the sheet music made: 2022-01-03 19:11:01.629855+01 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, one of them was a gay man my age, asking what "Wham!" in the title meant. Maybe I'm not of my generation and just into oldies?

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