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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobin View Post
    Something tells me that standing outside a young lady's window and ripping off the intro to Roanoke isn't going to be very effective.
    Nope, but Canon in D will open many a window, I imagine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevin View Post
    All musical instruments are romantic, even the triangle. OK, maybe not the banjo.

    I'm not really sure. Steve Martin's "So Familiar" sounds pretty romantic to me. The rest of that album too. I guess a subtle smooth approach to the banjo can make it kinda romantic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevin View Post
    All musical instruments are romantic, even the triangle. OK, maybe not the banjo.
    My kazoo is romantic, right?
    Screw it. I'm a bard now.

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    Don't push it. Just kidding I'm not very familiar with it. Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by MollyMarieMandolin View Post
    My kazoo is romantic, right?
    My gf salutes you for this comment.

    She trolls me with the kazoo while I'm trying to practice. She's pretty good at it, actually.

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    Default Re: Are mandolins romantic?

    I believe they are:
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    Default Re: Are mandolins romantic?

    Great drawing of the Gibson F sweeping the bowl back tater-bugs into the dead sea. A woman may find it romantic if a man sweeps up and helps with the house work.

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    *btw, I think the chart shows the *actual* lot of the bass player, rather the idealized rocket man is merely human destiny - henceforth when Beyonce is the only consumable musical commodity.. (However ime accordian tends to attract birds .. cats are usually inclined to leave.)
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