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same band- different incarnations??


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Musical Interlude:

Good morning starshine

The earth says hello

You twinkle above us

We twinkle below

Good morning starshine

You lead us along

My love and me as we sing

Our early morning singing song

Gliddy glub gloopy

Nibby nabby noopy

La la la lo lo

Sabba sibby sabba

Nooby abba nabba

Le le lo lo

Tooby ooby walla

Nooby abba naba

Early morning singing song

Good morning starshine

The earth says hello

You twinkle above us

We twinkle below

Good morning starshine

You lead us along

My love and me as we sing

Our early morning singing song

Gliddy glub gloopy

Nibby nabby noopy

La la la lo lo

Sabba sibby sabba

Nooby abba nabba

Le le lo lo

Tooby ooby walla

Nooby abba naba

Early morning singing song

Singing a song

Humming a song

Singing a song

Loving a song

Laughing a song

Singing a song

Sing the song

Song song song sing

Sing sing sing sing song

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I have been taught that when someone asks you for something, you should decline by saying 'no, thank you' or 'i'd rather not' instead of just 'no.'

Would you like some salad?

No.

That's just rude.

that's what I thought too, but in the end I thought that it's not the same in English... :P :doh:

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I have been taught that when someone asks you for something, you should decline by saying 'no, thank you' or 'i'd rather not' instead of just 'no.'

That's just rude.

I see some are still not "getting past" this. I've been taught that direct-and-honest responses to direct-and-honest requests are not "rude." In fact, I cannot see why responding with a simple "no" to a request that didn't say "please" would be considered "rude" in any way, shape, or form. I would go insofar as to say the member who requested me to stop talking about music in this music topic was rude to do so in public instead of discussing this matter with me in private (thereby, not bringing anyone else into this issue).

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Actually, if you listen to some of the music from Yes, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, and Genesis, they were all pretty close.

Tales from Topographic Oceans and Atom Heart Mother are both along the same lines as Jethro Tull. And how can you deny the Court of the Crimson King?

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