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Hi Johan,

I asked a few ?'s already about this song on your This Ole' Heart Of Mine thread.

Perhaps you would be so kind to read my post and if you have a little time answer my inquiries please?

Rand Kelly 
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Well, I just read the lyrics to this and I guess it's been a longgggggggg time since I heard it. The title never gets sung and the theme seems to be about a very "unique" subway train driver.

Johan, did you write the lyrics to this? I would think it would be easier to sing the words you wrote as opposed to another's.
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I hate to be the one to tell you this,but I will.

Alot of us here ask John questions all the time.
Some get answered and some don't.

It's no Big Deal to some of us,cause we are used to it.

I've been on this website ever sence it came about in 1996 or 1997.


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I have noticed posts that mention white pantylones stand a better chance of getting answered.....


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pantylones?




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That ought to bring the Great One to this thread pronto!



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This ABBA was one hot babe!!!!!!!


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Hey,Paulinho---less of the 'was' !
Soul,
I don't know what is particularly perplexing about Dr,D--he is the subject of 'The Great Deceiver',and is to be found wherever there's a tritone. RP-J had a perfect vehicle for his quasi-religious texts with flattened-fifth littered Crimso tunes.In all ying there's yang, KC was no exception in those days---an antidote was always provided wherever the darkness was starting to drown illumination. The two opposing faces of the same coin were usually held in a good balance in the 72-74
squad. 'Trio','Starless','Book of Saturday' and the unheard 'Blue' were shining examples of that. Beyond this, I don't think I can help you further--besides,don't you enjoy the enigma of abstract thought?
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Hey,Paulinho---less of the 'was' !
Soul,
I don't know what is particularly perplexing about Dr,D--he is the subject of 'The Great Deceiver',and is to be found wherever there's a tritone. RP-J had a perfect vehicle for his quasi-religious texts with flattened-fifth littered Crimso tunes.In all ying there's yang, KC was no exception in those days---an antidote was always provided wherever the darkness was starting to drown illumination. The two opposing faces of the same coin were usually held in a good balance in the 72-74
squad. 'Trio','Starless','Book of Saturday' and the unheard 'Blue' were shining examples of that. Beyond this, I don't think I can help you further--besides,don't you enjoy the enigma of abstract thought?



John,
is there any chance to listen the unreleased "Blue"? 

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Definitely!  Fripp must be holding out on us!  How could he???  I'm blue!


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If there is BLUE it would be logical that there is more... 



Music does not belong in dark boxes.

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Paulinho?

Somehow I always seem to like the names you give me.

Speaking of King Crimson,my favorite KC with John is the live boxset that came out some years ago.

I just love that whole thing about the judge and the caught me licking fudge stuff.

Johnny you are the best singer they ever had.
I just wish Fripp would find the time to release a dvd of King Crimson stuff with you in it.

Anyhow I hope you and you heart are feeling A OK.

Love
Paulinho!!!!


 


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did you steal that Benny Hill head from Vegas, Paul?


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That is how it was sitting on some shelf at the wax museum.

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OMG that Benny Hill head ... I thought at first it was Robert Fripp, except for the smile 


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