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    folkpoet80 is offline Guitarist
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    Lightbulb Jeete Hain Hum - Written & Composed by Me

    Couple nights ago I came up with kind of a sad tune and then sat down later and put down some words to go along. I invite people to take a dig at this Hindi song I wrote and composed couple days ago for someone.



    Letís see if anyone has any comments on the song. I am always looking for peopleís comments on my compositions.
    Thank you.
    The last puff of the day-wind brought from the unseen villages the scent of damp wood-smoke, hot cakes, dripping undergrowth, and rotting pine- cones. That is the true smell of the Himalayas, and if once it creeps into the blood of a man, that man will at the last, forgetting all else, return to the hills to die.

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    stranger_in_ny is offline Beginner
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    congrats on your own composition! well done

    you should try setting your own vocal quality and move away from the typical
    It's better to burn out, than to fade away - Neil Young (RIP Kurt Cobain)

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