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Re: Your first song

Point au Pin on a piano accordion, but that didn't work. Then Tit monde on a two row diatonic playing on one row.
La Port d'en Arriére was the first on a ten button box.

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Madame Sosthene, and i still like to play it.

What was your first Joey?


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Je Passe Devant ta Porte, followed by JCD. I think it is easier that 99 year waltz.

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Colinda, from Nonc Allee Young, by way of Larry MIller.

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Wildwood Flower, from Big Nicks box lessons

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Madame Bozo...or something close to it..

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Hey Joey! Looks like you got a top 10 so far! Ha!


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I think that my first was a shaky version of High Point Two Step from Dirk's video. My cousin and I decided to record ourselves on a little tape recorder last night. We did High Point and a couple of other songs to the tune of a case and half of Bud Light. Really good time. I just wish I could sing

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Did you notice yourself getting better with each beer?

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Ohhhhhhhhh yeah.....but that is the bad part about using a recorder...not quite the same effect the next day..lol

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Funny, my recorder does that to me too.

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