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where the green grass grows
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eoj02
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could someone post a vid of playing "Where the green grass grows" by tim mcgraw?  i would like to play it, but i can't find music or any video for it

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Go to YouTube... Tim McGraw where the green grass grows.

there are several versions

                                        violin-student

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Nice sound and I always appreciate any performer that I can understand the words!

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"The richest person is not the one who has the most,
but the one who needs the least."

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You only get one page for free. Course, you can always play it over and over. $5.25 USD for the remaining two pagesk, but FM found it.  cheerleader

                      

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April 20, 2012 - 4:58 pm
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I know.....most of us are so weird about money right?
To give you an example, I sometimes go out with my wife and blow lot's of money on food, drinks and a big tip, then I get online and don't want to spend $5 on a piece of sheetmusic or an electronic download for some great music listening.

How strange is that ????????

"The richest person is not the one who has the most,
but the one who needs the least."

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Fiddlerman said
then I get online and don't want to spend $5 on a piece of sheetmusic or an electronic download for some great music listening.

How strange is that ????????

LOL Pierre - you have spoiled us so much we expect everyone to put their work up for free, even if it isn't in the public domain yet.

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It is super weird I know. Same thing with me, I'm trying to save for new strings but keep spending my saved money on other stuff frown it's like, I DO want new strings but since these ones are not broken, I feel bad at changing them right away lol.

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Yep, everyone is willing to spend a lot on a good time and love their music but are not willing to spend a dime towards the music industry. It's sad for sure.

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Yep, everyone is willing to spend a lot on a good time and love their music but are not willing to spend a dime towards the music industry. It's sad for sure.

An old schoolmate of mine in the music industry just sold subscriptions to the new stuff he is working on. Brilliant if it works out for him - he has some ready cash while he is working/not touring and his diehard fans get downloads of his new stuff before anyone else. Sort of a modern version of the patronage model of 200 years ago.

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