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    The new Bad Religion single was released yesterday. As I predicted I would, I'm listening to it over and over and over again.


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    Cure me
    Or kill me
    Don't leave me here
    For dead

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    Cure me
    Or kill me
    But don't leave me here
    For dead


    I learned this song yesterday.
    Took me a while, like 10/15 minutes, but, I think I got it. Also today, playing this,
    I went into playing For Whom the Bell Tolls by Metallica straight after then found another/better way of playing Money by Pink Floyd, and I thank playing this song for that discovery, even though chord wise, these songs aren't much a like, For Whom the Bell Tolls got me into that other/more effective way I found of playing Money, but playing Cure Me or Kill Me, 'my own way which, I like what I do with a certain note so, I'm running with it', got me into playing For Whom the Bell Tolls, because I found a chord that those 2 songs had; Cure Me or Kill Me and For Whom the Bell Tolls.

    Anyway, I started playing this song yesterday, took a little getting used to but, I like what I've got... With it all said, Cure Me or Kill Me isn't that complex, once you know what you're doing.

    I'm ilikeitlikethat. (Duh). I play lead/rythm guitar and, I have a Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Standard that I had a set of Seymour Duncan Alnico II Pro Humbuckers put into and, this song is in the key of Eb/D#, I believe. Playing this song, jamming out to it, this song actually has a fun riff to jam along to, plus me being me, I freelance/octave stuff too, and wing stuff and keep stuff I like and/try to find/match the original, too.

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    To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
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    Music provides one of the clearest examples of a much deeper relation between mathematics and human experience.

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    "Everyone who believes in telekinesis, raise my hand."

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