from GLASGOW HAIDA GWAII and INBETWEEN

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ANOTHER ONE DOWN

As indicated elsewhere the song FEET FEET FEET is my only attempt at a PUBLIC SERVICE song  For a while I thought only those

over a certain age were inclined to throw themselves around but experience has taught me that people of all ages do it

It was news that a friend had not paid heed to the message - and while I was in an upright position - that I was prompted to share it again

Feet feet feet Don't forget your feet Keep them firmly planted On the floor or on the street Or unless you're in a chair Or in your bed 

Or anywhere Being on your feet Isn't where You need to be 

 Otherwise at all times Don't forget your feet To find you are not on them Is akin to eating meat It's a truly awful feeling 

It can leave you sore and reeling For days Or even weeks 

 Don't forget your feet feet feet Don't forget your feet feet feet Don't forget your feet feet feet Don't don't don't forget your feet 

 While you're walking Or you're talking Or you're searching for your keys Or you're riding on a donkey Or you're climbing up trees 

Or indeed you're doing anything You think will be a breeze 

 Don't don't don't forget your feet Don't don't don't forget your feet Don't don't don't forget your feet Don't don't don't forget your feet 

Don't forget your feet feet feet Don't forget your feet feet feet 

Feet feet feet Don't forget your feet feet feet

DOING ALL I CAN

THE BABY RIDES A BIKE

'There are nine spoken word tracks in the following selection which  lasts almost ten minutes There is a two second gap between each of

the tracks and the hope is that they will all be listened to in the way in which they were recorded ie - in a oner

Banjo image link to EPK

Banjo image link to EPK