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Before we met, 
but when was that? 
There are more of questions 
than of anything. 

I was born, yes. Once I learned to play the piano. My mother was like a brick.

There have been so many houses called home, days called today and then yesterday, I thought

tomorrow I will. Something. The piano tuner will come and then again I will play.

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