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1 hour ago, boogielicious said:

When I think of walk up music it has to be where the opening riff of the song is instantly recognized, profound and high energy.

It can be, but it can also be this:

 

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As much as I like for it to be something badass, like Enter Sandman or Mama Said Knock You Out, but in reality, it would probably be Yakety Sax

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3 minutes ago, jetsknicks1 said:

If I end up signing this in my head the rest of the day, I’m coming for you.

Nobody made you click on it 😜

Baby shark doo doo doo do do doooo

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