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3 hours ago, snapfade said:

 I'm going to say Prince. Seems like I heard that somewhere.  Not a fan of either one of them so I can't say for sure, but that's my guess.

I was going to say Prince as well. If I had to guess someone else, I dunno, Randy Newman?

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4 hours ago, snapfade said:

 I'm going to say Prince. Seems like I heard that somewhere.  Not a fan of either one of them so I can't say for sure, but that's my guess.

 

58 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

I was going to say Prince as well. If I had to guess someone else, I dunno, Randy Newman?

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12 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

That's the first I've heard from them.   I like it!  Thanks for sharing.

Glad you like it! Chris Cornell was one of my favorite musicians.

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Susanna Hoffs might be the best looking 51-year-old I've ever seen (by this video):

 

It's 10 years old, and yeah, she's 61 now. But yeah, still seems to look pretty good from the earlier video.

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