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Old 01-27-2001, 12:42 PM   #5
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Something that I've thought about doing is putting a few songs on a tape and bringing my hand held tape player with me. Then at a break sit and listen to the songs to get ready to lead them. I got that idea from my fellow Hoosier moderator. I've also seen guys do that at dances.

I'm rather new to singing. Especially to Southern music. I can do ok in singing along, but mentally I'm just not comfortable in leading. (Ask TMS about the train wreck I caused at practice on Tuesday.) I'll get there one day. Our head singer even says that leading gourd songs can be tough. There are so many of them and often times they are very similar.

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