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August 10, 2012


Ould Maaïke

P.S. There was a time when all I knew about love - I had found it in the Beatles'songs. One song would be "And I love her" but it is built upon disconnected memories.
A good one is "Yesterday once more" ... I was in love but she was not thinking about me and never was. "She's a woman" is a good song too. "Roses of Picardy" I discovered recently - a great war's song. "A wither shade of pale" ... nothing new.
Songs like "Yesterday" are nice, beautiful or pathetic but, as they may talk for some people about love, for me they don't ; there's just the perfection of the music piece.

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