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Medley: Marching On / Where Were You Hiding? / Sixty Eight Guns / Blaze Of Glory

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  1. I’m pushing myself to finish it by the end of March which is the principal reason posts have been short and sweet of late. There’s only so much “writing time” in a day. That said, these dedications are fun for me and I hope they are for you as well. I’ll be back to longer pieces and deeper thoughts (hah!) in the near future, but, for.
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  3. Jul 15,  · At this listenings ession of the album I liked “Sixty eight guns” the most. As far as I remember it was not the best song 35 years ago! The song “Where were you hiding when the storm broke?” was the most well known song on the album, and it’s still enjoyable, but my pulse didn’t increase.
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