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More than words

February 16th, 2009 at 09:35 pm

Sometimes, you stumble across something that is indeed, quite literally, More than Words can describe.

The only thing left to do... is to simply share it.

9 Responses to “More than words”

  1. JJ76 Says:

    Oh my!
    I wonder who signed his guitar?! He is terrific.
    Loved this one, too: Mission Impossible
    Someone should send it to Ellen.

  2. Broken Arrow Says:

    Who is Ellen?

  3. whitestripe Says:

    i think it might be ellen degenres? (spelling?)

    and he's great!!!

  4. Broken Arrow Says:

    mmmkay... and what's the connection between her and this song? (Apparently, I am very much out of the loop.)

  5. creditcardfree Says:

    Excellent! Thanks for sharing. Look at all the other songs he can play, too! I was partial to Living on Prayer. Maybe it's because I'm a Bon Jovi fan.

  6. Apprentice Fun-Frugalist Says:

    Wow... wow...

    I'm happy I checked in today - however briefly ! :-)

  7. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    Isn't that wonderful! Thank goodness for the musicians in this world!

    Yesterday I was listening to some flamenco guitar and remembering a kid who, when we were in second grade, was already playing flamenco. Only looking back do I understand how phenomenal that was. I wish I knew what that guy is doing today.

    And I wonder what this child will be doing twenty years from now!

  8. frugaltexan75 Says:

    He is pretty talented.

    I think the above person was mentioning alerting Ellen to this kid because she has a talk show now and sometimes spotlights talented kids.

  9. Broken Arrow Says:

    OH! I get it.

    Of course, the kid is Korean, so I don't know if that puts a damper on things. But the neat thing at least is that music is universal....

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