“Washington Island” by Jeff Talmadge: Chords and Lyrics Followers of this blog know that I want my blog to focus on interviews, reviews, presentation of some of my own original work, and lyrics of songs you can’t find elsewhere. Asics Aoldes buy albion gold For a good while, Jeff Talmadge has been one of my favorite Americana poets and folksingers.
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