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Deep In It

The Story Of A Girl And Her Guitar

7 January 1975
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T.S. Eliot once said that he measured his life in coffee spoons. I measure my life in chords.

To borrow the words of John Mayer: If you're reading this and you have an instrument in your lap...get to work, and deep in it. We need you and what you do.

I read those words in the liner notes of Continuum while sitting on the floor of my room, my guitar in my lap and a pick between my fingers. This is the promise I made that day...to those words and to myself. This is me getting to work and deep in it. This is the journey of me and my guitar.

Enjoy the ride. Come along if you feel inspired.


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