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I'm more verbal than mathematical so this is perfect for my learning style so I have to thank you for this.

I sometimes have free improvised at home by thinking of words and phrases to express my emotions and feelings as I play. Music has mood and if you are not feeling and thinking in the mood that you want your notes to express than your music does not ring true. You can't play a love song thinking of words that express hate or negative emotions, can you? Listen to this clip to hear the perfect example of what I mean. George was not just playing the notes of the song here, he was singing the lyrics here and what is more important, feeling them and expressing their meaning in his playing. When he sang "I love You" he meant it as can clearly be seen in Don's reaction.

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