Halloween Songwriting Exercise by Dave Jay

Halloween Songwriting Exercise by Dave Jay I decided to challenge myself to write a song for Halloween just to see what I’d come up with, and then just throw it up here…so, though for now it’s just the basis of an idea, I am happy to share it in your virtual loot bag…enjoy! 10/31/11 Enjoy!

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Published: 2011-10-31 21:03:36
Halloween Songwriting Exercise by Dave Jay

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