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The COF: Mystery of Knifley jukebox solved

Comments re article 83747 Browns Juke box played to send love song to a certain person

By the COF

The mention of the Jukebox called ta mind a recent incident.

DeVon Ledbetter an I were down at the local en busy solvin' some of the world's problems over a cuppa when suddenly we became aware of some soft music filling the room.



DeVon looked at me and said: "That's real purdy, what's it from?"

Afore I could enlighten him, our newest resident (from off- Far off) jumped in and started waxin' real poetical about the composer, the history of the piece, the ensemble playing it and how as he saw it performed live somewheres out there.

After 'bout 15 minutes, he finally wound down and strutted out the door. After a few moments whilst DeVon and I comtemplated the ways of some folk, I leant over and told him" "DeVon, it's from that little radio Maybell has under the counter."

- COF at Dun Roman
High O'er Beautiful Downtown Knifley
Where we may not be highly edjicated but we know what we need ta know.


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