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Click Here is an interesting exercise anyone can do, if you have a computer. Use your birthday, go back 9 months. Google the top songs of that era in time. It will be the songs you listened to in the womb. You just may be able to connect with the vibrations you were formed with. Let us know how you connected. Thumbs Up cheers

Good luck Click
 
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Hmm... "One eyed, one horned, flying purple people eater..?" ROTFLMAO

(Actually I was 5 in 1958, loved that tune!)


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Elvis was top 10 when I was conceived. I am connected and confused. This is a fun idea, but it was not mine. Hope everyone enjoys getting connected to the rhythm that was in the air back when....
 
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It told me that only sheet music was available then and mom seldom spent time at grandmothers when she was playing the piano. She evidently did hum as she split wood while dad was out hunting food for dinner or doing field work so there would be stores for winter.
If you believe this you might believe Houston could win the world series.
whoops!


I was taught to respect my elders but it is getting harder to find them!
 
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