Hello! Prof. Chops,
How have you been ?
While trieing to type this message,i/m listening to the cool sounds of your music triology. (Big words huh ?). Have you had the chance to check out our page & website ? I mean between World Tours ? (Ha-ha).Say chops check this nugget of wisdom out ...God is Good .Just thought i'd lay that on ya. Can i get a sample of your music..aka CD ?
Take care,until we speak again.
Hello! Chops DIVA-Queen !,
Glad you took the time to respond to an
ordinary musician,a commoner,a regular aspiring artist,a...
you get the idea !I wish you were here in Charm City.Why?
to put some "Charm" back in this city. I added a new song
late last night it's called:"Elohim"/Song of Praise ! If your slee
py,it'll wake you up. Oh by the way God loves you,even when
you don't love yourself. Nevertheless,with all that talent,flow,
and,consumate beauty,that should never,ever happen. Allright
i'm out of here,til the next fated time. I was trieing to show my
intelligence factor...How? By using the term:"fated" Smart huh?
Hello! Ms. "CHOPS !
Soooooo Smooth ! Uhmmm ! cool !
Oh ! Wow ! I have suffered a momentary mental breakdown.It's the
voice,the music,and your stunning appearance.It's tooooo mush !!
I'm sorry i've lost my ability to spell,and comprehend. ( Ha-Ha !).
When you have time (Ms. Recordin Artist ),can you examine our page
,and our websites:www.aworldofpraise.com, http:praiseunlimitedcjb.
Unlimited CJB. please e-mail: email@example.com.
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