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February 19, 2005

Songs in the key of 3553

Thanks to a thoughtful soul (and reader), I am now a member of iPod nation.  And after spending some time playing with my music library, I recalled that many folks (present company included) have taken to describing Booker in song.  So, for those musically inclined, I offer the following Booker playlist (which readers are, of course, encouraged to supplement):

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I am a Consultant to the US Army focused on improving soldiers lives. I came across your blog as I was searching for "3553" in relation to a birthday party theme. What do you mean by "songs in the key of 3553". I would like to incorporate this into our party as part of it's theme but need more information on the topic. Thank-you for your assistance.

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