By Bill Black
These poems were edited and polished in exhibits and recording studios. they create laughs, sighs, a couple of tears and moments you'll want to percentage aloud.
This assortment is almost all of 3 CDs and an audio ebook contribution set spanning from 2002 to 2012. it's a lighter perspective from the writer of "Old Eyes, gray Souls."'
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Cattlemen At The Cantina by Bill Black