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2 years ago
Getting sucked for 50 minutes, crazy
1 year ago
PERFECT
2 years ago
Yo is that motherfucking Frozone?
2 years ago
It baffles me that the male individual with the title, frozone, isn't in search of his the outfit of super powers.
2 years ago
Like if you believe hand holding is the best kink
1 year ago
I really wished he would clap those fine ass cheeks
2 years ago
Guys, I'm working on a really simple chord progression and can anyone help me about how can I color this chord progression and make it more interesting? I'm doing E - C#m - G# - A - B - E, a simple I,vi, iii, IV, V, I. I'm wondering where it wold be nice to fit the F#m or the D#mb5, but also where it would be nice to use inversion on the chords
4 months ago
unless you're using g#m, that G# chord is a V/vi chord bruh! try using an f#7b5 after the A chord, use the second inversion
1 year ago
maybe do some sort of passing chores in between the chords instead of adding new ones
1 year ago
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