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Letters To Linda by Bradley Silvius
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Letters To Linda

by Bradley Silvius

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An old man reminisces with a young man -- a seeker looking for a mentor -- about his (the old man's) wasted life pursuing mediocre business success and totally neglecting his long-suffering life. This must be the horrible backstory to Willie Nelson's "You Were Always On My Mind", one of the most fascile and lame "love songs" ever written. Even worse, the whole thing turns out to have been a dream. Uggh. ( )
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