I know a joke about a Rabbit, a Buzzard and a Turtle, but that is for another time.
You are obviously a polished performer, whereas I have to tie people to their chairs in order to make them listen.
When I get my audience securely bound, I can then only offer them a choice between two accordions. One is an old Galotta, whilst the other is a slightly less old Chanson.
Brenda & I often visit our favourite rural locations, where I play to audiences of sheep, cattle and horses. The sheep seem to appreciate most musical genres, but are most fond of Elvis Pressley numbers. The cattle, I must say, are quite enigmatic. Horses love "Wild Mountain Thyme" and passing dogs love, as you may guess, "The Wild Rover."
Other members of our Folk Club(s) have more subtle tastes, and I always try to play something very melodic for them. It usually goes quite well.
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