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Below is the lovely letter of introduction that was written for Nathan’s first original self-published songbook — a small, stapled compilation treasured by those lucky few to have obtained a copy.
How shall I bare the great opportune gift to greet you, the lucky smart fool, who has made the right move in opening such a treasure of collection.
As I write, my dear friend Brad strums through Nowhere From Here To Go, but lo, we’ve been stopped at the last verse, at a loss for lyric. For this very reason I am augmented with excitement (a rich, hip-full, present exaltation) by the chance that when I am in the pleasure of sitting with my own collection of these beyond-wonderous songs I will be able to sing and play them in their whole rich incantation and glory, yes!
Assuming you have not yet been introduced to these compositions I will, at once, encourage you with my strongest persuasion to collect as many recordings as you can of Nathan Moore — as his songs will most certainly fortify and influence your soul (and places that are mysterious inside of you as well as light green fields that ring in resonance of nostalgia’s resolve).
Mostly, though, I hope that you, the recipient of this song book, and I meet and that we can then sing one of these Anthems together, the one about the cross roads and the train, the one about the winter of her spring, the summer of my fall, and you don’t have to say your sorry til’ you go — Nathan Moore is an outstanding creator of songs, his craft inspires, my compliments recede embarrassed to attempt touching with words a gift like his.
I know you will enjoy this guide through Nathan’s Lyrics and Music, and I am so purely glad that you have come to these pages and that I can welcome you here to them.
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