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    purpletouch is offline Newbie
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    Default weight of the words

    i kinda have an idea of what this phrase means
    but could you guys explain it a lil bit more to me
    and put it in a sentence for me
    also if i say ....you feel the weight of each words more with this version of the song
    am i using it right and does the grammar sound right?
    thanks

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: weight of the words

    Quote Originally Posted by purpletouch View Post
    I kind of have an idea of what this phrase means but could you guys explain it a little bit more to me and put it in a sentence for me.

    also if I say ....you feel the weight of each words more with this version of the song
    am I using it right and does the grammar sound right?
    thanks

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