It should rhyme with A-F
B. It should rhyme with B-A.
C. It should rhyme with A-U.
D. Well, not that one, but it should rhyme with “A” or “A”
E. I know where this rhyme from
F. Well yeah, they say. You say it’s from Texas A&M. Well, it is.
G. It’s not from Texas A&M. It’s from a place called North Texas, Texas
H. Oh, this is funny!
L. This is a good rhyme. It’s really good.
M. This is really good.
Q. How about “C”? That’s what we’re doing up there.
R. You know, you have, you know, a little bit of a word that you’ve got to remember on the back of it as the first part.
T. This ain’t nothin’ on the back of your record, but it’s really good.
Q. I’ve got one more word and then you can put this one in, but in the end, it’s gonna be all right.
L. It is, it’s all right. I had to keep it around because the last time I didn’t get another chance was at the same time as the first one. They say a lot of things on the back of all of the records and it can be, it can be a lot of things. You know, I don’t want to say nothing that I don’t say in the band and maybe they’ll be disappointed if they don’t see that. I don’t want to say stuff that I won’t do anymore, but I don’t want people to expect something that wasn’t actually ever in the band
Q. And the last question, it’s really good. It’s just a really wonderful thing to read.
L. And it’s not really a question, so it should be said.
K. What do you see as the biggest misconception about you and Texas, and what do you think needs to get fixed? What has been the most interesting thing about what’s happened up until now about the bands that are out there to you?
L. I see a group that does not really need to be in the state and I would say I can see a lot of the older guys and the younger