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I WILL LOVE YOU EVERLY

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The instruments, clear and lovely,
Matched and balanced by genes
And by years of practice.
Singing with their Daddy
In cowboy outfits,
Then on their own,
All cheekbones and haircuts
In the 50s,
Waking up Little Susie,
Saying Bye-bye Love,
Being Cathy's Clown.
Their voices bending, curling
Dipping like twin kites,
Locked together 
In an architecture 
Of layering melodies,
Bracing, crossing, 
Peeling away,
Leaving 
A helix of harmony,
Sometimes filled with
A brief solo by Don
Instead of Phil
But mostly together - 
Everly.
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