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Glory

Even if you never get to perform at Wembley (that’s either a massive stadium in London or one of the Fraggles - in this case, the stadium), the feeling of moving anyone anywhere with music is a pretty glorious one. Whether it’s on stage in a club or twenty feet underground in a subway terminal, you are bringing light and magic into people’s otherwise dreary daily lives. Incidentally, you may want to check out the subway terminals in your area, by the way. You may be spending a lot of time there.

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