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New Year's Eve 2010/2011 Party Time

Following a Scrabble game (where I thought all the tiles I picked up were blank because I was too daft to turn them over) and after much booze and a great walk up a hill to see loads of wicked fireworks we settled back into Nick's front room for our first moments of the New Year. Sat by a roaring fire I decided to compose everyone a lovely song using the new app on my Phone, Ovi Loop.

Note: The audio on this site will only work on browsers that support the html5 audio tag and implement it properly. At the moment only Opera 11, IE9 and Chrome 9 work properly for me. Firefox and Opera can play the audio but it doesn't loop it like it should.

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