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This one was inspired by a folk-singer, my niece, and a former neurotic co-worker.
I attended a Dar Williams concert in February of 2008 at the Avalon Theater in Maryland, along with the meet-n-greet afterwards. While I was waiting in line, there was a young girl who had a picture of herself with Mz. Williams, taken previously at another concert. This little girl�s aunt made custom jewelry, and helped her niece make Dar a pair of earrings. Needless to say, when it was her turn to talk to the singer/songwriter, Dar Williams was very gracious and attentive to this little girl, taking out her own earrings and putting in the pair this girl had made, just for her. I thought to myself, �Wow, you really can see a person�s inner beauty. How can that be embodied to make at least one child at every concert venue feel that special? Simple, write a children�s song.�
Needless to say, as long as that girl is alive, she will always remember Dar Williams.
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