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Chapter 1

Delilah’s Uncle Guy owned Jukebox Lucky Seven, where she had been playing the piano ever since she was big enough to climb upon the piano stool. Once in a while just for the mischief of it, that crazy kid would break out with a wild, pounding of Perryville’s rugged, little church songs, “Oh When the Saints Go Marching In!” But mostly she stuck to what the beer drinkers liked, Pistol Packin’ Mama, I Didn’t Know the Gun was Loaded and Shotgun Boogy. Nobody thought much about the blond haired, barefoot child, born to play the piano, wearing a wash worn t-shirt and shorts. Delilah was simply part of the neighborhood. In her primary years, she swung on mulberry tree limbs, like any ordinary kid.

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