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after extensive research ( i found a margaret brown was a childrens book author.... i wonder if thats what the songs about. normall i wouldnt say anything, but i bet thats what it is. chad would do that wouldnt he
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let no topic on this board go unheeded. this one has been heeded


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i was thinking the same thing when i saw the name, who the heck is margaret brown. Well i did a little research before seeing this thread and came to find that she is a woman who did a bunch of research on social sciences. Stuff like relations between people and government, mistreatings etc. Seeing as chad is into writing songs about the mistreating of people (open up) (state inspector) that is the conclusion i draw.
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margaret brown wrote the famous childrens book - Goodnight Moon, im sure all of u are familiar with it. She died in like her 40s from a burst appendix. But she was still a prolific author of childrens books. Plus goodnight moon is the shiz. Good night message board, good night desk, good night old lady in the yellow chair, i think.

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I was thinking more along the bloodline of Honey Brown, a.k.a Greg Brown. Speaking of Honey Brown, who was at the first E-Factory show when Dispatch played Outloud-Happy Birthday Honey shit


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goodnight moon.....a contender for best children's book EVER (in my opinion of course)


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