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"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (Music)

"You remember my guitar. That's where it gently weeps."

"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" is the name of a Beatles song from the band's eponymous album, also called The White Album. Written by George Harrison, it features his friend Eric Clapton on lead and was inspired by Harrison's Eastern-influenced mindset. Piz, a music geek, would find his little quip hilarious, unlike the rest of the non-music-geek world, who would find it silly.

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