That is what it sang as it was carried out the door. That Kasha tenor made of the wildest, craziest piece of Cocobolo I have ever seen sang in its deep and mellow voice.
But it found a happy home, and here is its happy new owner, George W. who drove up from Puyallup to claim it.
Enjoy it George, I doubt I will ever find another piece of wood like that. George is a player and he will enjoy playing the Kasha and its Torrified soundboard into it's maturity.