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#5025 - 08/04/00 12:45 AM endomusia
Loc: Long Beach, CA, USA
Re: old post about "haunting melody"
endomusia — Silent recall of a melody; endomusia often appears as a type of obsessive thought.
Psychiatric Dictionary; 4th ed., Hinsie and Campbell
#5026 - 08/04/00 08:48 AM Re: endomusia
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
>>endomusia — Silent recall of a melody; endomusia often appears as a type of obsessive thought.
Thanks, Mike-O. I get that every so often; fortunately it never lasts long.
Also--want to clarify that I wasn't jumping on you for using the word stupid--I use it myself to mean exactly that sort of thing (leaving young children alone so the adults can go have a good time). It just struck a chord in me in that context due to my work experiences.
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