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Daily English 1275 - Working as a Musician

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Dialogue/Story

Harry:  Our gig for this weekend is cancelled. They booked somebody else earlier but forgot.

Debbie:  That’s a big bummer. I was counting on that gig to pay rent.

Harry:  Maybe I can get some session work at the studio.

Debbie:  I’m so sick of being broke all the time.

Harry:  I know, but this is our dream. We want to be working musicians with a recording contract and worldwide tours, right? We agreed to devote all our time and energy to our music.

Debbie:  That was the dream. The reality is that we’re not doing too well. I’m thinking of packing it in.

Harry:  You can’t! We agreed to give ourselves five years to make it. We both agreed that it’s better to have tried and failed than never to have tried at all.

Debbie:  But don’t you ever feel like giving up?

Harry:  No! All we need is one big break.

Debbie:  All right. I don’t want to think about it anymore. Let’s rehearse.

Harry:  I can’t. I’ve got to go.

Debbie:  Where to?

Harry:  To my brother’s restaurant. I agreed to wash dishes there tonight.

Debbie:  What happened to devoting all our time and energy to our music?

Harry:  Even people with dreams have to eat.

Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

Category: Entertainment + Sports


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