A pen and a rough sheet would reside close to the music system. A cassette would roll clockwise and let song out of the devise. As the song starts, ears & hand would work in tandem. Listening to the song,
It was now the job of the eyes to scan & look out for blanks. Having scanned the page, the hand would be instructed to press the rewind button on the system. Second time - the song would be played and this time, the pen would only fill the blanks.
Attempting a 3rd time rewind would need approvals. Frequent rewinds could affect the cassette's health; put the music system at risk. Its only after sufficient pleadings the brain would grant approval for the 3rd and final rewind. This time, very cautiously the pen would take down missing notes and complete song on the sheet.
Having achieved this task, the sheet will walk up to the Lyrics Book. The impressively decorated Lyrics Book would jot down all the lyrics in a neat and tidy manner. Thus the lyrics would find its home for the rest of their life..
I was disposing some old music cassettes. One "cassette case" got nostalgic and narrated the above incident to me, It did not know, the brain, the hands & the eyes were mine. The pen & the Lyrics Book were owned by me.
This post is a part of Ultimate Blogging Challenge - July 2014 - Day 10
My Theme for this week - Technology