where did the phrase play it by ear come from

The phrase was coined by a radio host who wanted to call out the fact that she was playing a very popular song on a very slow, even boring song. To make matters worse, the radio host was actually playing the song on a radio station that was really hard to get into. It made for a great title, so I started using it to describe just about anything I do.

The phrase was popularized by a radio host who was having a hard time getting into a station. The phrase stuck because it describes this very situation in the best possible way.

My friend Jason, who’s from the south, thought it was funny because of the radio station thing, and I thought it was a great title. I just wanted to let you know that the phrase is a great example of what I mean by what “word of mouth” can do.

And, that’s it.

The phrase began being used about the same time as “it’s totally my fault” and other phrases. It’s a great way to say that, as well as describe a situation that’s not actually your fault.

That’s probably why I came up with that phrase myself. Although I can’t say I was any good at the radio thing… I think my friend Jason was. I used to think that people who used words like “play it by ear” meant they were generally clueless about how the phrase was supposed to be used. It’s always been a little hard to figure out what they were actually talking about, because words like “play it by ear” have been around for a long time.

I think it is the fact that the phrase has been around for so long makes it an easily-misused one, and that is what makes it interesting. The phrase was originally coined by a radio DJ in the mid-nineties to describe the concept of the “play it by ear” approach to radio. The radio DJ was asked what she wanted on air, and she said that she wanted to play by ear.

The phrase seems to be a combination of the word play it by ear and the word by ear approach to radio.

The phrase seems to be a combination of the word play it by ear and the word by ear approach to radio.

That is really interesting to me, because I think there is a lot more to the phrase than what you mentioned. I mean, it seems to be a combination of the word play it by ear and the word by ear approach to radio. I mean, it seems to be a combination of the word play it by ear and the word by ear approach to radio. I mean, it seems to be a combination of the word play it by ear and the word by ear approach to radio.

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