My name is Darwin Scheel. I have built this marvelous tag repository, DNSTags.com, to share with anyone who is a barbershop tag fanatic, just like me!
DNSTags.com is full of tags that I've collected over the years. Some are simple and beautiful, others are more challenging but every single one is worth taking the time to learn, and share with others.
Some of these tags are hidden away and require a password to access; i.e. Tags not visible by owner request. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you'd like to see or download these special gems.
At DNSTags.com, there are two unique qualities that make my tag collection different from others; first, all of the these tags have gone through my quality filter before being added to the collection and second, all of these tags have been rated for difficulty using a 1 - 5 scale, easy to hard.
I am always looking for awesome new tags or great tags that are not already in my tag collection so please send tags my way for review and if they meet my quality standards, they will be added to my tag collection and be uploaded to DNSTags.com to share with tag lovers throughout the world!
Go to View All Tags; this single webpage contains all the tags in my collection, currently 738 Tags! Here you can search, sort, view, and download any tags in my collection making the View All Tags webpage the single, one-stop location for getting your tag fix!
DNSTags.com also provides Tag Teaching Guidelines; the tools and information on how to teach tags and encourage successful tag singing sessions.
Are you interested in hosting a Tag Party!?!? You can find great ideas and documents here for putting together an awesome Tag Party!
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Gonna sit right here and rock my cares away. Bob Jones.
You - In love with you (in love with you). Mac Huff, 1974.
Tears, my tears, my tears. Paul Davis, Director, Cambridge Chord Co. UK.
Silent (O Holy Night!) night, holy night, (on that) silent night. Paul Olguin, December 2008.
I love you so, my Michelle, my Michelle.