Hey guys So we got booked to back this guy on a session for a song he's written about Adelaide (my hometown) for our national Australia Day celebrations. We get the charts, very easy song. All the expected chords in the expected order etc. Session is going well, rhythm tracks down fairly quickly etc. Anyway, I go into the control room where this guy (about 50) is chatting to the engineer, and he is very excited about how great his song is. He's gonna get sheet music printed so he can send it to all the primary schools so every kid in Australia can learn his song. He's going to send it to every radio station in the land. He's even been offered a gig playing his song at a local carpet warehouse (!) He turns to me and shouts "We've got a hit on our hands here!!!" He asks me if our band want to have our photo taken with him for our own publicity opportunites. I just didn't have the heart to tell him his song was ordinary and that it wasn't likely to ignite the charts. Anyone else have stories to share about working with dreamers?