Echo Splendour comp

Okay, so some tickets have just become available online from the organisers of Splendour In The Grass (see story elsewhere in The Scene) but you can get a double pass for free(!) through The Echos Splendour Comp. Or win some artist CDs if youre the runner-up, so you can sob and listen at home to what youre missing.

We here at The Echo have already received entries and they have displayed songwriting skills ranging from the articulate to the funny to the, well, not so bloody good.

To go in the draw to win we want you to write the lyrics to a love song which has the words splendour, grass, sticky and blister in it. (Extra points for rhyming to these words.)

Make it no longer than 100 words (shorter is fine), give it a title, and send it to editor@echonews.com with the subject heading Splendour Comp. Or drop it into The Echo office in Molesworth Street in Lismore. Or mail it to Splendour Comp, PO Box 37, Lismore, 2480. (Dont forget to attach your name and phone number.)

Entries must be received no later than 5pm on Monday, July 10. The winning entry will be published in this paper.


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