Q: One of Procol Harum’s albums has a run of three consecutive songs whose titles contain words that end in '-ly'. (list of titles here)
letter of the day is the least-frequently-occurring (or
letter of the words that form the title of the track that follows that trio
of songs – in the original album running-order
Example: imagine a Procol album containing a run of three consecutive songs whose titles contain words ending in '-ly' – Going Down Slowly, Fly to Learn, and An Old Dream of Italy – directly followed by a piece entitled Juicy Jack Flash. Your letter of the day would be 'F', because that's the initial letter that occurs less often than the other initials ('J' and 'J') in the title words of the song following the three '-ly' tunes..
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