Top Ten Southern Rock Songs You Could Never Tire of Listening ToBritgirl
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I'll have to go through the list again. Seems odd this would be this low. Maybe it's just me? - Ned964
I totally agree, as that happens to me as well, I lose track. Touche, Mon Ami. I actually hadn't expected this song to have been submitted by you. I'm glad it was. - Ned964
Once again, your enthusiasm is satisfying (hmm;). Meant it about the naivety of the lyrics, but that doesn't mean I don't agree with the sentiment. Woulda thrown a rope around the drummer, though. Constant rim-shots out of place and a huge distraction.
Jya give this a toss yet? Naively idealistic and hippie-ass foolish, given 6,000 years of history. But sho' enough fine music:).
Yes! I totally, er, tossed it. Ha! ;) Was trying to say how much I loved it couple of days ago but it wouldn't save my comment. I love her voice; love the song! :). - Britgirl
I really love this. - Britgirl
Written by Rick Derringer, who played with Johnny Winter. He later would cover his own song, which was a Top 40 hit on rock starions.. - Ned964
Lost count of how many times I've played this. Love it so much. - Britgirl
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