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Sung half in german half in english... with woaooah oh oh... in the same album where he wants a kiss from Kathleen Turner...

"It ain´t nothing to me" - Johnny Winter

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Matinee - Franz Ferdinand

Sue, I know so little about Franz ferdinand... I guess I saw this video but I´m not sure... he was on a TV set maybe? I promise to learn my contemporary History...

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"And every one of them words rang true

And glowed like burnin' coal

Pourin' off of every page

Like it was written in my soul from me to you,

Tangled up in blue."

Great song, very unusual storyline. Kind of sad the way he's always searching for her... Covered by Indigo Girls, Grateful Dead, Great White and Whitlams. Bob was also known to change the lyrics quite often when playing live.

Fake plastic trees - Radiohead

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Sad song... talks about her fake earth for her plastic plants, and her man who was doing plastic surgery. "A simple twist of fake" (hope you guess the joke...)

"The ghost in you" - Psychedelich Furs

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"Bad Love" - Eric Clapton

Won BestRock Vocal Performance-Male Grammy in 1991, Clapton's first as a solo artist.

"I'm Looking Through You" by the Beatles (what I'm listening to at the moment)

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Eddie Van Halen scrapes a beer bottle down the neck of the guitar to get the 'whooshing effect' in the song. That's a fact. I heard him say it in an interview.

Sweet City Woman ~ The Stampeders

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"Well, I´m on my way, to the city life

To a pretty face that shines her light on the city nights

And I gotta catch a noon train

Gotta be there on time

Oh, it feels so good to know she waits at the end of the line

Swee-ee-eet, sweet city woman

I can see your face, I can hear your voice, I can almost touch you

Swee-ee-eet, sweet city woman

Oh my banjo and me, we got a feel for singin´, yeah, yeah,"

:guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar: :guitar:

This is another tune that could be listed under the Top 100 one-hit wonders. I like it. It also has a verse sung in French; it pretty much says "This is good, good, good" over and over. The chorus is cool, though.

New song:

"Catch Me Now I'm Falling" - The Kinks

:afro: :afro: :afro: :rockon: :rockon:

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Can we keep playing in the mean time?

New song:

"Catch Me Now I'm Falling" - The Kinks

:afro: :afro: :afro: :rockon: :rockon:

Catch Me Now I'm Falling by The Kinks was released in 1979 on the album 'Low Budget'. The song was written by Dave Davies, and in it he takes on the role of America, plagued with problems domestically, calling out for help:

"But now that I need you,

You won’t give me a second glance,

now I’m calling all citizens from all over the world,

This is captain america calling"

As America in the song, Davies also reminds the rest of the world that they owe him:

"When you were broke you would come to me

And I would always pull you round

Now I call your office on the telephone

And your secretary tells me that she’s sorry,

But, you’ve gone out of town"

New song: Rock And Roll All Nite - KISS

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