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Heart of Gold is my favorite Neil Young song, and actually one of my all-time favorite songs by anyone. I can even deal with his whiny nasaly voice on that song, it's just that good! And it also supports my long-held belief that every song that features a harmonica is a good song... B)

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X2 like J Gilles band and Tom Petty! Edited by jaftygas
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There's a sign on the wall but she wants to be sure
'Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings.
In a tree by the brook, there's a songbird who sings,
Sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven

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There's a sign on the wall but she wants to be sure

'Cause you know sometimes words have two meanings.

In a tree by the brook, there's a songbird who sings,

Sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven

Zep, Stairway.

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I gave you my heart

And I tried ot make you happy

And you gave me nothing in return

You know it ain't so hard to say

Would you please just go away

The Commodores, Sail On. :)

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They laugh at our clothes, they laugh at our hair

The girls walk by with the nose in the air.

So go ahead, put us down

One of these days we will turn it around

Won't be long, mark my words

:lol: ...the time has come for revenge of the nerds. I think this was Oingo Boingo?

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You didn't like Neil when he was with the Buffalo Springfield ?

can't really say. didn't do a lot of listening to Buffalo Springfield. didn't Stills do most of the lead singing for them? I don't know, just didn't like his voice, I do have "cinnamon girl" on 45 though. so I guess he can't be all bad.

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I guess I thought you'd be here forever

Another illusion I chose to create

You don't know what ya got until it's gone

And I found out a little too late

don't know if the title is right..

hardest thing to break - Chicago

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I was born in the backwoods

Of a two-bit nowhere town

Fathered up some rock 'n' roll, baby

So you mothers could boogie down

I ain't whistling, Dixie

No, I'm a rebel with a groove, yeah

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