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This one came to mind this morning.  I love the intro guitar riff.

"Yeah, running down a dream that never would come to me

Workin' on a mystery, goin' wherever it leads"

 

 

 

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@Jani Our band does that one and if we do it in a set - they always ask us to do it again. I love singing and playing it and our lead player NAILS it everytime.

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I remember this song so well - and right after the Jerry Lewis Telethon - went and rehearsed with a band and played this song

 

 

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Absolutely LOVE this song - she is one of my favorite writers - here is some of her solo work - while the Shakes are on  hiatus.

 

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LABOR DAY WEEKEND .... I remember watching Jerry Lewis Telethon and then learning and playing the following song after with a bunch of guys I met at my new job and getting together on Labor Day Monday - Tom Scholz was from my home town....

MORE THAN A FEELING

 

https://youtu.be/4N7qdcBJzJs

 

https://youtu.be/mrEzoa9-I8g

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Why is it that sometimes the link for YouTube shows the video photo and sometimes not?

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@20th & J Sacramento?️‍? I’m hanging out to have some fun instead of staying home, peeps come down to meet ? I’m in a white Addas pride shirt and red shorts.

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Loved this song the moment I first heard it in California where I lived for a few years and Bruce Hornsby and Level 42 - I was running and became anorexic but these 3 songs got me through and headed toward healing. THANK YOU DINA @Dinaki

 

 

 

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