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Three-Dog-Night-Shambala_2

Song: Shambala 

Artist: Three Dog Night 

Originally Released:1973

Chilliwack--Fly-at-night_2

Song: Fly at Night 

Artist: Chilliwack 

Originally Released:1977

Im-tired_2

Song: I'm Tired 

Artist: Savoy Brown

Originally Released:1965

I-put-a-spell-on-you_2

Song: I Put A Spell On You

Artist: Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Originally Released:1956

BlindFaithBlindFaith_2

Song: 

Can't Find My Way Home

Artist: Blind Faith

 

Originally Released:1969

Robert-johnson_Judge-Day_2

Song: If I Had Possession

Artist: Robert Johnson

Originally Released:1936

Shirlells--babay-its-you_2

Song: Baby It's You

Artist: The Shirelles

Originally Released:1961

Shelby-Lynn-_-Your-Lies_2

Song: Your Lies

Artist: Shelby Lynne

Originally Released:1999

Save-the-world_2

Song: I'd Love To Change the World

Artist: Ten Years After

Originally Released:1971

Dreams_2

Song: Dreams 

Artist: Allman Brothers

Originally Released:1989

Led-Zepplin_Ramble-On_2

Song: Ramble On

Artist: Led Zeppelin

Originally Released:1969

Dreams

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The boys in the band had to record this song, especially John, it was his all-time favorite when he was a young teenager learning all those guitar licks.

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Dreams_1

Song: Dreams 

Artist: The Alman Brothers

Originally Released:1989

Songwriter:Greg Allman

Publisher:EMI Unart Catalog Inc.

Dreams

Lyrics


Just one more morning, I had to wake up with the blues

Pulled myself out of bed ya, put on my walking shoes

Went up on the mountain, to see what I could see

The whole world is fallin’, right down in front of me

Chorus:

Cause I’ve been hung up, on dreams I’ll never see, oh baby

Oh help me baby, oh, this will surely be, the end of me ya

Just one more morning, I had to wake up with the blues

Pulled myself out of bed ya, put on my walking shoes

Pull myself together, put on a new face

Climb down off hilltop baby, get back in the race

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Pull myself together, put on a new face

Climb down off hilltop baby, get back in the race

Chorus:

Cause I’ve been hung up, on dreams I’ll never see, oh baby

Oh help me baby, oh, this will surely be, the end of me ya



Did you know..?

Molly Hatchet is the self-titled debut album by American southern rock band Molly Hatchet, released in 1978 (see 1978 in music). Molly Hatchetcomes out of the chute kicking and screaming on this, the band's debut effort. With obvious influences including fellow Floridians Lynyrd Skynyrd, as well as the Allman Brothers, Mountain, and any number of other hard rock bands, Hatchet didn't take long to catch on with what would become legions of fans. Songs like "Bounty Hunter" and the cover of the Allman Brothers Band's "Dreams I'll Never See" helped to build a solid base of fans who still hold tight to their Molly Hatchet rock & roll dreams. All in all, a splendid debut album from a band that, in true Southern fashion, has had its share of ups and downs. And Danny Joe Brown proves that he is a singer to be reckoned with.