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Which song would you like to have written?

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Heck, never mind writing it....I'd be satisfied with just being able to PLAY it like Lynyrd Skynyrd does!!! :punk:

You think "Freebird" is difficult. Have go at Skynyrd's "I know a little". That'll test you.:brickwall:

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no66y    0

Sooooo many to choose from.

In no order

Parisienne walkways - Gary Moore

Diary of a Madman - Ozzy Osbourse

Whole lotta Rosie - AC/DC

Run to the Hills - Iron Maiden

Open your Eyes - Alter Bridge

Snowblind - Black Sabbath (infact any early sabs stuff)

and a thousand more :yeahhh:

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chiefsjen    0

my songs would be:

anything by the stones

Two Suns in the Sunset by pink floyd

you really got me by the kinks

bookends by simon & garfunkel

stand or fall by the fixx

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The times they are a changing- Bob Dylan

Blowing in the wind------------Bob Dylan

Badge------------------------Cream

Ships in the night-------------Beebop Deluxe

Fool to cry--------------------Rolling stones, in fact anything by the Stones

"Johnny begoode" think of the royalty's

Anything by the Beatles

Anything by Eric Clapton

Anything by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Anything by the Eagles

Anything by Simon and Garfunkle

I can think of a lot lot more.:guitardude:

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Kraco    0

The national anthem, I'd love everyone to stand up for me each time it was played. lol

I'd say just about anything by the Eagles, I think they have some of the best lyrics in there songs.

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Time_Lord    0

Virtually anything by Roy Harper, but especially 'When an Old Cricketer leaves the Crease' I've left instructions that it should be played when I turn my face to the wall.

Bob Dylan's Dream. The lyrics are so simple but so evocative.

Robert Johnson Travelling Riverside Blues.

Fleetwood Mac, Man of the World. Never managed to sing it through without breaking up.

Four Strong Winds by Ian Tyson but only ever sounds right with Neil Young's plaintive wail.

But I couldn't write a song to save my life, I'm just so glad that there is so much good stuff out there.

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Hey    0

HEy, good topic... Mine would be:

Jason Webley: Map

I could think of a million more, but that songs lyrics is probally some of the most interesting lyrics I ever heard. Even if he just strummed one chord and raped the lyrics I would still like it.

Theres a million more, but i just wanted to chose one... And yes, theres a lot of bob dylan songs I wish I wrote;)

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eddiez152    129

Bryan Adams, Have you ever really loved a women.

Elton Johns, Goodbye Norma Jean, Yellow Brick Road.

Dylan, Most of them.

Arlo Guthrie, City of New Orleans

Katie Melua, Nine Million Bicycles. Closest Thing To Crazy

eddiez152

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