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    Look Over Yonder - Fred Neil - Do You Ever Think Of Me? (CD)

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    1. Yorg

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      The lead single and sixth track, "Look What You Made Me Do", is a dark dance-pop, electropop and electroclash song, that moves from sparse verses, to a crescendo build in the pre-chorus, dropping into the downtempo chorus with a dynamic shift; the chorus is largely a capella with percussions, sampling the melody of the hit "I'm Too Sexy" by British group Right Said Fred.
    2. Tokinos

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      "Creeque Alley" is an autobiographical hit single written by John Phillips and Michelle Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas in , narrating the story about how the group was form.
    3. Akitaxe

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      4. Look over Yonder 5. Fools Are a Long Time Coming 6. Looks Like Rain 7. Roll on Rosie Some are quite long and rambling. They are wonderful examples of Neil's exceptional ability on string guitar and his voice, which has a resonance equal to that of his guitar. If you like a mellow voice, low-key blues, and great songwriting, you'll enjoy.
    4. Tautilar

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      Get all the lyrics to songs on Do You Ever Think of Me? and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
    5. Taugar

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      If you drive around Back in our old hometown I wonder do you think of me When you drive by a school Do you remember two fools I wonder do you think of me And remember the park Where you struck the spark To a fire that’s still burning A hole in my heart Then on graduation day You just drifted away I wonder do you think of me And remember those.
    6. Vonris

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      Jun 18,  · California shines on a repertoire including Hey Joe, Wild Thing, the beginnings of Look Over Yonder, Shotgun and Like A Rolling Stone. One night at the Café Au Go Go, California starts playing slide using the neck of a sawn-off 7-Up bottle while James/Hendrix guns down a fat riff.
    7. Gulabar

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      01 Ideology 02 No One Knows Nothing Anymore 03 Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key 04 -banter- 05 Do Unto Others 06 All You Fascists Are Bound to Lose 07 I Ain't Got No Home 08 -banter- 09 The Space Race Is Over 10 The Milkman of Human Kindness 11 To Have and to Have Not 12 Levi Stubbs' Tears 13 Goodbye Goodbye 14 -banter- 15 My Flying Saucer
    8. Shashura

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      So, I won’t be disappointed if you don’t re-respond, and don’t expect you to do so, maybe someone else in the comments could chime in, but the whole reason of bringing consciousness into the equation was to avoid the answer you just gave, it’s an attempt to cut past the subtlety you’re referring to, and the only way I can think of to.

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