"Hard Lovin' Man" as written by Jon Lord, Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger David Glover and Ian Anderson Paice....
Break my back with hard lovin'
Take my hand and keep movin'
Don't slow down we're nearly there now
Oh can you stand the pain
I'm a hard lovin' man

What's your name? It's alright now
Trick or treat we're uptight now
Wanna feel ya I wanna hear ya
Oh here we go again
I'm a hard lovin' man

Come back here it's not over
Can't you see there's still time girl
I can last make if fast now
Oh gotta catch a train
I'm a hard lovin' man


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"Hard Lovin’ Man" as written by Ian Paice Ian Gillan

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    General CommentWhile DP was recording the legendary "In Rock" album. There was a guy in the studio.. some kind of sound engineer or somethat that didnt like the whole loud hard rock sound of the band. I remember reading Ritchie saying that in some interview. The loud noise at the end of the song was actually Ritchie smashing his guitar just to piss this guy up.
    Listen to the galloping main riff. Many credit Judas Priest for the whole galloping riffs.. well its true Priest perfected it... but Ritchie was the first one to come up with it i think. This is another proof why Deep Purple should be considered the first ever Heavy Metal band and not Black Sabbath.
    MMM88on January 16, 2007   Link

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