"Meadows" as written by Joseph Fidler Walsh and Patrick Cullie....
Can't think of any reason
Don't know exactly why
Must be it's out of season
Give it another try

I'm out here in the meadow
Part of an old stone wall
Stand here because he said so
Waitin' around to fall

Some things are left unspoken
Some things are hand me down
The circle stands unbroken
Sendin' it back around

I've seen you roll in clover
Dressed for a scarecrow wall
Too bad the dance is over
Nothin' to show at all

Can't help but feel uncertain
Knowing which way to turn
They want to raise the curtain
And you're holdin' the words to learn

I'm out here in the meadow
Part of an old stone wall
Stand here because he said so
Waitin' around to fall


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"Meadows" as written by Patrick Cullie Joseph Fidler Walsh

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    General Commentim trying to figure out if this song has incessant screaming at the beginning... anyone know? its a decent song though.
    choiceXcreedon May 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAll I know is that it uses a very similar riff to "Woman from Tokyo" Deep Purple
    nagromnaion November 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyeah that scream at the beginning is classic Joe Walsh personality.
    Pecanman17on January 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyeah that scream at the beginning is classic Joe Walsh personality.
    Pecanman17on January 30, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAccording to the liner notes in his anthology, Joe Walsh was working in a new studio with a 24-track recorder. He made an agreement with his bandmates to screw around for the first 15 seconds; whatever they did would be the song intro.
    But when they all went into the studio, nobody else recorded anything--save Joe and his demented scremaing. But he stayed true to the bet and kept it on there.
    And, in another interview, Joe said that "Meadows" was written before "My Woman from Tokyo"--if anything, they stole it from him, not the other way around.
    ProfessorKnowItAllon October 04, 2007   Link

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