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    General CommentSort of a tongue in cheek look at the goings on in the life of a rock band partially based on Jefferson Airplane. Written by then Airplane drummer, the great Spencer Dryden.
    brumuson November 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentA SONG FOR ALL SEASONS
    Well the word was out on the street today
    All the friends that I'd met would have to say
    While your records line the shelves
    You're fighting amongst yourselves
    That's a hell of a lot of dues for you to pay
    Well the word my friend you know is on the street
    It's on the lips of everyone I meet
    While you're climbin up the chart
    Your band just fell apart
    I guess your life just ain't really that complete
    You know your car with which I was impressed
    Well I hear that it's gonna be repossessed
    Well I thought you had it made
    But you ain't even paid
    For the things that you've bought
    Since the acid test
    I hear you manager skipped town with all your pay
    And your lead singer's bulge turns the censors grey
    Wall that's really a doggone shame
    But who's there left to blame
    And all you ever really wanted was just to play
    They say your drummer he's crazy as a loon
    Last night they found him baying at the moon
    As as for your lead guitar
    He just cracked up his car
    But he should be out of traction very soon
    Well my friend it's time for me to go
    I just can't be late for my evening show
    You see I've written this tune
    And I hope that very soon
    I'll be heard on Top 40 radio
    Loraqson August 27, 2019   Link

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