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Lyric Of The Week

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J.D. Souther, “You’re Only Lonely”

When the world is ready to fallOn your little shouldersAnd when you're feelin' lonely and smallYou need somebody there to hold youYou can call out my name when you're only lonely Now don't you ever be ashamedWhen you're only lonelyWhen...

Grateful Dead, “Foolish Heart”

80’s-era Grateful Dead is often overlooked when fans consider their studio output. Their lone big chart hit “Touch Of Grey” is the one song that stands above the rest in terms of popularity from that time period. The 1989...

“Truckin,’” The Grateful Dead

It’s become a bit of a cliché among music fans who don’t consider themselves Deadheads to dismiss the band’s studio albums with the exception of 1970’s divine doubleheader, Workingman’s Dead and American Beauty. That’s a bit of an oversimplification,...

Lyric Of The Week: The Grateful Dead, “China Cat Sunflower/ I Know You Rider”

Deadhead or not, you have to respect any band that had the impact on popular culture that the Grateful Dead did as the 50th anniversary of the group’s formation approaches. Even though several of the founding members, including Jerry...
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