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Post by jimjim » 24 May 2004 10:55

1) Transformer
2) Perfect Day
3) Reap What You Sow
"If anyone had a heart
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And if anyone played a part
They wouldn't turn around & fake it"
Lou Reed, 'Sweet Jane', 1970

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Post by lostblues » 24 May 2004 11:35

@jimjim:
Rosie Lee already pointed out, that this may be a correct answer, but she´s thinking of another track.

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Post by jimjim » 24 May 2004 11:38

S**t! I didn't see that one!

Oops.
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Al Green

Post by alfredovu » 24 May 2004 14:04

Al Green has a Video tape "Gospel According To Al Green".
According to WGO#3 there is Lou Reed song tittle swiped from an Al Green Song.
There are several options:
Run Run Run
Jesus
What Goes On
I´m Stiking with You
Walk On The Wild Side
Ride Sally Ride
Baby Face
Glory of Love (Coney Island)
Kicks
Dirt
The Bells
Looking For Love
How Do You Sperack To An Angel?

Hey Rosie Lee, help us a little bit. Is the one in your mind one the above??

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Post by jimjim » 24 May 2004 14:56

I *think* i've got it....

1) Growing Up In Public
2) Teach The Gifted Children
3) Take Me To The River

Yes, the Rev. Green did a secular version of this song before he 'saw the light' but it IS based on an old gospel song with the same name & almost the same lyrics. I can provide a source if needed.
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And if anyone played a part
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Post by lostblues » 24 May 2004 15:06

Jimjim, do yourself a favour and read the WHOLE thread!
This way you will save time.... (see above)

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Post by ractrader » 24 May 2004 15:45

lostblues, what happened to your page? I used to get lots of artworks from it...

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I cancelled it because I received way too many emails and I don´t have time ti trade...
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Post by radiofreesimulacrum » 24 May 2004 20:07

this one popped out at me when going thru "pass thru fire" book:
1)the blue mask
2)heavenly arms
3)heavenly arms?

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Post by jimjim » 25 May 2004 00:51

Okay, one last guess for which I need some help. We're all in this together to get these tracks so here goes:

1: New York
2. Busload of Faith
3.....erm....no idea..You Can Depend on Jesus (or God?)

I think it sounds like an answer to some gospel song. Imagine some happy clapper singing 'you can't depend on Satan/but you can depend on god etc' etc.

Any ideas?
"If anyone had a heart
They wouldn't turn around & break it
And if anyone played a part
They wouldn't turn around & fake it"
Lou Reed, 'Sweet Jane', 1970

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