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Lessons of Independence(Live)


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MJG

 Genre: Alternative Rock

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A Follow up to "Underneath the Sun" with our friend Dave rollin' out the rhythm...Joey on percussion, MJGolda on lead-guitar,vocals, and lyrics. Hope you enjoy!
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Full Moon rising, up over the hill,
I know why, she had to fly,
& leave all of this change behind,
Her memory, still lingers there,
of words unspoken in the summer's air...

Leaving now, to come back home,(3x)
Hopin' this road will lead the way,(2x)
Hopin' this full moon lights the way(3rd x)

What's the Lesson that we've learned today?(2x)

~music~

Like that winding river shinnin' down,
running straight thru this Sacred Ground,
You make us proud, this Land of ours..

Greengrass lay upon the open field,
Skies of blue, beneath our feet,
some say now, oh our love runs so deep...

As this river flows, from you to me,
Can we reach the point of this?...

Leaving now, to come back home(3x)
Hopin' this road will lead the way(2x)
Hopin' this full moon lights the way(3rd x)


(c)2008 -All Music written, performed and recorded by DKnotts, MJGolda & JMandelkey.
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Uploaded: Mar 06, 2010 - 11:12:55 AM
Last Updated: Mar 06, 2010 - 11:27:08 AM Last Played: Jan 12, 2019 - 01:08:09 AM
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Name: MJGolda & Friends
Location: Woodstock IL USA
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M.J.Golda uses an epiphone Gibson Guitar w/ Crate amp, w/spring reverb & some distortian. Acoustic is a yahmaha. Vocals are done either over the 8-track on the board mic, or w/cousin JR's Laney amp and mic. congas are buddy Danny's or courtesey of th... [see more]

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The terms alternative rock and alternative music[1] were coined in the early 1980s to describe punk rock-inspired music genres which didn't fit into the mainstream genres of the time. At times it was used as catch-all phrase for rock music from under

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