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Lyr Req: How Will I Ever Be Simple Again (Thompson

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Rocket Ron Ross 30 Jul 97 - 02:20 PM
LaMarca 01 Aug 97 - 01:13 PM
LaMarca 01 Aug 97 - 01:16 PM
rechal@earthlink.net 01 Aug 97 - 05:20 PM
Rocket Ron 02 Aug 97 - 02:34 PM
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Subject: Help
From: Rocket Ron Ross
Date: 30 Jul 97 - 02:20 PM

I would really appreciate knowing who wrote the following lyrics, not to mention finding a complete listing, and music or chords. Many thanks!

She danced through the streets With the guns all around her Barefoot and torn Like a rag doll in the rain And she sang like a child Toora-loor toora-laddie Oh how can I ever Be simple again


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Subject: RE: Help
From: LaMarca
Date: 01 Aug 97 - 01:13 PM

Rocket Ron, the song is by Richard Thompson, called (not surprisingly) "How Can I Ever Be Simple Again". One web site that contains lots of RT lyrics is:
Henry the Human Fly Caught In the Web
Have fun!


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Subject: RE: Help
From: LaMarca
Date: 01 Aug 97 - 01:16 PM

P.S. It's on the album "Daring Adventures".


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Subject: RE: Help
From: rechal@earthlink.net
Date: 01 Aug 97 - 05:20 PM

Someone -- I believe it's Christine McCollister or some name like that -- does an incredible heart-wrenching wrist-slashing cover of this, on the kinda hard-to-find Richart T tribute album called "The World Is A Wonderful Place." I love Richard.....oh Richard, Richard, Richard. That's an amazing song.


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Subject: RE: Help
From: Rocket Ron
Date: 02 Aug 97 - 02:34 PM

Many thanks to those who answered my query. And I'll have to find that Christine McCollister cover. It sounds like a real winner. There is also a Battlefield Band cover with a really haunting pipe line.

Thanks again


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