Straight Outta Pleasant Grove, the "Lost" Live England Dan & John Ford Coley Album

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While we await some call-backs, here's a light-rock lunchtime-out courtesy England Dan and John Ford Coley, who all but the longest of longtime locals always seem to forget were W.W. Samuell Spartans before launching the Southwest F.O.B., dig? Seals died in March 2009, 30 years after the duo cut this promo-only live album that surfaced today on the Big O Zine and contains most of the chart-toppers -- chief among them, of course, "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" and "Nights Are Forever Without You," which still sounds like a modern-day country-pop hit.

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LakeWWWooder
LakeWWWooder

Tell me, are we aliveOr just a dying planet(What are the chances)Ask the man in your heartFor the answerAnd when you feel afraid(Love one another)When you've lost your way(Love one another)And when you're all alone(Love one another)And when you're far from home(Love one another)And when you're down and out(Love one another)And when your hopes run out(Love one another)And when you need a friend(Love one another)And when you're near the end(Love)(We've got to love)(We've got to love one another)Light of the world, shine on meLove is the answerShine on us allSet us freeLove is the answer

ChrisU
ChrisU

 "Nights Are Forever Without You," which still sounds like a modern-day country-pop hit. yeah today''s 'country' music owes more to 70's pop than Merle or Waylon.'

shm
shm

"I'm not talking bout..... what ? Melidia? I'm not talking bout Melidia? What does that mean?" - me for almost 30 years.

Raydan
Raydan

I heart EDJFC.....

LesliO
LesliO

Hee hee - he does mumble that line, but it's "I'm not talkin' about movin in"

dt&ot
dt&ot

always thought it was millinium eg. forever or han solos space ship.....

Gary
Gary

Sam L. Jackson thought it was "the linen," in the Long Kiss Goodnight.  But Lesli is right.

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