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NASHVILLE COUNTRY - The Best You've Never Heard mp3 download

Performer: NASHVILLE COUNTRY
Title: The Best You've Never Heard
Duration: 41:30
Released: October 29, 2003
Size MP3 version: 1276 mb
Size FLAC version: 1322 mb
Size WMA version: 1851 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 763
Format: AUD DXD VQF RA MOD AU
Genre: Country

NASHVILLE COUNTRY - The Best You've Never Heard mp3 download


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One song that never made the album, became a B-side, or got anywhere past a handful of rehearsals is "Watching Rainbows," which John Lennon wrote before realizing wheel-watching was far more interesting. It's a rollicking number that absolutely would've made moptop mavens everywhere bob their heads in appreciation. The above video contains anyone's best guess as to what the lyrics are, though the line "Instead of watching rainbows, I'm gonna make me some" is both clear and awesome. That's too bad because this song could dodge musical balls with the best of them. Maybe Bruce just forgot about it - if so, hopefully this article will inspire him to dig the tune up and officially make it part of his repertoire.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 From Your Knees NASHVILLE COUNTRY 3:57
2 I've Seen It All NASHVILLE COUNTRY 3:42
3 I'd Have to Fall NASHVILLE COUNTRY 3:29
4 Emmaline NASHVILLE COUNTRY 2:48
5 Montgomery Ward NASHVILLE COUNTRY 2:53
6 Honkytonkville NASHVILLE COUNTRY 4:06
7 If It's the Last Thing I Do NASHVILLE COUNTRY 3:54
8 Appearing at a Honkytonk Near You NASHVILLE COUNTRY 2:53
9 You Oughta Be Watching You Go NASHVILLE COUNTRY 2:54
10 Keep on Truckin NASHVILLE COUNTRY 2:54
11 The Boys of 44 NASHVILLE COUNTRY 3:36
12 Over on the Other Side NASHVILLE COUNTRY 4:24

Credits

NASHVILLE COUNTRY - Primary Artist