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so misunderstood

I'll drink all day and play by night
Upon my Casio, electric piano
Till in the darkness I see lights
No nor candelabra
But
Jody Cortez: Drums

Graham Nash: Harmonica, Harmony Vocals

Kipp Lennon: Harmony Vocals

Intro. (Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar and Electric Piano)

If
+ Harmonica + Electric Piano + Electric Guitar)]

We have all been here before
We have all been here before
We have all been here before
We have
, mandolins and kazoos - and featuring their organs
Peter Robinson: Piano, Electric Piano, Hammond Organ, Pipe Organ, Synthesizer & Chimes
Gary Taylor: Electric
tambourine)
Roy estrada (bass, vocals)
Don preston (electric piano)
Arthur tripp (drums, percussion)
Jimmy carl black (drums)
Members of the bbc symphony
[Instrumental (Piano, Electric and Acoustic Guitars)]

I have been walking here for quite a while

And I think I know the path where of I speak

It's a road going
Peter Robinson: Piano, Electric Piano, Hammond Organ, Pipe Organ, Synthesizer & Chimes
Gary Taylor: Electric Bass and Mini-Moog
Joe Jammer: Electric
guitars, pianos, mandolins and kazoos - and featuring their organs
Peter Robinson: Piano, Electric Piano, Hammond Organ, Pipe Organ, Synthesizer & Chimes
, mandolins and kazoos - and featuring their organs
Peter Robinson: Piano, Electric Piano, Hammond Organ, Pipe Organ, Synthesizer & Chimes
Gary Taylor: Electric
And one more day is born.
Oh yeah
Drums/Percussion: Arran Ahmun
Bass Guitar: Ian Maidman
Electric Piano: Gerry Rafferty
Organ: Gerry Rafferty
And one more day is born.
Oh yeah
Drums/Percussion: Arran Ahmun
Bass Guitar: Ian Maidman
Electric Piano: Gerry Rafferty
Organ: Gerry Rafferty
(Latimer/Bardens/Ward)
Andrew Latimer 6 and 12 string Guitars, Bass
Peter Bardens Electric Piano, Minimoog, String Synthesizer
Andy Ward Drums,
and snortin' cocaine
I'm goin' to Dallas on a big jet plane
I hear 'em screamin' an' shoutin' my name, so there
(ELECTRIC PIANO SOLO)
(SLIDE SOLO)

I want
Usher: Lead vocals; backing vocals
Jonathan Gallivan: Electric guitars; acoustic guitars
Kevin Young: Electric piano; keys; backing vocals
Steve Zsirai:
to happen, um
'Cause, you know, it's happened before, um
And this little electric piano loop I recorded is about to end
So, I guess I'll leave again and try
is a part of the process that makes you stronger
You are an electric piano that writes its own songs. Pretty soon you will find that
You are not
is a part of the process that makes you stronger
You are an electric piano that writes its own songs. Pretty soon you will find that
You are not
the four minute mark”
Hahah, fuck off
“Okay, okay, mr. ""I'll just record some weird shit with a discordant electric piano and put some abstract recital
Recorded at home the 16th august 2012, remixed with electric piano.
Trying to improvise something nice and easy on a brand new electric piano.
And I saw bees coming from every direction
They had tubas, clarinets, saxophones
And one bee had an electric piano 
And he plugged it in to some fireflies
Angel Dream

(David Crosby, Graham Nash and James Raymond)

[Intro. (Piano and Electric Guitar)]

And an angel came unto me

And inhabited the body
sun
 
When I met you
My world went boom
With sober highs and shower eyes
Blood orange smoky moons
 
We were born right there on dancer floors
Electric
under the sun

Under the big sky
Sunrise to twilight

Lana Lane: lead vocals
Erik Norlander: synths, electric piano, grand piano, backing vocal
Jeff

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