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charlotte49er

I need help with a song

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It's driving me craxy!

I want to say that it's Peter Gabriel.

"Livin' in the past, Livin' in the past, It's a come on, it's a come on"

Something like that.

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I got your song for you, recognized your lyrics. ;)

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This and 'You Better, You Bet' are their best songs from the '80s IMO.

Entwhistle and Townsend kill it in this song too.

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I don't know why I didn't know it was "The Who". Old Age I guess.

Thanks!

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It's not old age, I like to think we just have so much wisdom in there that some times it's hard to sift through all that knowledge to recall the other stuff like remembering who sings what.

What did I just say?

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