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Lady (1873 Version)

Lady (1873 Version)

May 4, 2004
4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Lady (1873 Version)
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Been searching for it for a while, then I finally found it here on Amazon.

Unfortunately for Styx this is only ONE of two tunes that I like. It's no fault of theirs, I just like this tune the best out of the lot of them.
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One of the greatest 70's rock songs of all time.
A hidden gem for your 70's rock collection.
Another EXCELLENT one is Suite Madem Blue.
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Listen to this song and think of your favorite woman. I can't find a part that doesn't remind me of my wife and how much she means to me.
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Bob Segar said it best when he sang, " today's music ain't got the same soul!" I prefer that '70's rock and roll.
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