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A true long shot....

A true long shot....

Postby Shoegazer » Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:07 pm

Ok, my entire collection was lost in a hard drive crash, and as I slowly rebuild, I'm unable to remember all band names and songs. On a wing and a prayer, I'm throwing these little snippets to the group in hopes someone knows what the hell I'm blabbering about, because google has been zero help.

I believe the song was titled "So Many Times" as that phrase was repeated several times.

Notable bits of lyrics I recall were:
"Don't let the day, don't let the day ever dawn"
"Don"t let them pay, don't let them pay you off"
"But will tonight tomorrow bring"

If this makes sense to anyone out there, I'd sure like to find the artist. Song recognition software has been useless.
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Re: A true long shot....

Postby Shoegazer » Wed Aug 26, 2015 5:34 pm


"Many Times" by Cowboys International.
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