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Half of 8
2 of 4
Nothing less
Less is more

3 fine cords
One sharp hook
Got a shouter with a dirty look

Could be the lemon
Could be the cream
Tasty tasty
In your dreams

Strap it on long
Throw it down hard
Pull it up tight with that crazy 5 bar

59 Crunch

8 of 4
1 of 5
Eat it raw
Now eat it alive

Half of 8
2 of 4
Nothing less
Less is more

Deep deep water
Where the big fish go
Relax relax
Ride it down slow

Not too early
And not too late
On the money now incinerate

59 Crunch



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    I believe that this song is a very personal reflection on turning 59, recognizing your own mortality, and then fighting back against the very idea of aging with the power of rock and roll. At the time that the song was written, Nancy Wilson was nearing her 59th birthday. I believe that this song is her reflection of refusing to "go gentle into that good night". It is also the Wilson sisters' refusal to surrender their rock and roll throne, no matter what the years and advancing age might bring.

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