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Marshall Tucker Band — In My Own Way
Album: Where We All Belong
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Released: 1974
Length: 7:14
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I know that sometimes you think I don't love you
But I can't act like we just met all the time
And I can say
without a doubt
you're the only love
I'll ever find

And in my own way
I love you
And in my own way
I need you
And in my own way
I've got to have your love

There's a special place in my heart
that's Occupied by you
There ain't no one
On god's earth
gonna take your place
And I can say
without a doubt
you're the only love
I'd ever find

And in my own way
I love you
And in my own way
I need you
And in my own way
I've got to have your love

And I can say
without a doubt
you're the only love
I'd ever find

And in my own way
I love you
And in my own way
I need you
And in my own way
I've got to have your love
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Love the Marshall Tucker Band Please play more of their tunes I remember them live such good memories
The live portion of this album was recorded in Milwaukee.  My best friend in high school (and still a great friend) was there and said the crowd was large,  loud, rowdy and totally mesmerized!  Charlie Daniels on fiddle too.  Thanks for bringing back great memories.   Go Bill!  Go Rebecca!
I have loved this band since I was in High School in South Florida in the mid 70's. I recall seeing them anytime they were within driving distance, usually filling up any venue they played. But the absolute best show ever, was when they appeared at Hawaiian Brian's, a 200 seat venue over a pool hall here in Honolulu. It felt like a backyard party. One of the best shows of my entire life. considering how many concerts in my 63 years, that's saying a lot. Mahalo MTB, for stopping by.
Wow. This was a good country rock band. One of many. 
Walkin' the Streets Alone..
Stuff like this makes me appreciate the simple times when a band played without any added electronics and the songs were splendidly simple and direct. 

Just So Nostalgic.
Really like this!
Nice.  One of my favorites from this album (eclipsed only by "24 Hours at a Time").  And a nice change from the other MT played recently.
One of my all time favorite Southern Bands.
Great mellow country vibe to start the Monday. Thanks, Bill.
likeitalot
Great stuff Bill, Play it please!