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Steely Dan — Do It Again
Album: Can't Buy A Thrill
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Released: 1972
Length: 5:49
Plays (last 30 days): 1
In the morning, you go gunning
For the man who stole your water
And you fire till he is done in
But they catch you at the border
And the mourners are all singing
As they drag you by your feet
But the hangman isn't hanging
And they put you on the street

Yeah, you go back, Jack, do it again
Wheel turnin' round and round
You go back, Jack, do it again

When you know she's no high climber
Then you find your only friend
In a room with your two-timer
And you're sure you're near the end
Then you love a little wild one
And she brings you only sorrow
All the time you know she's smiling
You'll be on your knees tomorrow

Yeah, you go back, Jack, do it again
Wheel turnin' round and round
You go back, Jack, do it again

Now you swear and kick and beg us
That you're not a gambling man
Then you find you're back in Vegas
With a handle in your hand
Your black cards can make you money
So you hide them when you're able
In the land of milk and honey
You must put them on the table

Yeah, you go back, Jack, do it again
Wheel turnin' round and round
You go back, Jack, do it again
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So many layers...   I'm still finding stuff in here, even though I've been listening to this song for ~47 years.
 SquiddlyDiddly wrote:

Ha ha! Obviously, funny and wrong in equal measure. 

But I do have an issue with those 'baby/dog/princess/twat' on board signs displayed on cars. Do I give a stuff what you have on board? No.

Am I going to change my (careful) driving style because of a sign on your car? Nope.

Have you bought some unnecessary commercial rubbish because you can't think for yourself? Yep. 

/rant 
 
I believe that the baby on board signs weren't to other drivers, but for the rescuers should you have had a bad accident.
Me hace volver a la época de mi niñez cuando escuchaba esta buena rola.
¡Buena selección!

Takes me back to my early age when this good song appeared by the first time. Good selection!
When a song like this comes on, it's almost ethereal.  It's just always been there; a part of my life so for long, it's almost not music any more. It's something else. 
 scrubbrush wrote:
it is fascinating to me that people love this band so much. I can totally respect that. I certainly love bands that others do not, However, my two cents: Steely Dan (every song) always make me think of a cheesy lounge singer with a bad toupee singing to an indifferent trade-show crowd in an airport Best Western conference room who's still 'trying to break into the music business' at 46 years old.... Ok... i admit: that might have been 3 cents.
 
3 cents, poorly spent.
 Will62 wrote:
10. Simple
 
Simply Heavenly
 Will62 wrote:
10. Simple
 
'xactly! 

Though to add to the reason why it's a 10 for me, #1 is that my (now 19 y/o) daughter both knew and loved this song and #2 it sounds freaking awesome on the big system at 11.  

10 for sure!!  Long Live RP!!
The lowdown is that this is 1972's top40 music, actually top10. Take a look at today's top40.

birdman42 wrote:
I listened to top-40 radio all through high school. Got to college, and the guy in the next room was playing this album. The scales fell from my eyes. And now, years later, I'm listening to RP—and this song is just as clarifying as it was back then. Big 10, plus a bonus point for being the music that broke me out of the mainstream.

10. Simple
This is one of the best opening for a song!  That chunky percussion and the echoing guitar sliding in  LOOOVE it!
 Mackmoney3000 wrote:
I was born more than a decade later, but I picture 1972 *sounding* exactly like this.

 
The beauty of Steely Dan was that no one else sounded like this.
 Proclivities wrote:
Walter Becker and Donald Fagen themselves commented on the album art in their liner notes to the reissued The Royal Scam, saying that the album possessed "the most hideous album cover of the seventies, bar none (excepting perhaps Can't Buy a Thrill)."
 
I'd agree that those two are pretty bad.
"Countdown to Ecstasy" however, is one of my favourites.
 idiot_wind wrote:
Which band had the better album covers: Steely Dan or Little Feat? 
 
 Walter Becker and Donald Fagen themselves commented on the album art in their liner notes to the reissued The Royal Scam, saying that the album possessed "the most hideous album cover of the seventies, bar none (excepting perhaps Can't Buy a Thrill)." 
Timelessly so good!
It's this stuff that we point to when we lament that there are no decent lyricist anymore {#Yes}

On_The_Beach wrote:
The opening lines to the first song on their debut album:

In the morning, you go gunning
For the man who stole your water
And you fire till he is done in
But they catch you at the border
And the mourners are all singing
As they drag you by your feet
But the hangman isn't hanging
And they put you on the street

Pretty cool, IMHO.

 


I was born more than a decade later, but I picture 1972 *sounding* exactly like this.
Which band had the better album covers: Steely Dan or Little Feat? 
RIP Walter Becker 
God bless Walter Becker...Rest in peace.
Definitely godlike. Never gets old. 
I remember being in high school telling a buddy how much Steely Dan sucked...but how was I wrong...took me nearly 20 years to come around.  Up to a 10 today.  RIP Becker...hopefully DF isn't quick to follow.
 bluematrix wrote:

Awesome reply! I'd like to see someone even try to create the sheet music to a Skunk Baxter solo

 
My current goal is to get fluent with the tune Gaucho. Man, that's complex. Didn't know about the Keith Jarrett issue.
 Steely_D wrote:

Fair enough. Next step: get the sheet music and try to play it. 

 
Awesome reply! I'd like to see someone even try to create the sheet music to a Skunk Baxter solo
 scrubbrush wrote:
it is fascinating to me that people love this band so much. I can totally respect that. I certainly love bands that others do not, However, my two cents: Steely Dan (every song) always make me think of a cheesy lounge singer with a bad toupee singing to an indifferent trade-show crowd in an airport Best Western conference room who's still 'trying to break into the music business' at 46 years old.... Ok... i admit: that might have been 3 cents.

 
Fair enough. Next step: get the sheet music and try to play it. 
it is fascinating to me that people love this band so much. I can totally respect that. I certainly love bands that others do not, However, my two cents: Steely Dan (every song) always make me think of a cheesy lounge singer with a bad toupee singing to an indifferent trade-show crowd in an airport Best Western conference room who's still 'trying to break into the music business' at 46 years old.... Ok... i admit: that might have been 3 cents.
This always triggers a particular memory of that time: an out-of-town meeting in Toronto, a couple bottles of Mouton-Cadet shared with a cute co-worker, a walk in a quiet fat-flaked snowfall, making love in a soft snowbank cocooned in her large fur coat.

Just gets better with age, both the song and the memory... {#Smile}
10 10 10{#Clap}
that can never be overplayed ! It will never grow old !! It's a magic song, immediate cheer up effect :) Impossible to be sad, tired, depressed or sit still when it plays, I absolutely LOVE it ! 
I listened to top-40 radio all through high school. Got to college, and the guy in the next room was playing this album. The scales fell from my eyes. And now, <mumblemumble> years later, I'm listening to RP—and this song is just as clarifying as it was back then. Big 10, plus a bonus point for being the music that broke me out of the mainstream.
Love the comments below. And a rare 10 for me.

Mega brilliant song, crap album art!


imho, THIS was the best of Steely Dan. Reeling in the Years and this here track are perfect. Pretzel Logic goes high. Aja never floated me. 
The opening lines to the first song on their debut album:

In the morning, you go gunning
For the man who stole your water
And you fire till he is done in
But they catch you at the border
And the mourners are all singing
As they drag you by your feet
But the hangman isn't hanging
And they put you on the street

Pretty cool, IMHO.
still a 10. amazing vibe.
 drgrba wrote:
My semi-annual ritual: listening to Steely Dan all from Can't Buy a Thrill down to Gaucho(*). Ultimate mental repair in 4.5 hours. {#Notworthy}
(*) No, I don't include 2000's albums in that loop. Actually, I make that ritual for 25 years now.

 
You could easily include Donald Fagen's solo work AND those 2000's Steely albums without being the least bit let down.  They are all good and fall right in line with those that preceded them.  It'll get you at least 4.5 more hours of mental repair.
Absolutely Superb, lovely freaky band!
I am winding down from a 3-hour hike and need to get busy with other projects.

Yes, this set is excellent.  Fabulous.   
I know I'm quoting Greg Khin here, but....   They don't write 'em like that anymore.  :/
 WonderLizard wrote:
Wow. Three 10's in a row! It's like a club sandwich with crisp bacon, cold lettuce, and way too much mayo.

Traveling Wilburys - "Tweeter and the Monkey Man"
Stone Roses - "Waterfall"
Steely Dan - "Do It Again"

 
Yep...Super mix!
I like Steely Dan more and more as I get older and wiser.  Sweet mix into this one from the Stone Roses.
Freshman in High School and mostly listening to Zep and Sabbath.  Senior friend had this really cool Cougar that he had all fixed up hot rod style.   He would ride me around every now an again.  He had this on 8 track and I had never heard anything like it.  I hear any of the tunes off this album and I am transported back to high school, cruising in the Cougar. {#Sunny}


 hanssachs wrote:
"Tradition and experimentation reign side by side when Denny Dias accepts the burden of resurrecting the electric sitar on "Do It Again" and makes it sound easy. On the same cut an inexpensive, imported plastic organ (an instrument which long ago fell into disuse in most rock circles) is competently fingered by Donald Fagen ...

Thus treads heavily the titanic of Steely Dan, casting a long shadow upon the contemporary rock wasteland aspiring to spill its seeds on barren ground, and at the same time, struggling to make sense out of the flotsam and jetsam of its electric musical heritage."  

Ayep!

 
Well put, my friend
Fortunate to have absorbed this into my DNA at age 12… 

Still resonates 
"Tradition and experimentation reign side by side when Denny Dias accepts the burden of resurrecting the electric sitar on "Do It Again" and makes it sound easy. On the same cut an inexpensive, imported plastic organ (an instrument which long ago fell into disuse in most rock circles) is competently fingered by Donald Fagen ...

Thus treads heavily the titanic of Steely Dan, casting a long shadow upon the contemporary rock wasteland aspiring to spill its seeds on barren ground, and at the same time, struggling to make sense out of the flotsam and jetsam of its electric musical heritage."  

Ayep!
Shied away from Steely Dan for years. Didn't "get it." Times and understandings change and evolve. Great artists and songwriters. 
'72 and still... wow

godlike crew 
 drgrba wrote:
My semi-annual ritual: listening to Steely Dan all from Can't Buy a Thrill down to Gaucho(*). Ultimate mental repair in 4.5 hours. {#Notworthy}
(*) No, I don't include 2000's albums in that loop. Actually, I make that ritual for 25 years now.

 
I do this once every summer while reading whatever really good mystery or spy novel I can get my hands on, starting with Can't Buy A Thrill through Gaucho. But I do it on my iPod (PCM files—you don't do The Dan with MP3s) with Grado SR-60 cans.
Wow. Three 10's in a row! It's like a club sandwich with crisp bacon, cold lettuce, and way too much mayo.

Traveling Wilburys - "Tweeter and the Monkey Man"
Stone Roses - "Waterfall"
Steely Dan - "Do It Again"
 SquiddlyDiddly wrote:

Ha ha! Obviously, funny and wrong in equal measure. 

But I do have an issue with those 'baby/dog/princess/twat' on board signs displayed on cars. Do I give a stuff what you have on board? No.

Am I going to change my (careful) driving style because of a sign on your car? Nope.

Have you bought some unnecessary commercial rubbish because you can't think for yourself? Yep. 

/rant 

 
I guess if there were a sign that said something like "Highly Explosive, Infectious, and Radioactive Cargo On Board This Vehicle Which Has A Compromised Steering System, Worn Tires, and No Brake Fluid" it would change the driving behavior of most drivers - maybe not...
 drgrba wrote:
My semi-annual ritual: listening to Steely Dan all from Can't Buy a Thrill down to Gaucho(*). Ultimate mental repair in 4.5 hours. {#Notworthy}
(*) No, I don't include 2000's albums in that loop. Actually, I make that ritual for 25 years now.

 
Nice idea.
I do an abridged version about as often, with Royal Scam and Aja.
Works for me. 

 But this song, to me, is first year in high school, working in the school darkroom, learning the basics of B&W printing. 
 railroadwail wrote:

Can't Buy A Thrill, but you can rent one.



 
$50 me luv u long time
{#Roflol} 

Can't Buy A Thrill, but you can rent one.


Can't bear any of their other stuff, but I think that this is an astonishing piece of work of which I never tire.
 drgrba wrote:
My semi-annual ritual: listening to Steely Dan all from Can't Buy a Thrill down to Gaucho(*). Ultimate mental repair in 4.5 hours. {#Notworthy}
(*) No, I don't include 2000's albums in that loop. Actually, I make that ritual for 25 years now.
 
I like it!
(And I agree with the post-Gaucho omission.)
Steely Dan still leaves me in awe after 30-40 years. Most songs from the 70s have worn out their welcome, but this is so clean, crisp, clear and darn musical. Wow.
My semi-annual ritual: listening to Steely Dan all from Can't Buy a Thrill down to Gaucho(*). Ultimate mental repair in 4.5 hours. {#Notworthy}
(*) No, I don't include 2000's albums in that loop. Actually, I make that ritual for 25 years now.
All Steely Dan is amazing.  Not sure why I never actually bought an album...  I do have "Don't Take Me Alive" in my iTunes library.
 olivertwist wrote:
Wow, amazing how much better this production sounds than 99 percent of music made today.

 
{#Yes}

Cannot believe I used to seriously dislike this band, although I've always liked this one and "Rikki Don't Lose That Number."
Yes, excellent taste
 
 Poacher wrote:

Ha ha! Obviously, funny and wrong in equal measure. 

But I do have an issue with those 'baby/dog/princess/twat' on board signs displayed on cars. Do I give a stuff what you have on board? No.

Am I going to change my (careful) driving style because of a sign on your car? Nope.

Have you bought some unnecessary commercial rubbish because you can't think for yourself? Yep. 

/rant 

 
Too funny! 
 ppopp wrote:
Steely Dan - the preferred music of people who drive vehicles with a 'Baby On Board' sign in the back window, and who are over anxious to greet anyone they pass-by on a country walk. 
 
Ha ha! Obviously, funny and wrong in equal measure. 

But I do have an issue with those 'baby/dog/princess/twat' on board signs displayed on cars. Do I give a stuff what you have on board? No.

Am I going to change my (careful) driving style because of a sign on your car? Nope.

Have you bought some unnecessary commercial rubbish because you can't think for yourself? Yep. 

/rant 
 ppopp wrote:
Steely Dan - the preferred music of people who drive vehicles with a 'Baby On Board' sign in the back window, and who are over anxious to greet anyone they pass-by on a country walk. 

 
Hmm.. I've never had a sign like that, but I've hauled some babies around.  And I do say hello to folks as I pass them by - even stop and chat for a bit at times.  And I still really, really love this great tune.  Thanks, RP (again)!
 {#Bananajam}ppopp wrote:
P

 

 ppopp wrote:
Steely Dan - the preferred music of people who drive vehicles with a 'Baby On Board' sign in the back window, and who are over anxious to greet anyone they pass-by on a country walk.
 
??
Steely Dan - the preferred music of those with excellent taste in music!
Not for people who are desperate to sound cool.
Still knocks it out of the park after all of these years. Like Santana's cover of Black Magic Woman, it's one of those tunes that always stops me in my tracks—like at the grocery store (ha-rumph!)—and stop to appreciate it for a few short moments.
Steely Dan - the preferred music of people who drive vehicles with a 'Baby On Board' sign in the back window, and who are over anxious to greet anyone they pass-by on a country walk. 
Simply great
 olivertwist wrote:
Wow, amazing how much better this production sounds than 99 percent of music made today.
 
In addition to great songs and great players, the Dan always had great production.  {#Music}
 Peter_Bradshaw wrote:
{#Bananapiano} ..... the "Dan" rules OK -  so for me it's 10
 
                                    i totally agree!
Wow, amazing how much better this production sounds than 99 percent of music made today.
{#Bananapiano} ..... the "Dan" rules OK -  so for me it's 10
 casey1024 wrote:
Having been a fan of Steely Dan as a teenager, I always thought of them as a "studio" band.  Never thought they would be a great band to see live.  I am pleased to say how wrong I was about that!  They are one of the best live bands I've seen.  Love me some Steely Dan....

 
I saw them in Portland, Oregon two summers ago not expecting all that much do to my perception that they are studio artists primarily. I could not have been more wrong. That was probably the best live show that I have seen or at least near the top.
Having been a fan of Steely Dan as a teenager, I always thought of them as a "studio" band.  Never thought they would be a great band to see live.  I am pleased to say how wrong I was about that!  They are one of the best live bands I've seen.  Love me some Steely Dan....
 Stingray wrote:

Bad example, Holland!

America does not no such a thing as busses. Even the last bum has 3 cars of his own!

And the rest of the world suffers water- and climate problems!



 
Though your comment is several years old, I am amazed that those who spout ignorance are so sure of themselves. In America we do have quite a lot of this type; generally they also tend to monopolize such sites as discussion forums.
Wife and I saw them again on their most recent tour...Will go again !!!!  Sorry did I say "Again" again?
Steely Dan - a band that I did not give just due to back in the day that I can't respect any more now. Craftsmen.
This is one of those songs that is forever pinned to a point in time (when it came out) for me. So new, different. And so well produced. I came across a cool rendition of this song a few years ago called Ella Sabe by Los Kumbia Kings (on their 2004 Fuego album). A neat listen for those who love the Steely Dan original.
bless all their Steely music
When I think of phrase "well produced," this song often comes to mind.

These are the primo studio musicians, doing it, again....
 msymmes wrote:
And just to clarify...    Wanna see them live in concert...  Don't care how old they are when it happens.
 

msymmes wrote:
Gotta put B and F on my bucket list.

 

Saw them a few years ago in Japan. They have lost their hearing with age but the show was incredible. Nothing lost at all. 


 


Multi-layered percussion does it for me, with the scratchy guitar darting all over the place.  Yeah, Bill, do it again!

This classic song is soooo good for the ears...
 
And just to clarify...    Wanna see them live in concert...  Don't care how old they are when it happens.
 

msymmes wrote:
Gotta put B and F on my bucket list.

 



{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananapiano}{#Dance}{#Clap}{#Bananajam}Wow this brings back memories....
Back in the early 80's when I was still a kid and heard this song for the first time, I thought it was something like a cover of Michael Jackson's hit 'Billie Jean', which was pretty much everywhere. I am still not sure why but especially this:
"Yeah, you go back, Jack, do it again
Wheel turnin' round and round
You go back, Jack, do it again"

sounded a lot to me like this:
" 'Cause We Danced On The Floor In The Round
So Take My Strong Advice, Just Remember To Always Think Twice..."
Of course, I didn't use to pay much attention to the lyrics (clearly) as they are not even close, but the melody sounded very similar to me... I was mind blown by what, I would know later, it was a Steely Dan's song written +10 years earlier...
Curious...rhythm intro had me convinced I was about to hear Jimmy Cliff's 'I Can See Clearly Now' {#Ask}
 Dinges,_the_Dude wrote:

And today exactely the same happened! {#Dancingbanana}
I heard this song live at the Ahoy-stadium in Rotterdam (2001 I think) sung by three ladies: an awsome performance but unfortunately I haven't  found that version yet...{#Cry}
  Recently I found out that the song I ment was Dirty Work, but nontheless, I don't have the song. Pity!


Fantastic song. Surely a contender for best song ever written about addiction - if that's what it's about ;-)
 Stratocaster wrote:
An utter classic.  Saw them live at Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver BC, on a warm summer evening a few years back...and this was the first song they did.
  I was at that show! Great fun.


Can't go wrong with anything from these guys. This one is right up there, never tire of hearing this on RP.
Gotta put B and F on my bucket list.
 Stratocaster wrote:
An utter classic.  Saw them live at Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver BC, on a warm summer evening a few years back...and this was the first song they did.
 
Steely Dan is a concert not to be missed if you get the chance which surprised me since I always thought of them as studio wizards. 
Move over and make room for the Big Boys.  Classic.  Wish I could rate it a 20.  {#Bananapiano}
Perfect.
 ce wrote:


It's just like buses, you don't see any for ages, and suddenly two turn up on the same day. {#Tongue}
 

Bad example, Holland!

America does not no such a thing as busses. Even the last bum has 3 cars of his own!

And the rest of the world suffers water- and climate problems!


I don't know how much of my rating is because I like the song, and how much of it stems from the very warm memories of my senior year in high school that come flooding back when I hear it.

I suspect the latter weighs more heavily.
Timeless!   9 > 10

Do I have to give my second 12...?

OK - an 11 - with room for more!

One of America's finest !!!


 sirdroseph wrote:
The fact that I can still like this song after being absolutely obliterated by clear channel is a testament to the greatness that is the Dan!{#Notworthy} 7 is as high as I can go with this one though.
 
I totally understand.  I've seen them live, have vinyl, cd's and even their box set.  Yet I can give this only an 8.
 sirdroseph wrote:


I rate on how much I enjoy the song, this is my personal rating. I do not enjoy the song as much because of hearing so many times. I cannot believe I have to explain something so basic. If you still enjoy the song that much, good for you. I do not, don't try to tell me how to feel about something. This is my rating, not yours.
 
Friggin' ratings hijackers....  {#Eek}
 lemmoth wrote:

How in Allah's name does radio airplay, even constant radio airply, ruin a great song.  I just don't flookin' get it.  Splain it to me Lucy.

A good song is a frackling good song.  If you don't want to hear it - again so soon - turn it bleeding off.  WTF

oh — this is a great fucking song.

 
if you're reaching for the dial, it's already ruined.
 Sasha2001 wrote:


I simply don't understand this logic. If a great song is a great song than there's a good chance it's going to be overplayed somewhere. There may be a few hidden gems left in the classic rock canon but no great songs that haven't been heard a miilion times over at this point. If the song is great than it deserves a 9/10 regardless of overplay.
 

Again, my rating on how I feel about the song, you have yours, don't try to tell me what to think. We have not been overtaken by the Chinese...........yet.
An utter classic.  Saw them live at Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver BC, on a warm summer evening a few years back...and this was the first song they did.
Starplex. Dallas. 10 years ago? Very nice.
How is it that I only gave this an 8?

8~>9 
 lemmoth wrote:

How in Allah's name does radio airplay, even constant radio airply, ruin a great song.  I just don't flookin' get it.  Splain it to me Lucy.

A good song is a frackling good song.  If you don't want to hear it - again so soon - turn it bleeding off.  WTF

oh — this is a great fucking song.

 

I rate on how much I enjoy the song, this is my personal rating. I do not enjoy the song as much because of hearing so many times. I cannot believe I have to explain something so basic. If you still enjoy the song that much, good for you. I do not, don't try to tell me how to feel about something. This is my rating, not yours.
 sirdroseph wrote:
The fact that I can still like this song after being absolutely obliterated by clear channel is a testament to the greatness that is the Dan!{#Notworthy} 7 is as high as I can go with this one though.
 



I simply don't understand this logic. If a great song is a great song than there's a good chance it's going to be overplayed somewhere. There may be a few hidden gems left in the classic rock canon but no great songs that haven't been heard a miilion times over at this point. If the song is great than it deserves a 9/10 regardless of overplay.
 ce wrote:
Two Steely Dan classics today ! {#Smile}

6:57 am Steely Dan
Do It Again Can't Buy A Thrill (1972) 8.1
(...)
1:25 am Steely Dan
Rikki Don't Lose That Number Pretzel Logic (1974) 8.4

It's just like buses, you don't see any for ages, and suddenly two turn up on the same day. {#Tongue}
 
And today exactely the same happened! {#Dancingbanana}
I heard this song live at the Ahoy-stadium in Rotterdam (2001 I think) sung by three ladies: an awsome performance but unfortunately I haven't  found that version yet...{#Cry}
Great song, great band. If you get a chance to see them live, by all means do so! I've seen them twice in recent years and their concerts are phenomenal. Sound quality is just superb!

Never one of my favourites.
Two Steely Dan classics today ! {#Smile}

6:57 am Steely Dan
Do It Again Can't Buy A Thrill (1972) 8.1
(...)
1:25 am Steely Dan
Rikki Don't Lose That Number Pretzel Logic (1974) 8.4

It's just like buses, you don't see any for ages, and suddenly two turn up on the same day. {#Tongue}


 sirdroseph wrote:
Preface this with I am one of the biggest Steely Dan fans on the planet......period. Having said that, radio has managed to ruin 2 Dan songs for me that I would otherwise like, this is one and Reeling in the Years is another. Thanks a lot there commerical radio!!!{#Arghhh}

 
How in Allah's name does radio airplay, even constant radio airply, ruin a great song.  I just don't flookin' get it.  Splain it to me Lucy.

A good song is a frackling good song.  If you don't want to hear it - again so soon - turn it bleeding off.  WTF

oh — this is a great fucking song.

The fact that I can still like this song after being absolutely obliterated by clear channel is a testament to the greatness that is the Dan!{#Notworthy} 7 is as high as I can go with this one though.
{#Dancingbanana}

This song was one my first rock songs I relly liked. I can still see myself in a cold winter day listening this song in my radio/record console in the late 60's in Cd. Juarez Mexico.


"But the hangman isn't hangin'."
Always loved that line. 
One of those few perfect rock/pop songs of which one can never be tired.
Fantastic{#Bananajam}