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Tracy Chapman — 3000 Miles
Album: Where You Live
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Released: 2005
Length: 5:51
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How far away? Not far enough!
I wish I was 3000 miles away from her singing this song. I like her but this one is stinky.
AliGator wrote:
The older I get, the less I like Tracy Chapman. :yawn:
I'm with you on that one.
I saw her live last year. She brought tears to my eyes. So touching.
okay, is it just me, or does that soft clapping sound kinda sexual? nevermind, it's probably just me. forget i said anything...
jyoull wrote:
Somebody smack the jukebox. the needle is stuck.
:lol:
AliGator wrote:
The older I get, the less I like Tracy Chapman. :yawn:
I know what you mean. :yes:
Everything she does sounds the same. BORING!
The older I get, the less I like Tracy Chapman. :yawn:
I would walk 3000 miles and I would walk 3000 more.
zzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzz zzz
Somebody smack the jukebox. the needle is stuck.
Booooring.
Cowboy, yer smoking too much tumbleweed out there in the Big Bend. Gotta lay off that stuff. There aren't many artists who are more vocally consistent than TC, for better or worse. Besides, so many men "sound" like women and vice versa that I don't think those categories mean anything any more. Essbee wrote:
She sounds more like a woman than usual in this song.
I think this is a very good song. After making a slew very bad albums, IMO, since her second, Crossroads Tracy has somewhere found inspiration and, with this and the previous Let it Rain albums is making high-quality product that competes favourably with the likes of Beth Orton, Natalie Merchant, Tori Amos and Aimee Mann. You go Tracy! O, my, how I missed thee.
I don't think this is as bad as some Tracy stuff can be. It's actually quite pleasant. Nothing special, but just 'nice' enough to hear. :yes:
She sounds more like a woman than usual in this song.
Tracy = boring, boring, boring.
Sorry, Tracy... I love your first album; but you need to stop remaking the same song over and over and over and over and over and over... Huh, even the same cover artwork (w/longer hair)