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Neil Young — Good to See You
Album: Silver & Gold
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Released: 2000
Length: 2:40
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Good to see you
Good to see you again
Good to see your face again
Good to see you

I'm the suitcase in your hallway
I'm the footsteps on your floor
When I'm looking down on you
I feel like
I know what my life is for

Good to see you
Good to see you again
Good to see your face again
Good to see you

I've been down the endless highway
I've passed on the solid line
Now at last I'm home to you
I feel like making up for lost time

Good to see you
Good to see you again
Good to see your face again
It's good to see you
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 ScottishWillie wrote:
This must be one of the few Neil Young albums I don’t have and I initially didn’t recognize him as he was singing melodically.

Eat you words all of you who claim he can only whine!


 
I didn't recognise him either. Most unusual... 
Kind
Love it !
 Baketown wrote:
Nice Pick Bill!  

 
Well, it was my upload. {#Mrgreen}
 Josephhartgreen wrote:
The musical equivalent of a pancake breakfast 

 
But with Boysenberry syrup and lot's of butter.
Mmmm, Mmmm good and tasty.
The musical equivalent of a pancake breakfast 
Good to Hear You Neil {#Jump}
 vanmas wrote:
In this song Neil sings better and even the guitar playing is nice...
Maybe he was glad to see the person in this song?

 
He was singing to his cats. After a long road trip. They pretended to ignore him at first. 

But the harmonica won them over. And they were happy to see Neil.

And eat his liver while he slept.  
 Ghiaap wrote:

Haters gonna hate.....

 
The others'll come round eventually...
 richlister wrote:
It isn't good to see you, Young. Sounds like you're playing guitar with a pair of pliers, you numpty.

 
Haters gonna hate.....
 vanmas wrote:
In this song Neil sings better and even the guitar playing is nice...
Maybe he was glad to see the person in this song?

 
Zie je, hij kan het wel {#Guitarist}
It isn't good to see you, Young. Sounds like you're playing guitar with a pair of pliers, you numpty.

Glad this is so short. Maybe, it's even shorter than I think and It just seems to last forever.
In this song Neil sings better and even the guitar playing is nice...
Maybe he was glad to see the person in this song?
Nice Pick Bill!  
Hey all you NY fans, check out his Autobiography "Waging Heavy Peace'.  It kind of rambles, but it is very entertaining.  Neil is one of the good guys.
I never knew my luggage cared so much, great song!

This must be one of the few Neil Young albums I don’t have and I initially didn’t recognize him as he was singing melodically.

Eat you words all of you who claim he can only whine!


This is a really good, relatively recent acoustic album from Neil...recommended!
 dBdwg wrote:
Love it! Oh wait, I haven't heard it yet.....doesn't matter, it's Neil, I love it!
 
{#Lol}  Yep - totally agree, except that I did hear it.  Loves me my Neil Young... {#Sunny}
 On_The_Beach wrote:
Great to see that Neil can still create a nice acoustic ballad like this when he wants to. There's several gems on this CD, as well as few mawkish stinkers. With Neil you gotta take the bad with the good. It's usually worth it!

 
{#High-five}

I was at another radio source and heard "After The Gold Rush" by Neil Young, and I sang to it... Yeah, he just moves me to sing. Not many artists can do that, especially since I don't have my singing voice much these days...
Great to see that Neil can still create a nice acoustic ballad like this when he wants to. There's several gems on this CD, as well as few mawkish stinkers. With Neil you gotta take the bad with the good. It's usually worth it!

 CortezTheKiller wrote:
I know this is sort of considered "minor" Neil Young, but I really, really like this album.
 
It does have some great cuts on it.
I also uploaded "Buffalo Springfield Again" off of this.
It didn't make it.
At least this one did.{#Mrgreen}


Neil does indeed rock but this particular song is a lesser effort on his part, imo.  
I know this is sort of considered "minor" Neil Young, but I really, really like this album.
Love it! Oh wait, I haven't heard it yet.....doesn't matter, it's Neil, I love it!
Neil Young Rocks!