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Eagles — Already Gone
Album: On The Border
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Released: 1974
Length: 4:08
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Well, I heard some people talkin' just the other day
And they said you were gonna put me on a shelf
But let me tell you I got some news for you
And you'll soon find out it's true
And then you'll have to eat your lunch all by yourself
'Cause I'm already gone
And I'm feelin' strong
I will sing this vict'ry song, woo, hoo, hoo, woo, hoo, hoo

The letter that you wrote me made me stop and wonder why
But I guess you felt like you had to set things right
Just remember this, my girl, when you look up in the sky
You can see the stars and still not see the light (that's right)

And I'm already gone
And I'm feelin' strong
I will sing this vict'ry song, woo, hoo, hoo, woo, hoo, hoo

Well I know it wasn't you who held me down
Heaven knows it wasn't you who set me free
So often times it happens that we live our lives in chains
And we never even know we have the key

But me, I'm already gone
And I'm feelin' strong
I will sing this vict'ry song
'Cause I'm already gone
Yes, I'm already gone
And I'm feelin' strong
I will sing this vict'ry song
'Cause I'm already gone
Yes, I'm already gone
Already gone
All right, nighty-night
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Loving hearing this via "my favorites" 8+ with memories of road trips with this music. 
LLRP
Anybody tells you The Eagles were wimpy play this one for them...
It's hard to beat that upbeat catchy country rock. Way overplayed on the FM dial but after not having heard it in years, it's welcome in my ears again.  An 8 just because
It's a cool song! I'm happy to be able to hear it in the RP Rock mix of the new RP player!
Thanks for the memories....... RIP Mr. Frey

(:o)~
             Naugatuck Connecticut
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...which makes up for the 40+-year regular rotation this thing has received on classic rock radio.  Radio Paradise is all about balance.

 

But it's still "worth a hear" now and then.  RIP, Mr. Frey.