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Crosby, Stills & Nash — Long Time Gone
Album: Crosby, Stills & Nash
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Released: 1970
Length: 4:15
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It's been a long time coming
It's going to be a long time gone
And it appears to be a long
Appears to be a long
Appears to be a long time
It's a long, long, long, long time
Before the dawn
Turn any corner
Hear what the people say
You know that something is going on around here
It surely, surely, surely won't stand the light of day
And it appears to be a long
Appers to be a long
Appears to be a long
SUch a long, long time
Before the dawn
Speak out, you got to speak out against the madness
You got to speak your mind
If you dare
Don't, no don't try to get yourself elected
If you do you had better cut your hair
And it appears to be a long
Appears to be a long
Appears to be a long time
Such a long, long, long, long time
Before the dawn
It's been a long time coming
It's going to be a long time gone
But you know, the darkest hour
Is always just before the dawn
And it appears to be a long
Appears to be a long
Appears to be a long time
Such a long, long, long, long time
Before the dawn
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.. seems to be a long time before the dawn.. 49 years..?
Incredibly insightful lyrics
 DrLex wrote:
But don't try to get yourself elected.
If you do you had better cut your hair.

got_elected
 
Good find!
 annersjen wrote:

Just quibbling here, but I believe it is actually the darkest

 
Hmm, it depends on the phase of the moon:
"...During the two weeks following a new moon, it can be seen after sunset – but not before sunrise. At such time, it is darker before dawn simply because the moon cannot be seen. After the middle of the lunar month, the moon will also be seen in the sky before sunrise, so that the hours just after sunset will be the darkest."
I think unless you were around for the original release, this is kinda painful to listen to.
Just once....I wish I could sing like this.
 jsd52756 wrote:
Great song from a cool era.  Phenomenal fidelity & sound stage as well.  The recording engineer gets a 10 for sure. 

 
Crosby's first solo album "If Only I Could Remember My Name" is not only a fantastic album but is also a sonic marvel. 
GEM! 

One of the albums that epitomised1960s music creativity. I know there were mny, but this one I can listen to all the time.
 kingart wrote:
I saw a David Crosby and Wynton Marsalis discussion the other night on PBS. Before an audience. I couldn't quite tell where it was, but I'd guess it was the Rose Theater in the Time Warner Center in NYC. Interesting to see Crosby mull and reminisce and confess to his self-imposed dope and ego difficulties. No matter what, he is rock and roll royalty and will be until his last day. Only a handful can trace their roots back as far as him, but at times he sounded the like old fart he used to decry. Happens to us all. 
He still plays a sweet guitar.
 
I highly recommend his autobiography, also called Long Time Gone.
I saw a David Crosby and Wynton Marsalis discussion the other night on PBS. Before an audience. I couldn't quite tell where it was, but I'd guess it was the Rose Theater in the Time Warner Center in NYC. Interesting to see Crosby mull and reminisce and confess to his self-imposed dope and ego difficulties. No matter what, he is rock and roll royalty and will be until his last day. Only a handful can trace their roots back as far as him, but at times he sounded the like old fart he used to decry. Happens to us all. 
He still plays a sweet guitar. 
But don't try to get yourself elected.
If you do you had better cut your hair.

got_elected
 rommesw wrote:

Usually one would say I am a little bit too young for this kind of music, not too much though, but its sooo great, it creates all these feelings music should create in my opinion (at least for me). So, I completely agree, it has passed the test of time ....

 
Not at all, I think you'd be the perfect opinion on that.  Someone who may not have 'been there' at the time.  If it still sounds good to new ears, well, that says it all :)
Only the chorus prevents this song from being magnificent. Repetitive stress.
 mdfergy wrote:
This song and album have passed the test of time... both are still great 45 years later...

 
Usually one would say I am a little bit too young for this kind of music, not too much though, but its sooo great, it creates all these feelings music should create in my opinion (at least for me). So, I completely agree, it has passed the test of time ....
I saw Crosby and Nash in 1986 at Harrah's Resort in South Lake Tahoe, a pretty small, intimate  venue.... just a few months after his release from prison . Crosby still had his prison haircut and spoke of his time locked up. Nice memory. (the show) His book "Long Time Gone" is an entertaining read if you are a fan. He has lived a nice life 
This song appears to be a long time success, before and after the dawn.  This has power in the lyrics.  Still vibrant after all these years.....
This song and album have passed the test of time... both are still great 45 years later...
I used to steal this album from my brother's stash and listen to it while he was at hockey or football practice.  Over and over and over again, lying on the floor with the speakers on either side of my head.....  Good times!{#Bounce}
Wow,
Who ever did what ever to the sound - thanks!
In the middle the song sound clicked and became much clearer, crisper.
Somewhere a switched was, well, switched.
Nice. 
 ountryrds wrote:
We cut our hair a long time ago and the dawn seems farther away now than ever.  

 

Well, see, you didn't listen to the song, dude.  You were supposed to, like, NOT cut your hair, man.

We cut our hair a long time ago and the dawn seems farther away now than ever.  
Love David's voice on this song.
 mrtuba9 wrote:
Did they record another version of this?
 
Well, here's one that'll make you say "WTF?":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PamO6obWcQk
Great song from a cool era.  Phenomenal fidelity & sound stage as well.  The recording engineer gets a 10 for sure. 
Did they record another version of this?
 {#Cheers}
Stingray wrote:
10-plus

 


 Johnny_Wave wrote:
Too long and too old. 

 
Too young and too dumb (to know)!
10-plus
 allmodcons wrote:

There's a pretty good cover version of this one by Galliano. Maybe even better than the original...



 
I just youtubed this song... I politely disagree.
 Johnny_Wave wrote:
Too long and too old. 

 
Surely better than too short and too young
.
There are other CSN songs I like better, but there is no denying that this is one of those songs that define an era. 
 Johnny_Wave wrote:
Too long and too old. 

 
{#No}
Too long and too old. 

There's a pretty good cover version of this one by Galliano. Maybe even better than the original...


CSN; no Y.  Few songs give me goosebumps.  Oh, those days.
Second song today from this LP!
 On_The_Beach wrote:

Correct. Should be:

album art

 
Just to repeat, y'all, while you argue about this song, the 60s and the difficulties of social change from below: this song is NOT on "Deja Vu", it's on "Crosby, Stills, & Nash." 

Mr. Bill Goldsmith, could you correct the error on this RP page? 

I've forgotten which RPer commented that many CSN songs haven't dated well without Neil Young. I gotta agree. CSN had great harmonies but many of their songs seem unstructured and too unfocused. I remember trying hard to like "CSN" as a teen in the late 70s and getting impatient with this song and "Pre-Road Downs" and...

Obviously there are huge exceptions: "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" is still and always will be incredible. Just my two-penny take. When CSN get it right, with or without Y, they hit it out of the park. I always felt that CSNY was more driving and memorable. Loved "Deja Vu."

1/30/14 edit: 

That_SOB wrote:

"Regardless of how all this came out , it was the energy and the dream that may never be reproduced again anywhere. If you haven't just said NO to your draft board your unlikley to understand."

My friends and I--again, teens in the 70s--burned with envy at the people who'd experienced the 60s full-bore. There was this hope that the 80s would bring back the grassroots liberal politics of the 60s (bitter, wild laughter in my head while recalling this naïveté, our American version of a Prague Spring). That got squelched pretty quickly when we realized that Ron Reagan was going to be elected and that he and his handlers like Mike Deaver were the MASTERS of TV spin. 

I still believe in this country and Bill Clinton's campaign slogan that "there is nothing wrong with America that cannot be fixed by what is right with America." But I believe popular protest and even reasonable civil disobedience are necessary and welcome means of bringing about change. As imperfect as CSN's music could be, it inspired people to stand up and become involved in America's politics despite an often unresponsive and occasionally hostile federal government. 






This appears to be a long song. Bit too long.
It has been a long time coming, indeed ... and the dawn still isn't here.
I told my draft board I was a conscientious objector...they gave me a 1A instead.  Thank god for college deferments... and this song.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Kg0v0Er8Ak

Live with Tom Jones. 
 drcrnp wrote:
 Amen my brother

That_SOB wrote:
johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 

I believe your mind needs corrective lenses. CS&N with Y on occasion, were the foundation of a generation.
Dylan and the Stones were there, as were Hendrix and the Beatles. There is nothing on this earth that can bring
back the beliefs, experiments, confrontations, the challenge to change. Regardless of how all this came out , it
was the energy and the dream that may never be reproduced again anywhere. If you haven't just said NO to your
draft board your unlikley to understand.

 

Exactly. Well put.

 


 sharkartist wrote:
I'll never forget the haunting feeling that came over me and sent chills up my spine the first time I heard this song when it came out. Still evokes that distant emotional sensation to this day. 

 
Yes, I think that, too. {#Meditate}
Not entirely into CS&N...but I do like this tune. Would love to jam with these guys and stay up late drinking and laughing. Sound fun? Anyone want to join me?
Shut your eyes and you are back 1969 Woodstock
Oh that's good!
For some reason for a short moment I thought about Cathedral, but this is Crosby, Still, Nash and Young, isn't it?
 Amen my brother

That_SOB wrote:
johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 

I believe your mind needs corrective lenses. CS&N with Y on occasion, were the foundation of a generation.
Dylan and the Stones were there, as were Hendrix and the Beatles. There is nothing on this earth that can bring
back the beliefs, experiments, confrontations, the challenge to change. Regardless of how all this came out , it
was the energy and the dream that may never be reproduced again anywhere. If you haven't just said NO to your
draft board your unlikley to understand.

 


 johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 
Myopic at best; tragically passive saturation from life in sound bytes at worst.
 That_SOB wrote:
johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 

I believe your mind needs corrective lenses. CS&N with Y on occasion, were the foundation of a generation. Dylan and the Stones were there, as were Hendrix and the Beatles. There is nothing on this earth that can bring back the beliefs, experiments, confrontations, the challenge to change. Regardless of how all this came out , it was the energy and the dream that may never be reproduced again  anywhere. If you haven't just said NO to your draft board your unlikley to understand.

 
So, from your words which have been emboldened: this is dated, and/or could be said to have not "aged well".  To me, that doesn't mean it should be "retired", however.
johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 

I believe your mind needs corrective lenses. CS&N with Y on occasion, were the foundation of a generation.
Dylan and the Stones were there, as were Hendrix and the Beatles. There is nothing on this earth that can bring
back the beliefs, experiments, confrontations, the challenge to change. Regardless of how all this came out , it
was the energy and the dream that may never be reproduced again anywhere. If you haven't just said NO to your
draft board your unlikley to understand.


My son's name is Graham David:  you know how important these gentlemen are to me and my wife  (he's now 28) :  saw them or some combination of them 9 times:  every time an experience.  by the way, Bill, wrong album cover:  you need the first album BLADERUNNER wrote:

Misterfixit.......as a member of the in-between generation of the 60's (i was 16 when Nixon was elected), i have to agree with you  whole-heartedly!!!
simply put, you had to be there to appreciate the kind of folk music that CS&N (and later Y) and others were producing.  Woodstock defined my adolescence and my generation.  it's like us saying the Great Depression was no big deal, but to our parents and grandparents it defined them.  'nuff said 

 


 johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 
d-don wrote:


Couldn't disagree with this more.
 
Nicely coated with patina. Now how about that?
 johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 

Couldn't disagree with this more.
Golden song !
 agkagk wrote:


I disagree. This music is timeless, and this album is one of the greatest albums of all time.
 
And that's why we listen to RP.  LOVE this song—it takes me back to a time that was so much less complicated (for me, anyway)!  And right, it's not from the album shown, as I remember (I have it in the basement, but too tired to go dig it out).
 kaybee wrote:

I am already 60 and if I looked anything like David's picture below, I think I would euthanize myself!  {#Eek}
 
Ah but I don't your ride has matched his pace! We all age and some slower than others but really euthanize yourself because of your looks. Are you serious, eh?
 LowPhreak wrote:

David Crosby is going to be 68 this month (Aug. 14). Let's see what you look like when you're in your 60's-70's. 

 
I am already 60 and if I looked anything like David's picture below, I think I would euthanize myself!  {#Eek}
 QuestionMark wrote:

I do belive this was before Mr. Young was part of this group...

 
Correct. Should be:

album art

I do belive this was before Mr. Young was part of this group...


 johnjconn wrote:
Like most CSN songs, this hasn't aged well.
Time to retire this one Bill
 

I disagree. This music is timeless, and this album is one of the greatest albums of all time.
 johnjconn wrote:
This song was groovie in the 60's
It was "keen" in the 70's
By the time the 80's came around, it start getting lame, fur sur
In the 90's only a remake by a grunge band would work
During the 00's it was like , so yesterday

Today, it's kind of boring
 
I have to say I agree here. Though I do like most CSN tunes...this one hasn't aged too well.
I found the version of this with Tom Jones and CSN &Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Kg0v0Er8Ak 

 
Great song;  wrong album cover on the page, I think.
long long  time   nice time{#Yes}                          {#Daisy}  

Still a great tune.
 Misterfixit wrote:

I disagree.  First, you had to have lived in those troubled times; second, you must listen to the words and understand that they are NOT about what may be obvious; to be trite, there is a deeper meaning to this song than can be fathomed on the first or even the tenth listening.  This song and the singing poetry goes deep into the collective consciences of the America people of that time.  The late 1960's were a terrible time and a wonderful time at the same time.The insane war in Vietnam and the breath-taking open-mindedness and hope of most of the youth of that day.  Well, I guess you just had to be there.  I know, I sure was.
 
Misterfixit.......as a member of the in-between generation of the 60's (i was 16 when Nixon was elected), i have to agree with you  whole-heartedly!!!
simply put, you had to be there to appreciate the kind of folk music that CS&N (and later Y) and others were producing.  Woodstock defined my adolescence and my generation.  it's like us saying the Great Depression was no big deal, but to our parents and grandparents it defined them.  'nuff said 

 miahfost wrote:
Sorry, but this song sounds dated. It seems like a paen to the hippies, a sop to those who would grow their hair long. In the sixties, you did not have to do anything to change the world, just put on a record like this, smoke pot and talk about it. Well I for one am sick of that sound track.
 
Don't look now, but the hippies are back. This time round we know how the movie ends, at least.

 annersjen wrote:

Just quibbling here, but I believe it is actually the darkest

 

Continuing the quibble, the darkest hour is going to be when where you are on earth is facing directly away from the sun.  That occurs from around 11 pm to 1 or 2 am, depending on daylight savings time and where you are in your time zone.  From that point on, there will be increasing light in the east as the earth rotates.  This is assuming that by "dawn", you mean sunrise.

 miahfost wrote:
Sorry, but this song sounds dated. It seems like a paen to the hippies, a sop to those who would grow their hair long. In the sixties, you did not have to do anything to change the world, just put on a record like this, smoke pot and talk about it. Well I for one am sick of that sound track.
 
I disagree.  First, you had to have lived in those troubled times; second, you must listen to the words and understand that they are NOT about what may be obvious; to be trite, there is a deeper meaning to this song than can be fathomed on the first or even the tenth listening.  This song and the singing poetry goes deep into the collective consciences of the America people of that time.  The late 1960's were a terrible time and a wonderful time at the same time.The insane war in Vietnam and the breath-taking open-mindedness and hope of most of the youth of that day.  Well, I guess you just had to be there.  I know, I sure was.

I believe that this album is their best.  But with CSN&Y it's hard to decide.  Anyway, the phrase "Speak out against the madness" echos the tragedy of the anti-Vietnam War times.
 soundlife wrote:
Yes ...  Long time is gone  but I still love this album!!!!
 
Someone Has Blundered: "Long Time Gone" was on the album "Crosby, Stills and Nash", not "Deja Vu". I really prefer the latter. 

"CSN" was a great album, but I never liked this song: it's very loosely structured and the lyrics don't seem to be about much of anything. Neil Young made CSN a better group with more focused lyrics when he joined in. 
Snore, this is suicidal music . . repetitive with no harmony at all. Awful{#Frustrated}
It's been a long time playing. Too long.
Long time gone, but this song remains lovely...{#Motor} {#Biggrin} {#Daisy}
 Rooney wrote:
Okay, perhaps I was a little harsh....A little hostile, even.  Stephen Stills really did look like a
Zobie poster boy.  David looked a little healthier. That being said, I still love their music.
I'll always be a fan of the 60's-70's CSNY.
{#Dance}

 
Hey, not sayin' I disagreed with your statement; just that I didn't say it.  {#Wink}
Okay, perhaps I was a little harsh....A little hostile, even.  Stephen Stills really did look like a
Zobie poster boy.  David looked a little healthier. That being said, I still love their music.
I'll always be a fan of the 60's-70's CSNY.{#Dance}

 Rooney wrote:
On_The_Beach didn't write:
Even I, on my worst days possible don't look that bad.  Gazooks and crimeney!!!!!!!!  And holy sh*t bricks, Batman.
 

Don't be afraid of the dark...
——————————————————————

Not sure how these replies to replies to replies get mixed up, but for the record I posted the photos but didn't make any subsequent comments, particularly the one in bold green type, above (from Rooney). Cheers.
- OTB

 Rooney wrote:

 
On_The_Beach wrote:


Even I, on my worst days possible don't look that bad.  Gazooks and crimeney!!!!!!!!  And holy sh*t bricks, Batman.


 


Don't be afraid of the dark...

 
On_The_Beach wrote:
 WayUpNorth wrote:
To look at them now, they're like the poster children for the ravages of drugs + booze + time. 

 
Now and then.

https://www.yuppiepunk.org/images/davidcrosby.jpg  
Stephen Stills 2
Luckily for us "non-celebrities", we get to age in private.
 

Even I, on my worst days possible don't look that bad.  Gazooks and crimeney!!!!!!!!  And holy sh*t bricks, Batman.


Yes ...  Long time is gone  but I still love this album!!!!
Superb!
 miahfost wrote:
Sorry, but this song sounds dated. It seems like a paen to the hippies, a sop to those who would grow their hair long. In the sixties, you did not have to do anything to change the world, just put on a record like this, smoke pot and talk about it. Well I for one am sick of that sound track.
 

Are you serious?  You really don't have a clue, are you from another cou....... oh wait a minute, sorry, I thought you might have lived through it and really did have some experience, but you don't and probably never will.
I remember being in a store decades ago when this LP first came out, and I was trying to decide between buying this one or a Three Dog Night album. Of course I bought the wrong one—fuckin' fool.
 scraig wrote:

I'm thinking the same thing trying to buy the darn song...
 
Never heared this version before, you guys are wright!!

the high point...then straight downhill
 jayjhen wrote:
Funny.... I can swear that the album cover shown doesn't match the album this song comes from. It's showing the Deja Vu cover for the  Crosby Stills & Nash album. Hmmmm.... {#Stupid}
 
I'm thinking the same thing trying to buy the darn song...
Funny.... I can swear that the album cover shown doesn't match the album this song comes from. It's showing the Deja Vu cover for the  Crosby Stills & Nash album. Hmmmm.... {#Stupid}
Feeling good now! 

This is weird but good! My dad still has this LP and when i was a little kid he often listened to it. Remembering as a child i never understood why he'd wanna listen to that music, especially with an old-fashioned cover like this one.

Now this song comes on, i don't know it but i like it, so i check the playlist and see it's CS&N... Funny how memories catch up on you...
And yeah, i love it now!! 8


I'll never forget the haunting feeling that came over me and sent chills up my spine the first time I heard this song when it came out. Still evokes that distant emotional sensation to this day. 
Having come to the dawn after a very long night many a time when this album was new, the darkest hour is just before the dawn developed a pretty amazing resonance.

It appears to be a long
It appears to be a long
Time, such a long, long time
Before the dawn.

I still go "Oh" every time I hear the first notes of this song.

 Stefen wrote:
Just before the dawn is the coldest hour, not the darkest.  But who's to quible?
 
Just quibbling here, but I believe it is actually the darkest

Just before the dawn is the coldest hour, not the darkest.  But who's to quibble?

 WayUpNorth wrote:
To look at them now, they're like the poster children for the ravages of drugs + booze + time. 

 
Now and then.

https://www.yuppiepunk.org/images/davidcrosby.jpg  
Stephen Stills 2
Luckily for us "non-celebrities", we get to age in private.


Hi Bill,   I love Long Time Gone.  It's a great song and a great album, but it's not on CSN&Y Deja Vu.  It's  on CSN, their  self-titled first album.  Just happen to catch it.  I'm not that much of a geek to check everything you play, but I do look every-now and then.  Love what you do,

Best Wishes for the New Year,
Dustin

PS  I bought one of your t-shirts today, my second!

Crosby, Stills, and Nash - "Our House" Live  


"Magnificent!"


Here's the album:

One of Crosby's better songs, including his Byrds and solo work.
Thanks RP.. !!! nice to hear this now!!..
This is pretty good....considering it was made by HIPPIES!

I cant listen this without seeing that brilliant split screen footage from the Woodstock film in my minds eye.


I love this tune. I just bought this CD, having wanted for a many of years. I must point out that Long Time Gone is not on Da, ja vue CD. I wish it was, it would have been a bonus...
An absolute 10 for eternity.
 martinc wrote:
Does anyone remember Crosby Still & Nash appearance on the Tom Jones show? Tom Jones sat in and did the lead vocals for this and joined in the harmony. My memory is that it was fantastic
 
Gawd I'd love to find that turn up on YouTube.
 
 martinc wrote:
Does anyone remember Crosby Still & Nash appearance on the Tom Jones show? Tom Jones sat in and did the lead vocals for this and joined in the harmony. My memory is that it was fantastic
 

Oh, so, vaguely...............sure would have been righteous!
Hey LF, I got yo' back man........
 WayUpNorth wrote:


To look at them now, they're like the poster children for the ravages of drugs + booze + time. 
 
David Crosby is going to be 68 this month (Aug. 14). Let's see what you look like when you're in your 60's-70's. 

 miahfost wrote:
Sorry, but this song sounds dated. It seems like a paen to the hippies, a sop to those who would grow their hair long. In the sixties, you did not have to do anything to change the world, just put on a record like this, smoke pot and talk about it. Well I for one am sick of that sound track.
 
And I am sick of the shaved-head, iPod/cell phone addicted set like you that make too many stereotypes and assumptions about the 60's, or "hippies", or any of the music from that era. How's that for a stereotype? 

 

{#Arrowd} Ouch.
 gjeeg wrote:
"They're so thin!"
Don't artists make their best music when they're young and thin and hungry?
You can tell the successful musicians as they fatten up and bloat.
Politicans too. Too much of the good life.
Gaunt and burning is good.

To look at them now, they're like the poster children for the ravages of drugs + booze + time. 



Does anyone remember Crosby Still & Nash appearance on the Tom Jones show? Tom Jones sat in and did the lead vocals for this and joined in the harmony. My memory is that it was fantastic
"They're so thin!"
Don't artists make their best music when they're young and thin and hungry?
You can tell the successful musicians as they fatten up and bloat.
Politicans too. Too much of the good life.
Gaunt and burning is good.
Got my Tix to catch CSN at the Ampitheatre in St. Augustine in August! Can't wait!{#Bounce}
 buddy wrote:
Um...isn't this the wrong album cover? It should be...

 
Does anything sum up the era better than this classic shot?

 woozurbuddy wrote:
This is undeniably the most relevant (still) and best song CSN ever recorded.  10.
 
I agree, it sounds like it was spun from the mixture of our collective consciousness with the unending cosmos.
Young, Taylor and Reeves
 trempel wrote:

And you're not from the country or the time that this music originated? Let's just say it's always harder to appreciate something if you really don't know what it means.

 

Yeah, let's listen to something really relevant (and Canadian) like Celine Dion or Rush.

To miahfost: you just had to be there, I guess. And by the way, someone from B.C. talking negatively about pot smoking is somewhat similar to a Frenchman cursing winos. IMHO. {#Sealed}
Wrong album art that is.....

 
BoulderKevin wrote:
Wrong album-this song is from the first album, CSN, not Deja Vu......
 


 jagdriver wrote:

Stills can sit in a chair!!!!!!

 
And how much more do you weigh 40 years later?