andydailing Getting me ready for the weekend!
andydailing I know I played this yesterday but it's sooooo goood!
andydailing Probably my all-time favorite Marley song! Reminds me of laying on my back in warm grass!
andydailing This song makes me think of summer!

311Amber

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andydailing A great song from the "50 First Dates" Adam Sandler Movie (not his greatest work but still funny)!
andydailing Jimmy's homage to Dylan! Great song!
andydailing I think its Five O' Clock in Greenland right now!
andydailing Did this song have a resurgence in the the mid 90's? Because it reminds me of my senior year of high school. Weird!
andydailing Greatest American rock band ever!

StyxBabe

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evablue ok one more. laterz. :D

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ckras Damn Yankees - High Enough

Damn Yankees - High Enough

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rico Good evening ladies and gentlemen, hope you're feeling fine
andydailing Di fus wata hog pass him wash himself!

Bob MarleyJammin

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andydailing Let's pick it up a bit (but not too much).
andydailing A laid back song for a busy Tuesday morning.

Amos LeeColors

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andydailing I love that he refers to his woman as "his lady"!
andydailing Takes me back!

Edmundfitzgerald

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jph Mr Alan Price

O_Lucky_Man

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andydailing Bob Marley is a great cure for 3 frickin' inches of snow on the ground in the first week of April!
andydailing Colin Hay is one of my all time favorite artists. Great voice and awesome songs.
andydailing An old song covered by everybody but a really great version!
andydailing This song makes me sad because I thought I was the gangster of love :(
andydailing Don Henley and Kermit duet. Not a bad version!

kermit-and-don_henley-bein_green

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andydailing This song is better that Prozac!
andydailing Great Marley song. Reminds me of hot sand beneath my feet and the shadows of a palm tree keeping me cool.
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