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If living right is easy, what goes wrong, you're causing it

To drown
Didn't want to turn that way
You're causing it
To drown
Doesn't make a difference now
You're causing it
Silence knows, can't drown a heart

"Drown" by Son Volt



  • Mr Winkler
  • 1 January 2099

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1977 double album by Santana


Side One

  1. Dawn/Go Within
  2. Carnaval (Live)
  3. Let the Children Play (Live)
  4. Jugando (Live)
  5. I'll Be Waiting

Side Two

  1. Zulu
  2. Bahia
  3. Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen (Live)
  4. Dance Sister Dance (Baila Mi Hermana) (Live)
  5. Europa (Earth's Cry Heaven's Smile) (Live)

Side Three

  1. She's Not There
  2. Flor D'Luna (Moonflower)
  3. Soul Sacrifice/Head, Hands & Feet (Live)

Side Four

  1. El Morrocco
  2. Transcendence
  3. Savor/Toussaint L'Overture (Live)

"Carnaval", "Let the Children Play" and "Jugando" are from the album Festival, which was released in early 1977. "Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen" is from Santana's second album Abraxas, which was released in 1970. "Dance Sister Dance" and "Europa" are from their 1976 album Amigos. "Soul Sacrifice" and "Savor" are from their self-titled debut album, which was released in 1969. "Toussaint L'Overture" is from their third album Santana III, which was released in 1971. "She's Not There" was orginally done by the Zombies, and it was written by Rod Argent, who joined Argent after he left the Zombies.


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