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  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - Inside Looking Out 1969

    9:40

    Mark Farner - guitar, harmonica, vocals
    Don Brewer - drums, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass

    Inside-Looking Out, often written Inside Looking Out,is a 1966 single by The Animals. It was a substantial hit in their native land, reaching number 12 on the UK Singles Chart, number 21 in Canada, but was at best a minor hit in the United States, reaching number 34 on the U.S. pop singles chart. The song is very loosely based on a work chant entitled Rosie collected by musicologist Alan Lomax and released in his album Popular Songbook.

    In 1969 it was covered by Grand Funk Railroad, who on their album Grand Funk added some marijuana references to the lyrics such as changing the original's rebirth to reefer. A reworking of portions of the song was also recorded by the Austrian band Novak's Kapelle in 1969 as Hypodermic Needle. It was later covered by doom metal band The Obsessed, released on their 1999 compilation album, Incarnate and again by The Greenhornes on their 2001 self-titled second album. In 2001, Eric Burdon released a live cover on Official Live Bootleg 2000.

    Dan Auerbach does a live cover on his recent shows.

    Other covers included by Fringe, Gerry Joe Weise, The Mops, and Layabouts. A sample from the Grand Funk version is embedded in the song High 5 (Rock The Catskills) on the Beck album Odelay.

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Im Your Captain/Closer To Home

    10:00

    Grand Funk Railroad's song I'm Your Captain/Closer To Home.

    Enjoy!

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Were An American Band song promo film

    4:14

    Video for the song We're An American Band taken during the pivotal recording sessions for the self-titled album.

    Check out my Grand Funk Railroad cover of I'm your Captain/Closer to Home:


    Rock on!

    Lyrics:
    Out on the road for forty days
    Last night in Little Rock, put me in a haze
    Sweet, sweet Connie was doin' her act
    She had the whole show and that's a natural fact

    Up all night with Freddie King
    I got to tell you, poker's his thing
    Booze and ladies, keep me right
    As long as we can make it to the show tonight

    We're an American band
    We're an American band
    We're comin' to your town
    We'll help you party it down
    We're an American band

    Four young chiquitas in Omaha
    Waitin' for the band to return from the show
    A feelin' good, feelin' right and it's Saturday night
    The hotel detective, he was outta sight

    Now these fine ladies, they had a plan
    They was out to meet the boys in the band
    They said, Come on dudes, let's get it on!
    And we proceeded to tear that hotel down

    We're an American band
    We're an American band
    We're comin' to your town
    We'll help you party it down
    We're an American band x4

    We're an American band (whooo)
    We're an American band (whooo)
    We're an American band (whooo)

    Guitar & Vocals: Mark Farner
    Drums & Lead Vocals: Don Brewer
    Bass Guitar: Mel Schacher
    Keyboards: Craig Frost

    I DO NOT OWN THIS MATERIAL.
    The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Capitol Records.

  • Paranoid

    7:53

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Paranoid (Remastered) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Grand Funk (Red Album)

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer: Mark Farner

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Heartbreaker -- 1974

    7:40

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Im Your Captain - Shea Stadium 1971

    6:09

    Grand Funk Railroad - I'm Your Captain (Live 1971)
    This video was shown at Shea Stadium the entire last year before Shea closed. This July 9th 1971 concert still holds the ticket sales record, breaking the record set by The Beatles.

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  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Were An American Band -- live 1974

    3:26

  • Were An American Band

    3:28

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    We're An American Band (Remastered 2002) · Grand Funk Railroad

    We're An American Band

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer, Studio Personnel, Engineer: Todd Rundgren
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Seth Snyder
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Vosgien
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: Mark Farner
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Drums, Percussion: Don Brewer
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Mel Schacher
    Associated Performer, Organ: Craig Frost
    Composer Lyricist: Don Brewer

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • I Can Feel Him In The Morning

    7:16

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    I Can Feel Him In The Morning (Remastered 2002) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Survival

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer: Mark Farner
    Composer: Don Brewer

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Feelin Alright

    4:28

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Feelin' Alright (Remastered 2002) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Survival

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Vosgien
    Composer Lyricist: Dave Mason

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • People, Lets Stop The War

    5:13

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    People, Let's Stop The War (Remastered) · Grand Funk Railroad

    E Pluribus Funk

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer Lyricist: Mark Farner

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Grand Funk - Were an American Band 1973

    40:23

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    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.
    If you like this album please buy it for the full experience.

    Line-up / Musicians

    Mark Farner - guitar, electric piano (03), harmonica, conga, lead vocals
    Don Brewer - drums, percussion, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass
    Craig Frost - organ, clavinet, electric piano, Moog synthesizer

    Tracks Listing

    A1.We're an American Band
    A2.Stop Lookin' Back
    A3.Creepin'
    A4.Black Licorice
    B1.The Railroad
    B2.Ain't Got Nobody
    B3.Walk Like a Man
    B4.Loneliest Rider

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Im Your Captain 720P

    6:43

    I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home) is a 1970 song written by American musician Mark Farner and recorded by Grand Funk Railroad as the closing track to their album Closer to Home. Ten minutes in duration, it is the band's longest studio recording. One of the group's best-known songs, it is composed as two distinct but closely related movements. Its title has been rendered in various ways across many different Grand Funk albums, including I'm Your Captain, I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home, Closer to Home/I'm Your Captain, Closer to Home (I'm Your Captain), and Closer to Home.[1]

    The song conveys the pleas of a captain on a troubled sea voyage and facing a mutiny from his crew. Its use of an orchestra during the long repeated refrains of the closing movement served to differentiate it from much of Grand Funk's work. Several interpretations of the song have been given; most revolve around the Vietnam War, and I'm Your Captain is popular among veterans of that conflict.

    A truncated version of the song was a modest hit single when first released, but the track achieved greater airplay on progressive rock radio stations. It has become a classic rock staple and has appeared on several audience-selected lists as one of the best rock songs of all time.

  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Heartbreaker -- 1972

    6:29

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Good Singin Good Playin 1976

    45:37

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    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.
    If you like this album please buy it for the full experience.

    Line-up / Musicians

    Mark Farner - guitar, vocals, piano (A4)
    Don Brewer - drums, percussion, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass, backing vocals
    Craig Frost - keyboards, backing vocals
    &
    Frank Zappa - guitar (B2)

    Tracks Listing


    A1.Just Couldn't Wait
    A2.Can You Do It 03:30
    A3.Pass It Around
    A4.Don't Let 'Em Take Your Gun
    A5.Miss My Baby
    B1.Big Buns
    B2.Out to Get You
    B3.Crossfire
    B4.1976
    B5.Release Your Love
    B6.Goin' for the Pastor

  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - Rock & Roll Soul

    4:13

    Live at The Forum, Los Angeles, California. June 1974

    Mark Farner (Vocals, Guitar)
    Mel Schacher (Bass)
    Don Brewer (Drums & Backing Vocals)
    Craig Frost (Keyboards & Backing Vocals)

  • Grand Funk Railroad Live @ The Playboy Mansion - Mr. Limousine Driver

    7:42

    The Grand Funk Railroad on Playboy After Dark in 1969. Hugh Hefner & Barbie Benton wecome Mark, Don, & Mel to The Mansion to perform Mr. Limousine Driver & Please Don't Worry. The Mansion wasn't really setup for a rock band to perform live back then, thus the lipsync.

  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Mr. Limousine Driver -- 1969

    3:33

    Funk's first television appearance on Playboy After Dark show (Playboy Channel) Los Angeles - December 3. (The particular episode re-broadcasted on KTLA-5 TV - February 24 1970) A bizarre show for GFR to perform, you might say, however both cuts performed Mr. Limousine Driver and Please Don't Worry was matching the show... The challenge to perform lip-synching [!!!] was too 'Grand' as most big name groups had a spot on Hefner's popular show! It would also be a shot in the back for the -just released- second single Mr. Limousine Driver b/w High Falootin' Woman and the upcoming [now famous] Red Album including such rockin' cuts as Inside Looking Out and In Need...
    Some of you may disagree about the 'first television appearance' but I, who have studied Grand Funk... :o) believe that The Show taping in Hershey's WITF studios occurred months later, probably May 15 1970, no matter what info Capitol - EMI cd / dvd comp. gives...
    JT

  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD 1998 TOUR VIDEO COMPILATION

    1:11:47

    GRAND FUNK RAILROAD
    1998 TOUR VIDEO COMPILATION

    Track List: 1) I'm Your Captain/We're American Band Comp 2. Mark & Don Unplugged
    3. 1998 TV Interview 4. Mark & Don Unplugged 2 5. Rock & Roll Soul
    6. Walk Like A Man 7. Into The Sun 8. Heartbreaker 9. The Railroad
    10. GFR w/Ted Nugent Time Machine 11. GFR w/Ted Nugent The Locomotion
    12. Mean Mistreater 13. Some Kind Of Wonderful 14. Shinin' On
    15. We're An American Band

    *NOTE* This video uses copyrighted material in a manner that does not
    require approval of the copyright holder. No copyright infringement
    is intended. The musical content is used under the FAIR USE policy,
    and is presented purely in good faith for the purposes of promoting
    information of an educational and historical nature only. All
    copyright claim is fully retained by the authors, publishers, and
    owners of the original.

  • Grand Funk Railroad - The Locomotion

    2:58

    Shinin' On (1974)

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Mean Mistreater

    4:28

    The 2002 Digital Remastered edition of Mean Mistreater by Grand Funk Railroad.

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Country Road

    4:24

    Artist: Grand Funk Railroad
    Album: Survival
    Year: 1971

    No copyright intended. Enjoy!

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Some Kind Of Wonderful

    3:08

    I don't need a whole lots of money
    I don't need a big, fine car
    I got everything that a man could want
    I got more than I could ask for
    I don't have to run around
    I don't have to stay out all night
    'Cause I got me a sweet, a sweet lovin' woman
    And she knows just how to treat me right

    Well my baby, she's all right
    Well my baby, she's clean out of sight, don't you know that
    She's

    She's some kind of wonderful
    She's some kind of wonderful
    Yes she is, she's a
    She's some kind of wonderful
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    When I hold her in my arms
    You know, she sets my soul on fire
    Ooh, when my baby kisses me
    My heart becomes filled with desire
    When she wraps her lovin' arms around me
    It 'bout tires me out of my mind
    Yeah, when my baby kisses me chills run up and down my spine

    Well my baby, she's all right
    Uh, my baby, she's clean out of sight, don't you know that
    She's

    She's some kind of wonderful
    She's some kind of wonderful
    Yes she is, she's a
    She's some kind of wonderful
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    Now is there anybody got a sweet little woman like mine
    Got to be somebody, got, got a sweet little woman like mine

    Can I get a witness
    Can I get a witness
    Can I get a witness
    Can I get a witness
    Can I get a witness
    Can I get a witness

    I'm talkin', talkin' 'bout my baby
    She's some kind of wonderful (yeah)
    Talkin' 'bout my baby
    She's some kind of wonderful
    Talkin' 'bout my baby
    She's some kind of wonderful
    I'm talkin' 'bout my baby
    She's some kind of wonderful (my baby, my baby)
    I'm talkin' about my baby,
    (My baby, my baby) she's some kind of wonderful
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah my baby, my baby
    She's some kind of wonderful
    Talkin' 'bout my baby
    (My baby, my baby) she's some kind of wonderful
    I'm talkin' 'bout my baby
    (My baby, my baby) she's some kind of wonderful
    I'm talkin' 'bout my baby
    She's some kind of wonderful
    She's some kind of wonderful

  • Grand Funk Railroad Live - Are You Ready

    3:56

    One of the historic early appearances, at the Texas International Pop Festival (August 30 to September 1) in Lewisville, just north of Dallas.

    Grand Funk opened all three days for free and made quite a sensation, just like they did in Atlanta [Pop Festival] nearly two months earlier.

    Standing ovations of an estimated 120.000 total had Grand Funk multi-encoring to the point Farner couldn't even walk off stage! (a common situation in later shows...)

    More than 12 hours worth of footage films stored at the Historic Films selves waiting in the obscurity for somebody to make a move... A movie! Just like a group of intelligent people did with Festival Express! Ironically, the Railroad was absent in that 1970 Express... More ironically, absent they were from Woodstock (even if they had been asked to play) because Mark was still recovering from some very bad beating a few weeks after the Atlanta triumph... (By most accounts, Grand Funk's first public appearance after Mark's incident was in front of 30.000 at the Centennial Park [Nashville Music Festival] August 22 - 24)

  • Closer To Home Grand Funk

    44:50

    Closer To Home
    Grand Funk
    Side A
    1Sin's a Good Man's Brother
    2Aimless Lady
    3 Nothing Is the Same
    4 Mean Mistreater
    5 Get It Together
    Side B
    1 I Don't Have to Sing the Blues
    2 Hooked On Love
    3 I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home)

  • Grand Funk Railroad - LONELINESS

    8:37

    LONELINESS

    Loneliness cries deep from my soul,
    Keeps trying to tell me about the world growing so cold.
    Too many people trying to take from my Earth,
    But we can't live without controlling our birth.

    Deep inside a voice cries out for you,
    It's not alone 'cause, people, I been cryin' too.
    If we don't stop what we all see is wrong,
    I guarantee you mankind won't live long.

    CHORUS
    There's a land, a glorius land,
    It's right here on Earth.
    Understand what you can from the land,
    Your life is it's worth.
    Woah-oh, woah-oh, woah-oh-oh.
    Woah-oh, woah-oh, woah-oh-oh.
    Woah-oh, woah-oh, woah-oh-oh.

    To face the problems that everyone's found,
    We must replace what we took out of the ground.
    Pray for your brother, let your soul find a way,
    Help one another, oh, please listen to what I say.

    CHORUS

    Loneliness ...
    Oh ..., I can't get away from loneliness ...
    Yeah, loneliness ... oooo ...
    Loneliness ...
    Yeah, loneli- ... loneli- ... lo- ... neliness ...
    I just can't get away from loneli- ...loneliness ...
    Yeah, ... yeah ...

    Loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...
    Can't get away from loneliness ...

  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - People, Lets Stop the War

    5:14

    This song opens with a few tense moments like those at the beginning of Gimme Shelter and moves into a sledgehammer riff highlighted by Farner's driving guitar. They lyrics are not exactly heavy (if we had a president that did just what he said, the country would be alright. George Wallace?) but the arrangement and solid instrumentation give the song a feeling of resolute conviction that gets the message across perfectly.

  • Paranoid - Grand Funk Railroad

    7:53

    Paranoid from Grand Funk Railroads 3rd LP.

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Some Kind of Wonderful

    4:09

    grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits

  • Grand Funk Railroad-Cant be Too Long

    6:28

    This is one of the songs from the first album of Grand Funk Railroad

  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Footstompin Music -- live 1974

    4:00

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Shes Some Kind Of Wonderful live

    3:43

    Grand Funk Railroad live at the Palace, Auburn Hills, MI, 4/20/97


    Check out my Grand Funk Railroad cover of I'm your Captain/Closer to Home:


    Rock on!

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Inside Looking Out - EP Classic Grand Funk! 1969

    9:17

    Famous Flint Michigan rock band doing The Animals cover featuring Mark Farner. UK Pressing 33rpm, full length album cut. From their self titled LP. know as the Red Album

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Sins a Good Mans Brother

    4:52

    2002 Digital Remastered edition of Sin's a Good Man Brother by Grand Funk Railroad.

  • Grand Funk Live - T.N.U.C.

    9:59

    live

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Were an American Band

    3:31

    grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits

  • Grand Funk Railroad - History Part 1 Of 5

    9:57


    The untold story of America's Greatest Band, Mark Farner & Grand Funk Railroad. Click on the link below & sign the online petition to induct Mark Farner & GFRxR into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame now!

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Footstompin Music

    3:51

    grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Im Your Captain - 7/30/13

    8:39

    Grand Funk Railroad performs I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home) from their 1970 album Closer to Home at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa, NY. Classic American Band Grand Funk Railroad includes original members Don Brewer and Mel Schacher, Max Carl, formerly of .38 Special, and Bruce Kulick, who spent 12 years as the guitarist for Kiss, after stints with The Good Rats and Michael Bolton.

    Grand Funk Railroad
    Don Brewer - drums
    Mel Schacher - bass
    Max Carl - lead vocals and guitar
    Bruce Kulick - lead guitar and vocals
    Tim Cashion - keyboards

    Official Websites:


  • Grand Funk Railroad - The Loco-Motion

    2:51

    grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits

  • British guitarist analyses Grand Funk Railroad live in 1969!

    17:29

    Tonight I'm taking a look at Grand Funk Railroad back in 1969!
    Original video -

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - I Can Feel Him in the Morning

    7:20

    I Can Feel Him in the Morning words and music Don Brewer/Mark Farner

    I Can Feel Him in the Morning is from 'Survival', Grand Funk's fourth studio album.

    I do not own the rights to this material.

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Inside Looking Out

    9:42

    Grand Funk Railroad - Inside Looking Out (Grand Funk, 1969)

    Mark Farner - guitar, vocals
    Don Brewer - drums, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Heartbreaker

    6:53

    Grand Funk Railroad - Heartbreaker (On Time, 1969)

    Mark Farner - guitar, vocals
    Don Brewer - drums, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Are You Ready

    3:39

    Grand Funk Railroad - Are You Ready

  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - Shinin On

    5:58

    Live at The Forum, Los Angeles, California. June 1974

    Mark Farner (Vocals, Guitar)
    Mel Schacher (Bass)
    Don Brewer (Drums & Vocals)
    Craig Frost (Keyboards & Backing Vocals)

  • Grand Funk Railroad Mean Mistreater with Lyrics in Description

    4:27

    Track 4 from their third and most successful album “Closer To Home” released in 1970, copyright Capitol Records. It achieved Gold status that same year, and has since been certified Platinum in 1992. Recorded from CD. Written by Mark Farner and produced by Terry Knight. RIP Terry Knight. Featuring:

    Mark Farner – Lead vocals, lead guitars & keyboards
    Mel Schacher – Bass
    Don Brewer – Drums & background vocals

    Mean mistreater, you make me cry
    You lay around and (watch me die)

    Mean mistreater, can't you see I'm real?
    Are you satisfied with the (way you feel?)

    I've tried hard to live without you in (so many ways)
    I just can't help myself from thinkin' of you for the (rest of my days)
    Heartache is at my doorstep, won't (leave me alone)
    I just can't get used to it now that (I'm on my own)

    I know all about you, your childhood days
    Your Mom and Dad, (your pretty face)

    Mean mistreater, if you need me
    I'm needin' you (to set me free)
    Mmm-hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Inside Looking Out - 6/13/70 - Part 1

    7:42

    This is part 1 of Grand Funk Railroad's complete performance of Inside Looking Out from Cincinatti Ohio 6/13/70. It's in 2 parts as it was broadcast on live television that hot June afternoon. This was a historic event, as many believe this early Hard Rock peformance was the begining of what was to become known as Heavy Metal. Grand Funk Railroad created their own genre of music & became the first band to sell 10 consecutive platinum albums. They also broke ticket sales records wherever they played. Help us correct the injustice. Everyone click on the link below to sign the petition to induct Mark Farner & GFRxR into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame now.

    Im sitting here lonely like a broken man.
    I serve my time doin the best I can.
    Walls and bars they surround me.
    But, I dont want no sympathy.

    No baby, no baby,
    All I need is some tender lovin.
    To keep me sane in this burning oven.
    And, when my time is up, youll be my reefer.

    Life gets worse on gods green earth.
    Be my reefer, got to keep smokin that thing.
    No, no, no, no, no, no.
    No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

    I said now baby ... baby ..., let me smoke it ... smoke it ...
    Makes me feel good ... feel good, yes, I feel good ... ahhhhh ...
    Yes, I feel alright ... feel alright ..., yes, I feel alright ... feel alright ...
    Yes, I feel alright ... ahhhhh ...
    Ohhhhh ...

    Ice cold water is runnin through my veins.
    They try and drag me back to work again.
    Pain and blisters on my mind and hands.
    I work all day making up burlap bags.

    The oats theyre feeding me are driving me wild.
    I feel unhappy like a new born child.
    Now, when my time is up, you wait and see.
    These walls and bars wont keep that stuff from me.

    No, no, baby,
    Wont keep that stuff from me.
    No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.
    No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

    I need you right now mama.
    I need you right now baby.
    Right by my side, honey.
    All night long.

    Make me feel alright ...
    Yes, all ..., yes, all ..., yes, all ... alright.

    You better come on up and get down with me.
    Ill make you feel real good, just you wait and see.

    Make me feel alright ..., yes, I feel alright ...
    Yes, all ..., yes, all ..., yes, alright.

  • Gimme Shelter - Grand Funk Railroad

    6:30

    Editing: Stefano Ponis
    From the 1971 album Survival.
    Take a look to my Playlist: The Best Rock Songs Ever Heard (194), thanks

  • グランド・ファンク・レイルロード ロコモーション Grand Funk Railroad The Loco Motion

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