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Playlist of Neil Young

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    Neil Young - Heart Of Gold

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    Live from 1971. Neil digs around in his pockets trying to find the right harp and then plays a new song...Heart of Gold.

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    NEIL YOUNG - OLD MAN

    4:09

    Sing-A-Long

    Old man look at my life,
    I'm a lot like you were.
    Old man look at my life,
    I'm a lot like you were.

    Old man look at my life,
    Twenty four
    and there's so much more
    Live alone in a paradise
    That makes me think of two.

    Love lost, such a cost,
    Give me things
    that don't get lost.
    Like a coin that won't get tossed
    Rolling home to you.

    Old man take a look at my life
    I'm a lot like you
    I need someone to love me
    the whole day through
    Ah, one look in my eyes
    and you can tell that's true.

    Lullabies, look in your eyes,
    Run around the same old town.
    Doesn't mean that much to me
    To mean that much to you.

    I've been first and last
    Look at how the time goes past.
    But I'm all alone at last.
    Rolling home to you.

    Old man take a look at my life
    I'm a lot like you
    I need someone to love me
    the whole day through
    Ah, one look in my eyes
    and you can tell that's true.

    Old man look at my life,
    I'm a lot like you were.
    Old man look at my life,
    I'm a lot like you were.

    Recorded 23rd February 1971
    BBC Television Theatre,
    Shepherd's Bush, London.

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    Neil Young - Harvest Moon

    5:05

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    Neil Young - Cortez The Killer

    7:28

    From Zuma (1975)
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    Cortez The Killer

    He came dancing across the water
    With his galleons and guns
    Looking for the new world
    In that palace in the sun.

    On the shore lay Montezuma
    With his coca leaves and pearls
    In his halls he often wondered
    With the secrets of the worlds.

    And his subjects
    gathered 'round him
    Like the leaves around a tree
    In their clothes of many colors
    For the angry gods to see.

    And the women all were beautiful
    And the men stood
    straight and strong
    They offered life in sacrifice
    So that others could go on.

    Hate was just a legend
    And war was never known
    The people worked together
    And they lifted many stones.

    They carried them
    to the flatlands
    And they died along the way
    But they built up
    with their bare hands
    What we still can't do today.

    And I know she's living there
    And she loves me to this day
    I still can't remember when
    Or how I lost my way.

    He came dancing across the water
    Cortez, Cortez
    What a killer.

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    Neil Young - Needle And The Damage Done

    2:48

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    Neil Young - Down By The River Remastered

    9:21

    Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

    Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, the second album by Neil Young (his first with Crazy Horse), was released 45 years ago today (14 May 1969). It peaked at number 34 on the US Billboard 200 and has been certified a platinum album by the RIAA.

    The album contains three songs that became standards in his performance repertoire: Cinnamon Girl, Down By The River and Cowgirl In The Sand, all of which were written when Young had a 103 °F (39.5 °C) fever. In 2003, the album was ranked number 208 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Young's final lead vocal track (on the original album) was actually a temporary scratch vocal he sang through the low quality talk-back microphone on the mixing board, with no effects such as reverb. Young liked the stark contrast to the rest of the recording and used the track, becoming one of Young's many innovations.

    Upon release, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere received generally favorable reviews from critics. Bruce Miroff of Rolling Stone wrote a favorable review, describing Young's voice as perpetually mournful, without being maudlin or pathetic. It hints at a world in which sorrow underlies everything [...] because that world is recognizable to most of us, Young's singing is often strangely moving. Despite stating that in several respects [the album] falls short of his previous effort and that the lyricism of the first album can only be found in faint traces, he went on to state that the album offers ample rewards. Young's music partially makes up for its lack of grace by its energy and its assurance. Robert Christgau rated the album a B+, stating that Young is a strange artist and I am not all the way into him yet, but this record is haunting.

    However, later reviews have been more positive. William Ruhlmann of music database website Allmusic rated the album five out of five stars. Ruhlmann stated that released only four months after his first [album], was nearly a total rejection of that polished effort. He noted that Cinnamon Girl, Down By The River, and Cowgirl In The Sand were useful as frames on which to hang the extended improvisations Young played with Crazy Horse and to reflect the ominous tone of his singing. He concluded that the album set a musical pattern Young and his many musical descendants have followed ever since [...] and a lot of contemporary bands were playing music clearly influenced by it. Mark Richardson of Pitchfork Media rated the album 10 out of 10 points, stating that the opening riff to 'Cinnamon Girl' erases the memory of Neil Young completely in about five seconds and that Crazy Horse were loose and sloppy, privileging groove and feeling above all. He also said that Young sounds comfortable and confident, singing with the versatile voice that has changed remarkably little in the 40 years since and concluded that it was a sort of big bang for Young, a dense moment of creative explosion that saw possibilities expanding in every direction.


    Down By The River is a song composed by Neil Young. Young explained the context of the story in the liner notes of his 1977 anthology album Decade, stating that he wrote Down By The River, Cinnamon Girl and Cowgirl In The Sand while delirious in bed in Topanga Canyon with a 103 °F (39 °C) fever.

    The lyrics are apparently about someone who kills his lover by shooting her. The reason he gives for the killing is that she takes him to emotional heights from which he cannot bear to go on. Young has provided multiple explanations for the lyrics. In an interview with Robert Greenfield in 1970 Young claimed that there's no real murder in it. It's about blowing your thing with a chick. It's a plea, a desperate cry. Introducing the song in New Orleans on September 27, 1984 Young claimed that it depicts a man who had a lot of trouble controlling himself who catches his woman cheating on him, then meets her down by the river and shoots her. A few hours later the sheriff comes to his house and arrests him.

    Down By The River begins with electric guitars followed by bass guitar and snare drum before the vocals begin. The vocal sections are taken at a slow tempo. There are long instrumental passages after each of the first two refrains, during which Young plays short, staccato notes on his guitar and incorporates distortion.

    Rolling Stone critic Rob Sheffield calls Down By The River and Cowgirl In The Sand the key tracks on Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, calling them long, violent guitar jams, rambling over the nine-minute mark with no trace of virtuosity at all, just staccato guitar blasts sounding as though Young is parachuting down into the middle of the Hatfield-McCoy feud. In one solo, the same staccato note is repeated 38 times. Allmusic critic Bill Janovitz describes the groove as lazy, almost funky, stating that this helps partially obscure the malevolence in its lyric.

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    Neil Young Greatest Hits Full Album - Best Of Neil Young Playlist

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    Neil Young Greatest Hits Full Album - Best Of Neil Young Playlist
    Neil Young Greatest Hits Full Album - Best Of Neil Young Playlist
    Neil Young Greatest Hits Full Album - Best Of Neil Young Playlist

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    Neil Young - Four Strong Winds w/ lyrics

    4:06

    Four Strong Winds a track from his 1978 Comes A Time solo album.

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    Neil Young - Dead Man Theme

    5:02

    This is the theme song of the film Dead Man by Jim Jarmusch, composed and performed solo by Neil Young.

    This is the long version of the theme song from the promotional CD single of the soundtrack album. Unfortunately this version is not on the soundtrack album itself, or on the film DVD.

    The promotional single is titled Theme From Dead Man, and it has the three tracks listed below. Copyright holder is Vapor Records, catalogue number PRO-CD-8142.

    1. Theme From Dead Man - Edit
    2. Theme From Dead Man - Edit w/ Johnny Depp spoken words
    3. Theme From Dead Man - Long Version

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    Neil Young- My My, Hey Hey

    3:51

    Lyrical lyrics:

    My my, hey hey
    Rock and roll is here to stay
    It's better to burn out
    Than to fade away
    My my, hey hey.

    Out of the blue
    and into the black
    They give you this,
    but you pay for that
    And once you're gone,
    you can never come back
    When you're out of the blue
    and into the black.

    The king is gone
    but he's not forgotten
    This is the story
    of a Johnny Rotten
    It's better to burn out
    than it is to rust
    The king is gone
    but he's not forgotten.

    Hey hey, my my
    Rock and roll can never die
    There's more to the picture
    Than meets the eye.
    Hey hey, my my.

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    Neil Young - In Concert 1971 BBC 1080p

    28:56

    01.- Out on the Weekend 00:00
    02.- Old Man 03:59
    03.- Journey Through the Past 08:04
    04.- Heart of Gold 13:09
    05.- Don't Let It Bring You Down 17:16
    06.- A Man Needs a Maid 20:15
    07.- Love in Mind 24:14
    08.- Dance Dance Dance 26:27

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    Neil Young - Dont Let It Bring You Down

    2:37

    1971 Don't Let It Bring You Down

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    Neil Young Greatest Hits Full Album

    1:36:50

    Neil Young Greatest Hits Full Album

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    Dont Be Denied - A Documentary: Neil Young traces his 40-year musical journey in his own words.

    57:38

    A BBC documentary outlining a career that spans from Canada, to his time with Buffalo Springfield, Crosby Stills, Nash (and Young) and Crazy Horse.
    A documentary in which rock star Neil Young traces his 40-year musical journey in his own words, using previously unseen performance footage from his extensive archives.

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    Neil Young - Old Man

    3:25

    Neil Young - Old Man with lyrics

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    Neil Young - Hey Hey, My My

    4:09

    Neil Young sings Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) at Farm Aid in Champaign, Illinois on September 22, 1985.

    Neil Young is a co-founder and board member of Farm Aid, along with Willie Nelson, and John Mellencamp. The three agreed that family farmers were in dire need of assistance and decided to plan a concert for America. The show was put together in six weeks and was held on September 22, 1985 in Champaign, Illinois before a crowd of 80,000 people. It raised over $9 million for America's family farmers. Performers included Bob Dylan, Billy Joel, B.B. King, Loretta Lynn, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty and many more.

    Dave Matthews joined Farm Aid's Board of Directors in 2001 to help further Farm Aid's mission of keeping family farmers on their land.

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    Neil Young - Like A Hurricane

    8:15

    From American Stars'n Bars (1977)
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    LIKE A HURRICANE

    Once I thought I saw you in a crowded hazy bar,
    Dancing on the light from star to star.
    Far across the moonbeam I know that's who you are,
    I saw your brown eyes turning once to fire.

    You are like a hurricane
    There's calm in your eye.
    And I'm gettin' blown away
    To somewhere safer where the feeling stays.
    I want to love you but I'm getting blown away.

    I am just a dreamer, but you are just a dream,
    You could have been anyone to me.
    Before that moment you touched my lips
    That perfect feeling when time just slips
    Away between us on our foggy trip.

    You are like a hurricane
    There's calm in your eye.
    And I'm gettin' blown away
    To somewhere safer where the feeling stays.
    I want to love you but I'm getting blown away.

    You are just a dreamer, and I am just a dream.
    You could have been anyone to me.
    Before that moment you touched my lips
    That perfect feeling when time just slips
    Away between us on our foggy trip.

    You are like a hurricane
    There's calm in your eye.
    And I'm gettin' blown away
    To somewhere safer where the feeling stays.
    I want to love you but I'm getting blown away.

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    Neil Young - I Believe In You

    4:33

    Ben Keith,Donald 'Duck' Dunn,Jim Keltner,Spooner Oldham,Pegi Young,Astrid Young.2000 Music In Head Tour ...

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    Neil Young - Southern Man

    5:29

    From After The Goldrush (1970)
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    SOUTHERN MAN

    Southern man better keep your head
    Don't forget what your good book said
    Southern change gonna come at last
    Now your crosses are burning fast
    Southern man

    I saw cotton and I saw black
    Tall white mansions and little shacks.
    Southern man when will you pay them back?
    I heard screamin' and bullwhips cracking
    How long? How long?

    Southern man better keep your head
    Don't forget what your good book said
    Southern change gonna come at last
    Now your crosses are burning fast
    Southern man

    Lily Belle, your hair is golden brown
    I've seen your black man comin' round
    Swear by God I'm gonna cut him down!
    I heard screamin' and bullwhips cracking
    How long? How long?

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    Neil Young - Old Man

    3:29

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    NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE - Hey Hey, My My

    5:21

    Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)
    Recorded on the Ragged Glory tour 1991.

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    Neil Young - Long May You Run

    5:10

    Neil Young and friends at MTV Unplugged playing Long May You Run.

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    Neil Young - Four Strong Winds

    6:54

    Neil Young performs Ian Tyson's Four Strong Winds with Willie Nelson and Mickey Raphael at the Farm Aid concert in Louisville, Kentucky on October 1st, 1995. Farm Aid was started by Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp in 1985 to keep family farmers on the land and has worked since then to make sure everyone has access to good food from family farmers. Dave Matthews joined Farm Aid's board of directors in 2001.

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    Farm Aid's performances are donated by the artists in order to raise funds and raise awareness for family farmers. They've raised their voices to help — what can you do?

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    The Band & Neil Young Helpless

    5:35

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    Neil Young - Rockin In The Free World

    3:09

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    Neil Young - Out On The Weekend

    4:39

    Information about the song:
    Information:

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    Rockin in the Free World - Neil Young

    4:47

    i HAVEN'T the song
    this song belongs to Neil Young

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    Neil Young - Four Strong Winds

    4:03

    Cover for the song written by Ian Tyson. Taken from the concert film Neil Young: Heart of Gold

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    Comes A Time - Neil Young

    3:05

    The song Comes A Time by Neil Young on the 1978 album Comes A Time.

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    Neil Young and Pearl Jam - Rockin In The Free World

    7:12

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    Neil Young Greatest Hits - Best Ballads Songs of Neil Young

    59:23

    Neil Young Greatest Hits - Best Ballads Songs of Neil Young
    Best Of Neil Young

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    Neil Young - Cowgirl In The Sand

    10:08

    From his 1969 album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

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    NEIL YOUNG - I BELIEVE IN YOU w/ lyrics

    3:29

    I Believe In You a track from his 1970 After The Gold Rush album

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    Neil Young - Cowgirl In The Sand

    3:44

    Massey Hall - 1971

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    Neil Young - Ohio

    5:29

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    Neil Young - After The Gold Rush

    3:43

    From After The Gold Rush (1970)
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    AFTER THE GOLD RUSH

    Well, I dreamed I saw the knights
    In armor coming,
    Saying something about a queen.
    There were peasants singing and
    Drummers drumming
    And the archer split the tree.
    There was a fanfare blowing
    To the sun
    That was floating on the breeze.
    Look at Mother Nature on the run
    In the nineteen seventies.
    Look at Mother Nature on the run
    In the nineteen seventies.

    I was lying in a burned out basement
    With the full moon in my eyes.
    I was hoping for replacement
    When the sun burst thru the sky.
    There was a band playing in my head
    And I felt like getting high.
    I was thinking about what a
    Friend had said
    I was hoping it was a lie.
    Thinking about what a
    Friend had said
    I was hoping it was a lie.

    Well, I dreamed I saw the silver
    Space ships flying
    In the yellow haze of the sun,
    There were children crying
    And colors flying
    All around the chosen ones.
    All in a dream, all in a dream
    The loading had begun.
    They were flying Mother Nature's
    Silver seed to a new home in the sun.
    Flying Mother Nature's
    Silver seed to a new home.

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    Neil Young - Helpless

    3:41

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    Neil Young - Sugar Mountain

    5:44

    *EDIT* From April-June I am going to be collecting clips for a new version of the video. The end of the song in this one is cut off as well so for the new video I will fix that.
    Thanks for watching, and thanks for all the comments!


    There was nothing but covers and badly recorded live versions of this song on here, so I decided to just post this with some video clips.

    Also, these clips were shot in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada... where he lived for a little while during his teen years. In fact the lyrics are actually reminiscences about his youth here in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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    Neil Young - Old Man & Heart Of Gold 1971

    9:09

    BBC In Concert (Shepherd's Bush Studios, 23 February 1971)

    Neil Percival Young (born November 12, 1945) is a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician. He began performing in a group covering Shadows instrumentals in Canada in 1960, before moving to California in 1966, where he co-founded the band Buffalo Springfield along with Stephen Stills and Richie Furay, later joining Crosby, Stills & Nash as a fourth member in 1969. He forged a successful and acclaimed solo career, releasing his first album in 1968; his career has since spanned over 40 years and 35 studio albums, with a continual and uncompromising exploration of musical styles. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame website describes Young as one of rock and roll's greatest songwriters and performers. He has been inducted into the Hall of Fame twice: first as a solo artist in 1995, and second as a member of Buffalo Springfield in 1997.

    Young's work is characterized by his distinctive guitar work, deeply personal lyrics and signature alto or high tenor singing voice. Although he accompanies himself on several different instruments, including piano and harmonica, his idiosyncratic electric and clawhammer acoustic guitar playing are the defining characteristics of a varyingly ragged and melodic sound. While Young has experimented with differing music styles, including swing and electronic music throughout a varied career, his best known work usually falls into two primary styles: acoustic (folk and country rock) and electric (amplified hard rock, very often in collaboration with the band Crazy Horse). Young has also adopted elements from newer styles such as alternative rock and grunge. His influence on the latter caused some to dub him the Godfather of Grunge.

    Young has directed (or co-directed) a number of films using the pseudonym Bernard Shakey, including Journey Through the Past (1973), Rust Never Sleeps (1979), Human Highway (1982), Greendale (2003), and CSNY/Déjà Vu (2008).

    Young is an outspoken advocate for environmental issues and the welfare of small farmers, having co-founded in 1985 the benefit concert Farm Aid. In 1986, Young helped found The Bridge School, an educational organization for children with severe verbal and physical disabilities, and its annual supporting Bridge School Benefit concerts, together with his wife Pegi Young (née Morton). Young has three children: sons Zeke (born during his relationship with actress Carrie Snodgress) and Ben, who were diagnosed with cerebral palsy, and daughter Amber Jean who, like Young himself, has epilepsy. Young lives on his ranch in La Honda, California. Although he has lived in northern California since the 1970s and sings as frequently about U.S. themes and subjects as he does about his native country, he has retained his Canadian citizenship. On July 14, 2006, Young was awarded the Order of Manitoba, and on December 30, 2009, was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.


    Old Man is a song written and performed by Neil Young on his 1972 album Harvest. It was written for the caretaker of the Northern California Broken Arrow Ranch, which Young purchased for $350,000 in 1970. The song compares a young man's life to an old man's and shows that the young man has, to some extent, the same needs as the old one. James Taylor played six-string banjo (tuned like a guitar) and sang on the song, and Linda Ronstadt also contributed vocals.

    Heart Of Gold is also a song by Neil Young (also included on Harvest). It is so far Young's only U.S. #1 single. In Canada, it reached #1 on the RPM national singles chart for the first time on April 8, 1972, on which date Young held the top spot on both the singles and albums charts. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked it #297 on their list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. Featuring backup vocals of James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt, it is one of a series of soft acoustic pieces which were written partly as a result of a back injury. Unable to stand for long periods of time, Young could not play his electric guitar and so returned to his acoustic guitar, which he could play sitting down. He also played his harmonica during the three instrumental portions, including the Introduction to the song. In 2005, Heart Of Gold was named the third greatest Canadian song of all time on the CBC Radio One series 50 Tracks: The Canadian Version.

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    Neil Young Unknown Legend

    4:36

    unplugged 1993

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    Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Wonderin

    3:36

    From Live At The Filmore East (1970)
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    WONDERIN'

    I've been walking all night long
    My footsteps made me crazy
    Baby, you've been gone so long
    I'm wonderin' if you'll come home
    I'm hopin' that you'll be my baby
    I'm wonderin' if I'll be alone
    Knowin' that I need you to save me.

    I've been talking all day long
    To keep my heart from sadness
    Baby, you've been gone so long
    I'm wonderin' if you'll come home
    I'm hopin' that you'll be my baby
    I'm wonderin' if I'll be alone
    Knowin' that I need you to save me.

    I'm wonderin', I'm wonderin',
    I'm wonderin', I'm wonderin',
    I'm wonderin', I'm wonderin',
    I'm wonderin', I'm wonderin'.

    Well, I'm knowin' that I need you to save me
    Knowin' that I need you to save me.
    Knowin' that I need you to save me.
    Knowin' that I need you to save me.
    I'm wonderin', I'm wonderin'.

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    Neil Young - Unknown Legend

    4:44

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    Neil Young - Needle and the Damage Done

    2:23

    As featured on the Johnny Cash Show

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    Neil Young-Austin Tx 1999 The Great Divide, Slowpoke, Good To See You - S&G

    15:01

    Performed at Austin, Texas' Bass Concert Hall during his 1999 solo acoustic tour. From Silver and Gold.
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    British guitarist reacts to Neil Youngs PROFOUND writing at age 26

    12:34

    Tonight I'm taking a look at Neil Young in his element with just an acoustic guitar!
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    Neil Young- Cortez the Killer

    13:10

    Rio 2001

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    R.E.M. & Neil Young - Country Feedback - 10/18/98 - Shoreline Amphitheatre

    9:12

    R.E.M. - Country Feedback
    Recorded Live: 10/18/1998 - Shoreline Amphitheatre (Mountain View, CA)

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    Personnel:
    Michael Stipe - lead vocals
    Peter Buck - guitar, mandolin
    Mike Mills - bass, vocals
    Guests:
    Ken Stringfellow - guitar
    Scott McCaughey - guitar, keyboards
    Joey Woranker - drums, percussion
    Neil Young - lead guitar on Country Feedback

    Summary:
    This is excellent quality and although I wouldn't call it a great performance, it has some great moments and is an interesting set for several reasons. This was shortly after Bill Berry's departure and the release of their first post-Berry album Up. They didn't tour this album so their headliner appearances at these Bridge School benefits was a big deal at the time. Several songs get their live debut here and the core trio is augmented by several notable guest musicians, including Neil Young playing lead guitar on Country Feedback.

    Lyrics:
    This flower is scorched, this film is on
    On a maddening loop, these clothes
    These clothes don't fit us right
    I'm to blame
    It's all the same
    It's all the same

    You come to me with a bone in your hand
    You come to me with your hair curled tight
    You come to me with positions

    You come to me with excuses
    Ducked out in a row
    You wear me out
    You wear me out

    We've been through fake-a-breakdown
    Self-hurt, plastics, collections
    Self-help, self-pain
    EST, psychics, fuck all

    I was central, I had control
    I lost my head
    I need this, I need this

    A paperweight, junk garage
    Wedding ring, a honey pot
    Crazy, all the lovers have been tagged

    A hotline, a wanted ad
    It's crazy what you could've had

    It's crazy what you could've had
    It's crazy what you could've had
    I need this, I need this

    It's crazy what you could've had
    Crazy what you could've had
    I need it, I need this

    It's crazy what you could've had
    It's crazy what you could've had
    I need this, I, I need this

    It's crazy what you could've had
    I need this, I need this

    It's crazy what you could've had
    Crazy what you could've had
    I need this, I need this

    Crazy what you could've had
    Crazy what you could've had

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    Neil Young - Its A Dream

    6:33

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    In the morning when I wake up and listen to the sound
    Of the birds outside on the roof
    I try to ignore what the paper says
    And I try not to read all the news
    And I'll hold you if you had a bad dream
    And I hope it never comes true
    'Cause you and I been through so many things together
    And the sun starts climbing the roof

    It's a dream
    Only a dream
    And it's fading now
    Fading away
    It's only a dream
    Just a memory without anywhere to stay

    The Red River stills flows through my home town
    Rollin' and tumblin' on its way
    Swirling around the old bridge pylons
    Where a boy fishes the morning away
    His bicycle leans on an oak tree
    While the cars rumble over his head
    An aeroplane leaves a trail in an empty blue sky
    And the young birds call out to be fed

    It's a dream
    Only a dream
    And it's fading now
    Fading away
    It's only a dream
    Just a memory without anywhere to stay

    An old man walks along on the sidewalk
    Sunglasses and an old Stetson hat
    The four winds blow the back of his overcoat away
    As he stops with the policeman to chat
    And a train rolls out of the station
    That was really somethin' in its day
    Picking up speed on the straight prairie rails
    As it carries the passengers away

    It's gone
    Only a dream
    And it's fading now
    Fading away
    Only a dream
    Just a memory without anywhere to stay

    It's a dream
    Only a dream
    And it's fading now
    Fading away
    It's only a dream
    Just a memory without anywhere to stay

    It's a dream
    Only a dream
    And it's fading now
    Fading away

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    Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Down By The River

    9:21

    From his 1969 album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere and also first with long time backing band Crazy Horse.

    Neil Young - Guitar and Lead Vocals
    Danny Whitten (RIP 1943 - 1972) - Guitar, vocals
    Billy Talbot - Bass
    Ralph Molina - Drums, backing vocals

    Lyrics:

    Be on my side,
    I'll be on your side, baby
    There is no reason
    for you to hide
    It's so hard for me
    staying here all alone
    When you could be
    taking me for a ride.

    Yeah, she could drag me
    over the rainbow,
    send me away

    Down by the river
    I shot my baby
    Down by the river,
    Dead, oh, shot her dead.

    You take my hand,
    I'll take your hand
    Together we may get away
    This much madness
    is too much sorrow
    It's impossible
    to make it today.

    Yeah, she could drag me
    over the rainbow,
    send me away

    Down by the river
    I shot my baby
    Down by the river,
    Dead, oh, shot her dead.

    Be on my side,
    I'll be on your side
    There is no reason
    for you to hide
    It's so hard for me
    staying here all alone
    When you could be
    taking me for a ride.

    Yeah, she could drag me
    over the rainbow,
    and send me away

    Down by the river
    I shot my baby
    Down by the river
    Down by the river
    I shot my baby
    Down by the river

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