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"Take It Easy" (Jackson Browne)*
"Crazy On You" (Heart)
"Turn the Page" (Bob Seger) Someone sent me a Bob Seger record cover where I look exactly like Bob Seger at a certain age. I might consider doing that one with the Scabs, but with Bob Schneider I'd do one that didn't have any sax. I'd probably do "Like a Rock."
"Spanish Moon" (Little Feat)
"Can't You See" (The Marshall Tucker Band)
"You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" (Bachman-Turner Overdrive) A definite-for-sure yes.
"Games People Play" (Joe South)
"Tuesday's Gone" (Lynyrd Skynyrd) We do "Sweet Home Alabama." Sometimes people request "Free Bird," and they're joking. We play it anyway.
"La Grange" (ZZ Top)*May do it again.
"Free Ride" (The Edgar Winter Group) For the Scabs, definitely.
"Midnight Rider" (The Allman Brothers Band) That's a hard one. You playing me that song may have been the key to unlocking what's wrong with me. Because half of me is saying absolutely not, and the other half is saying fuckin' cool!
"One Toke Over the Line" (Brewer & Shipley) I want you to send me the CD just so I can have a copy of that song. But no -- I don't like to have too much fun at the expense of Jesus. -- Unreal