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Tom Petty Chords & Tabs
Certainly on the short list for the greatest driving songs in classic rock history, largely for its zooming-beyond-the-horizon fretwork, but also because it understands how the most meaningful journeys behind the wheel are 30 percent geographic, 70 percent metaphoric. The songs are accessed by clicking on a letter on the above nav-bar, A for songs beginning A etc. The song versions here are not intended to represent any particular version or performance and are provided for educational purposes only. Underrated scene from this year's The Defiant Ones doc: And most importantly, he had the songs. Released today, Red Hot Chili Peppers would probably have to give Petty multiple writing credits for their bold-faced "Mary Jane's" rip on "Dani California," though Anthony Kiedis hasn't written a lyric as vivid as " It was too cold to cry when I woke up alone" since at least '
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Jeff Lynne, ELO frontman and studio nut, must've seemed an odd sonic soulmate for a performer as generally lean as Petty when they first started hooking up in the late '80s. If they're smart, anyway. These midis have only the basic melody, there is no backing. Certainly on the short list for the greatest driving songs in classic rock history, largely for its zooming-beyond-the-horizon fretwork, but also because it understands how the most meaningful journeys behind the wheel are 30 percent geographic, 70 percent metaphoric.
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Description: Odelay Odelay Say what you will about "Free Fallin'," but Tom Petty's song catalog simply had to have a cut like it: Like Stereopathetic Soulmanure , the album never charted; however, One Foot in the Grave strengthened Beck's critical reputation, arguably allowing him to break into the mainstream with Odelay in The breakout hit that back-doored Tom Petty into the mainstream -- so sneaky and surreptitious in its meandering strut that it merely peeked its head into the Hot 's top 40 before slipping away.