Music That Touches The Soul

After many comments back and forth with fellow blogger, Traces of the Soul, about music that truly resonates with us, she posted The Eagles New Kid in Town which reminded me that my favorite Eagles song has always been Seven Bridges Road. It tends to be a fairly obscure and not often played track, So, here it is. Seven Bridges Road Live by The Eagles.

There are stars in the southern sky
Southward as you go.
There is moonlight and moss in the trees
Down the Seven Bridges Road.

Now I have loved you like a baby…
Like some lonesome child,
And I have loved you in a tame way,
And I have loved you wild.

Sometimes there’s a part of me
Has to turn from here and go…
Running like a child from these warm stars
Down the Seven Bridges Road.

There are stars in the southern sky.
And if ever you decide you should go,
There is a taste of time sweet and honey
Down the Seven Bridges Road.

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  1. I have always loved the vocals/harmonies on this track – thanks for posting!

    Here is another you might like … Crosby Stills and Nash also has some great vocals. Love me some classic rock! :-)

    Monica

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    • I love Crosby, Still and Nash! Did you know that Woodstock was the very first time they played together on stage?

      I love the harmonies and lyrics on this track. Very simple but a very earnest declaration of love…. Thanks for reading!

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  2. Great song, kiddo!! You got taste and I do love Crosby Stills Nash too!

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    • That song reminds of a much freer time in my life :)

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    • I like the “old” classic stuff. It is what I grew up listening to, of course some of the bands that were around in my teens and 20′s, but I am pretty much a classic rock kind of gal. Although, you know you are getting older when you hear a song on the classic rock station that you first heard on the “heavy metal” station when you were 16. And, you suddenly realize that song is 30 years old, and that the stuff you normally listen to is sometimes older than you are! Its a testament to good music!

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