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Point Of Know Return

by

Kansas



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Written by Phil Ehart, Robby Steinhardt and Steve Walsh, this was the first track from Kansas' fifth album, Point Of Know Return, released in October 1977. It was included in the album at the last moment, but became one of their most popular songs, still getting airplay on Classic Rock radio. (thanks, Edna - Madrid, Spain)
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Comments (3):

This song was more typical Kansas than "Carry on Wayward Son." A very easygoing uptempo song without any guitars.
- Barry, New York, NC
does anyone know why it is point of KNOW return and not NO return? Thanks
- frank, rochacha, NY
State Farm Commercial (Asian Dude) LOL !
- Robert, Bronx, NY
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