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John Fogerty channels Robert Johnson in "Hundred And Ten In The Shade," set in Greenwood, Mississippi, where the bluesman is buried.Read the Story
Nirvana, Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen are among those who wrote songs with cities that show up in this quiz.Take the Quiz
This song to me is so mysteriously beautiful. The way I interpret this in my mind is love for someone who's gone a bit off the rails, a bit unhinged, come undone, and that someone needs love from a dedicated lover, to guide them through their pain. "who do you need, who do you love, when you come undone?" ... continueComment by: Helena from United Kingdom
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