Life's A Bath

Album: Smile From The Streets You Hold (1997)
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  • This was Frusciante's first song after giving up the guitar for painting. It is a relatively simple song compared to what John had played previously, in that it consists of only three fifth chords. >>
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    Jimmy - Lansing, MI

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