Ladies Of The Road

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  • Pete Sinfield wrote the lyrics, which are about groupies the band encountered. Sinfield wrote lyrics for King Crimson from 1969-1971, but did not perform in the band. >>
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    Radharc - Pueblo, CO
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  • Kent Lyle from Cincinnati, OhThis probably hastened Sinfield's departure from the band in its next incarnation, to be replaced by Richard Palmer-James.
  • Razor from London, EnglandRobert Fripp once apologised to his mother ONSTAGE for the lyrics in the song! However, it was rarely, if ever, performed live.
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