Good Clean Fun

Album: Seven Turns (1990)
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Songfacts®:

  • First song on Seven Turns, the Allman Brothers' comeback album. It was also the first appearance by Warren Haynes and Allen Woody on an Allman Brothers record.
  • This was the first song The Allman Brothers made into a music video. They were never big on MTV.
  • Written by Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, and Johnny Neel.

Comments: 2

  • John from Watkinsville, GaGood clean fun? I like Duane Allman's idea: Eat a Peach.
  • Darrell from EugeneYou know what I call "good clean fun"? I call dusting my beer bottle collection, cleaning my Alfa Romeo 164 from stem to stern, reading books about politics, brushing my girlfriend's midthigh-length straight dark-brown hair and listening to records, among other things good clean fun.
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