Wounded Bird

  • Frontman Chris Robinson (from The Black Crowes Bootleg Project): "Rich (Robinson) came up with that riff and it all fell out from that. It's a song about loss but with the realization that nothing can really kill you. This life is an experience and we can't hide from any of it. It's kind of harsh but it definitely represents letting go. It's the only Taoist Rock song on the album."
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