Blue

Album: Tomorrow the Green Grass (1995)
Charted: 83
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  • At a 2012 solo concert in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Gary Louris was asked by an audience member about the dual vocals on the bridge. Louris explained that he and co-writer Mark Olson each had an idea about what to sing and were too stubborn to let the other guy have his way. They each sang their bridges and just put them together. >>
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    Jack - Newton, MA

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