It's Your Turn

Album: It's Hard (1982)
  • Written by bass player John Entwistle, this is one of the few songs by The Who to feature a second guitarist. Andy Fairweather-Low contributes the rhythm guitar and a short harmony vocal part. >>
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    Eli Rosen - Melrose Park, PA

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