Well All Right

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  • Well all right, so I've been foolish.
    Well all right, let people know
    About the dreams and wishes that you wish
    In the night when lights are low.

    Well all right, well all right,
    You know we live and love with all our might.
    Well all right, well all right,
    You know our lifetime love will be all right.

    Well all right, so I'm not working.
    Well all right, let people say
    That those foolish kids can't be ready
    For the love that comes their way.

    Well all right, well all right,
    You know we live and love with all our might.
    Well all right, well all right,
    You know our lifetime love will be all right.

    Well all right, so I've been foolish.
    Well all right, let people know
    About the dreams and wishes that you wish
    In the night when lights are low.

    Well all right, well all right,
    You know we live and love with all our might.
    Well all right, well all right,
    You know our lifetime love will be all right.Writer/s: BUDDY HOLLY, JERRY ALLISON, JOE MAULDIN, NORMAN PETTY
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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Comments: 4

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn June 7th 1969, Blind Faith appeared in their only concert, it was held at Hyde Park in London, England...
    They performed nine songs, and opened with their covered version of Buddy Holly's "Well All Right"...
    The song was track three of side one on the groups' self-titled album...
    Buddy Holly's original version was the B-side of “Heartbeat"; and "Heartbeat" was his last charted record before his death. It peaked at #82 on January 19th, 1959 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart and that was also its last week on the chart.
  • Bernard from Paris, FranceSantana version is more 80's produced which I'm not crazy about. And no one sings like Steve Winwood.
  • Bernard from Paris, FranceCarlos Santana did a version of that which is decent in the 80's I believe but the Blind Faith version is the best.
    I saw them playing that song live at Madison Square in 2008 or so and it was one of the best day of my life.
    Just the intro makes me melt..
  • Ken from San Mateo, CaSantana's version was much better, more livelier...
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