Me And My Arrow

Album: The Point! (1971)
Charted: 34
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  • Me and my arrow
    Straighter than narrow
    Wherever we go, everyone knows
    It's me and my arrow

    Me and my arrow
    Taking the high road
    Wherever we go, everyone knows
    It's me and my arrow

    And in the morning when I wake up
    She may be gone, I don't know
    And if we make up just to break up
    I'll carry on, oh yes, I will

    Me and my arrow
    Doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, straighter than narrow
    Wherever we go, every one knows
    It's me and my arrow

    Me and my arrow

    Me and my arrow
    Me and my arrow
    Me and my arrow
    Me and my arrow
    Me and my arrow
    Doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, straighter than narrow
    Wherever we go, every one knows
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Comments: 3

  • The Nudist Buddhist from Montgomery, MinnesotaIs there a tie in to Paul McCartney and his dog named Arrow? Hmm...
  • Brendan from Brisbane, QldWho plays the drums on this track?
  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 2 1971, the Harry Nilsson's movie 'The Point!' debut on 'ABC's Movie of the Week'...
    Two months later his song "Me and My Arrow", which was featured in the movie, entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart on March 14th at position #100; ten weeks later on May 23rd it would peak at #34 {for 1 week} and it stayed on the chart for 15 weeks...
    It reached #17 on the Canadian RPM Singles chart...
    Between 1969 and 1974 he had ten Top 100 records; three made the Top 10 with one reaching #1, "Without You" for 4 weeks on February 13th, 1975, it would also peak at #1 in Canada, Australia, Ireland, and the United Kingdom...
    Harry Edward Nilsson III passed away on January 15th, 1994 at the young age of 52...
    May he R.I.P.
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