From the recording BEAT UP OLD PIANO

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Words & Music by Steve Lungrin

Steve Lungrin - Piano, Synthesizers, Bass, Drums, Lead & Backing Vocals

Chris Pinnick - Lead & Rhythm Guitars

Produced by Steve Lungrin


Bring Back the ‘70’s

(Verse 1)
I’ve been a music fan as long as I remember
And I love songs of every shape and size
But I think there’s an era that just stands above the others
And I would like to take you back in time

(Verse 2)
In nineteen-seventy the Beatles gave us “Let It Be”
And closed the book on something we all loved
But they opened up the floodgates of a whole new generation
And man I’d say that we’re the lucky ones

(Pre-Chorus 1)
John Denver had us high on a mountain,
Clapton taught us how to play guitar,
Crosby, Stills, and Nash told us to teach our children well
And Elvis proved that he was still a star

Oh, could somebody please bring back the seventies
When country-rock and disco were my friends
Oh, could somebody please bring back the seventies
I wanna love my radio again

(Verse 3)
Billy and Elton taught me how to pound the ivories
Chicago introduced me to the brass
Joni Mitchell had me grounded in a state of meditation
And Alice Cooper always kicked some ass

(Pre-Chorus 2)
Pink Floyd and Genesis were always avant-garde
The Doobie Brothers kept it all main stream
Skynyrd and the Eagles put some country in their rock
An Waylon put some rock in his country

The BeeGee’s had us talking jive and dancing every night
George Clinton showed us how to bring the funk
And when the Rock’n’Roll just got too serious and soft
Iggy Pop showed up and gave us punk

Copyright © 2007 Steve Lungrin Songs