Free Bird!!! Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute

If I leave here tomorrow, Will you still remember me?

This is one of the best songs that I ever heard in my whole life. It's in my top ten lists of greatest songs to be played while you were driving. Don't know what I mean? Try playing this song while you are driving down a long highway. It will makes you trigger the sensor of our ‘white guy’ (you know what I mean) speed trap machines. Haha..

The songs just fantastic and really etch in my head for a few years. Yes, sometimes I found that I was humming this song whenever I travel or driving to a far destination. Singing or humming this song is like some sort of a freedom to me. The lyrics are symbolizes a man who really got the freedom to go anywhere and willing to leave anything behind .

Lynyrd Skynyrd (pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd) also known with their other songs like Sweet Home Alabama that is features on movies soundtrack such as Con Air and the songs title itself, Sweet Home Alabama. Free Bird is their signature song and also featured in movies such as Forrest Gump, Elizabeth Town and The Devil’s Rejects.

So get ready to play this clip, close your eyes, imagine that you are a free bird and start the clip. Enjoy!!




If I leave here tomorrow
Would you still remember me?
For I must be travelling on, now,
There's too many places I haven't seen
And if I stayed here with you, now
Things just wouldn't be the same
Well I'm as free as a bird now,
And a bird you can not change.
And a bird you can not change.
And a bird you can not change.
Lord knows I can't change

Bye, bye, its been a sweet love.
And though this feeling I can't change.
Please don't take it badly,
The Lord knows I'm to blame.
And, if I stayed here with you now
Things just wouldn't be the same.
For I'm as free as a bird now,
And this bird you'll never change.
And the bird you can not change.
And the bird you can not change.
Lord knows, I can't change.
Lord help me, I can't change.


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p/s,
This coming Oct. 20th marks the 30th yr since the plane went down and kill 3 of their band member.

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2 comments:

Kay Kastum said...

Haven't really heard much of their songs. But this one sounds very familiar. I think I heard it played in classic rock FM a while ago here in KL...

Sugar Queens Dream said...

I think its grand your a fan. I love this song and it really was fun hearing it again!
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