|Performer:||The Hard Road|
|Title:||It's So Hard To Find / You Rub Me The Wrong Way|
|Other format:||AC3 MP1 WAV VOX WMA AIFF MP4|
|It's So Hard To Find||2:59|
|You Rub Me The Wrong Way||2:22|
|LL-101||The Hard Road*||It's So Hard To Find / You Rub Me The Wrong Way (7", Single)||Lemon Lime||LL-101||US||1968|
|LL-101||Hard Road||It's So Hard To Find (7", Promo)||Lemon Lime||LL-101||US||1968|
The Hard Road 45 was initially released on Passerallo's Lemon Lime label but after getting airplay for "It's So Hard Ro Find", Dale Davis' Blue Onion label picked up the record for wider release. An Audio Recording acetate has surfaced pairing "You Rub Me The Wrong Way" with a nice garage ballad, "By The Fire", a song that Passerallo had wrote and recorded with his vocal group the Four Escorts.
might've found it by now lol]. not during the chorus, but just before the first refrain, it says something about, "You were on your way up, as I was sinking down," or something like that. thank you. Anon 17 June 2019 Reply. Someone please help me. I've been looking for a song which has been stuck in my head. and at the drop its like " I wanna.
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The Hard Road Lyrics. Growing up, I needed a guide like a blind veteran's dog 'Cause I was going nowhere like a child's letters to God Though life's road was hard, I was never so lost That I looked for an answer in a medicine box I never did pop pills or cop deals, just rocked hills Kids with skills, still
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A Hard Road is the third album (and second studio album) recorded by John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, released in 1967. It features Peter Green on lead guitar, John McVie on bass, Aynsley Dunbar on drums and John Almond on saxophone. Tracks 5, 7 and 13 feature the horn section of Alan Skidmore and Ray Warleigh. Peter Green sings lead vocals on "You Don't Love Me" and "The Same Way".