|A||The Myth Of Love||4:11|
|B||The Myth Of Love (Live Version)||4:35|
|ED 5231||Georgia Satellites*||The Myth Of Love (12", Single, Promo)||Elektra||ED 5231||US||1986|
|P-2284||The Georgia Satellites||The Myth Of Love (7", Single)||Elektra||P-2284||Japan||1987|
Complete your Georgia Satellites collection. The Myth Of Love (Album Version). The Myth Of Love (Live Version). The Myth Of Love (12", Single, Promo).
3. Hail Hail Rock'n'Roll. 5. It's All Over Now. 6. Hocchie Coochie Georgia. 8. Battleship Chains. 12. Nights of Mystery. The georgia satellites. 1. Hippy Hippy Shake. The fabulous thunderbirds. Across the Southern River.
The Georgia Satellites are a Southern rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They are best known for their 1986 single "Keep Your Hands to Yourself". In 1980, Dan Baird (formerly guitarist for the Atlanta band the Nasty Bucks), along with lead guitarist Rick Richards, bassist Keith Christopher (formerly of The Brains), and drummer David Michaelson formed a band named Keith and the Satellites in Atlanta, ia. After performing in local Southern bars, the band's line-up changed.
Georgia Satellites - 02 The Myth of Love 1986 New Year's Eve MTV live. Railroad Steel - The Georgia Satellites Live Roskilde festivalen 1988 (part 7 of 8). Extract Chords. Georgia Satellites - Another Chance.
Oh, the myth of love like some new best friend the bright promise of tomorrow and tomorrow without end oh but i should know better life is no wishing well yeah there's a story here baby but it's so hard to tell You might say that innocence is my only crime and the myth of love walks a thin hard line. Well i hear you talkin' but i just don't want to talk about it now i can't seem to find my way back, way back down i get no surprises i get no soft and lonely watch your pretty blue eyes as they turn on me You might say that blindness is my only crime and the myth of love.
Georgia Satellites is the first album released by The Georgia Satellites. It contains their biggest hit, "Keep Your Hands to Yourself" (which reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, behind Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer"), and another minor hit, "Battleship Chains," written by Terry Anderson. It also contains a cover of "Every Picture Tells a Story," written by Rod Stewart and Ron Wood
The Georgia Satellites. Deep In The Heart Of Dixie. Don't Pass Me By. 3:08.
Oh, the myth of love like some new best friend the bright promise of tomorrow and tomorrow without end oh but I should know better life is no wishing well yeah there's a story here baby but it's so hard to tell. You might say that innocence is my only crime and the myth of love walks a thin hard line . Georgia Satellites - Miscellaneous Album Lyrics. All Over but the Cryin'.