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All I Wanna Do - Sheryl Crow (HQ Audio)
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While many critics note the similarities between the two songs, the only writers credited with penning Crow's hit are Crow herself and her frequent collaborators David Baerwald, Kevin Gilbert and producer Bill Bottrell, as well as poet Wyn Cooper, who was credited as a lyrical inspiration. However, there's no evidence of them ever asking for it -- there's never been any mention of legal action in association with the song. Of course, you aren't the first to mention the similarity -- "Chicago Tribune" critic Greg Kot, for example, called "All I Wanna Do" a "rewrite" of the Stealers Wheel song, and went even further, saying that "just about everything in Crow's songbook sound s secondhand. Crow herself hasn't shied away from what controversy there has been -- she has previously blended "All I Wanna Do" into a cover of "Stuck in the Middle" in some of her live performances. Have a question? Email us at questions tvtabloid. Please include your name and town.
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Sign in. Breakout star Erin Moriarty of " The Boys " explains how her newfound popularity is fueling Season 2 of the hit series. Watch now. The music video begins with shots of a quarter rolling. Sheryl Crow sings with her band under the marquee of a theater. People float through the air as the band plays. Written by Shatterdaymorn.
We are drinking beer at noon on Tuesday In the bar that faces the giant car wash And the good people of the world Are washing their cars on their lunch breaks Hosing and scrubbing as best they can In skirts and suits. And they drive their shiny Datsuns and Buicks Back to the phone company, the record stores, too Well, they're nothing like Billy and me. I like a good beer buzz, early in the morning Billy likes to peal the labels from his bottles of Bud He shreds them on the bar then he lights up every match In an oversized pack letting each one burn Down to his thick fingers before blowing and Cursing them out, he's watching The bottles of Bud as they spin on the floor. And a happy couple enters the bar Dangerously, close to one another The bartender looks up from his want ads. Otherwise the bar is ours, the day and the night And the car wash, too, the matches and the Buds, and the clean and dirty cars, The sun and the moon , 'Cause. All I wanna do is have some fun I got a feeling I'm not the only one All I wanna do is have some fun I got a feeling I'm not the only one All I wanna do is have some fun I got a feeling the party has just begun All I wanna do is have some fun I won't tell ya, that you're the only one All I wanna do is have some fun Until the sun comes up over Santa Monica Boulevard Until the sun comes up over Santa Monica Boulevard. Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter.
Please refresh the page and retry. S heryl Crow captured the festival ethos in just five words, as the year-old, nine-time Grammy winner opened her first Glastonbury set in 22 years with her eponymous single If It Makes You Happy. Crow, who earned her stripes as a backing vocalist for Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson in the eighties before going on to sell 50 million albums, proved her voice had withstood the test of time, as her greatest hits — from All I Wanna Do to Everyday is a Winding Road — carried across the Pyramid stage with effortless aplomb. Having sold over 50 million albums, soundtracked James Bond and recently survived breast cancer, the Californian pop-rocker wears her experience on her sleeve. Casually dressed in a black t-shirt and glittery trousers, her face and physique not a day over 40, she swapped between her harmonica, electric and acoustic guitars with a lazy insouciance that kept the crowd at her tempo. Hands would go up at her command.