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That's as may be. I was simply correcting the statement that was made about the origin of the song.
(And FWIW, I don't know that I've ever heard the Ronstadt version, although I have heard her versions of "You're No Good" and "When Will I Be Loved" on the radio many times.)
roadlizard7 wrote:Although Little Feat
recorded the song first, the best-known version was sung by Linda Ronstadt, who got lots of radio airplay with it. The song is on Ronstadt's multi-platinum album "Heart Like a Wheel" (1974).
"Is there anything a man don't stand to lose, when the devil wants to take it all away?
Cherish well your thoughts, and keep a tight grip on your booze.
Cause thinkin' and drinkin' are all I have today."
-- John Perry Barlow / Bob Weir ("Mexicali Blues")