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Old 09-26-2007, 09:10 AM   #46
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I think he has an excuse - he was originally a Kiwi.

Flame Trees is my favourite Chisel song.
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I've been thinking of this for over a day and I still haven't come up with anything but I'll give it a shot when I get home

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Working Class Man is a Jimmy Barnes solo song, not Cold Chisel.

Oh, is it? It's not as if there's much stylistically to distinguish Barnesy's solo work from Chisel's, and both are permanent fixtures of every bogan barbecue ever held.
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Like a Hurricane--Neil Young
Down by the River--Neil Young
Visions of Johanna--Bob Dylan
Crossfire--Stevie Ray Vaughan
Maybe--Janis Joplin

(And I'm sure that's a somewhat different list than the last one I completed. So it's favorite All-Time songs as of this minute.)
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1. Stay (Faraway, So Close) – U2
2. Don’t Look Back In Anger - Oasis
3. Driftwood – Travis
4. I’m Only Sleeping – The Beatles
5. Winter In The Hamptons – Josh Rouse
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Hotel California - Eagles
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town - Pearl Jam
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maybe. i dunno. i like a lot of songs imo. right now I'm in love with the song Yatahaze by Dredg.
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Oh, is it? It's not as if there's much stylistically to distinguish Barnesy's solo work from Chisel's, and both are permanent fixtures of every bogan barbecue ever held.
True. Not that there's anything wrong with bogan barbecues!!!
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True. Not that there's anything wrong with bogan barbecues!!!
There is everything wrong with bogan barbecues.

Fuckin' bogans. Drunk bogans on Friday night trams are the worst.
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What about bogan barbecues in places with no means of public transport?
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It's still bogans. Bogans and Axvers just don't mix.
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3. Driftwood – Travis

Love ya for that...most beautiful song ever written.....


Bogan Barbecues get boring after you've been to 2 or 3....nothing happens (and the chicks either dumb phiistines, butt ugly, or already married)

and.... Lover Lover >>>>>>>>>>>Shiping Steel >>>>>>>>Working Class Man >>>>>>>> Khe Sanh
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