Need to find a Famous Song - This is Bugging Me
The song contains these lyrics
"And HE TOLD TO THE MAN that walked down, before..."
That is all I can remember. The upper case portion represents a part that stood out in the song. Possibly part of the course.
The song has a famous intro that I would be able to recognize instantly.
It's guitar, possibly acoustic - do dela do do, dey do, dela do do (if that makes sense)
My first guess was the who, rolling stones or the doors cause of the famous guitar intro - but then again it could be anything.
The last thing I can link is that it's possibly something out of a vietnam war movie or something surrounding that time.
Any possible suggestions or thoughts are much appreciated
It seems like on some versions of The Doors song "Light My Fire", there was a long intro with Jim Morrison talking (perhaps babbling) for a minute or so with those words you have in uppercase. Then all of a sudden the band goes into the "popular" version of the song. Those words definitely smell of our friend Jim.
logan01 I checked out the song and unfortunately it is not the one.
This song has no talking or babbling, no funky tunes.
The song starts out with only the guitar. It possibly remains acoustic guitar throughout the whole song - accompanied by drums.
The upper case letters are I guess more of a decrescendo in the singers voice.
Starts high, "AND HE TOOLLLD TO THE MAN" - goes lower "who walked down before" High Again "THAT IF HEEE" (guessed lyrics) and low again with something else.
The thing that pisses me off the most is the intro is so famous.
Any other suggestions help, please keep em coming.
Can you post the file so we can be of better help? Or are you talking about that you listened to Light my Fire. I have never run across a version of the song intro I mentioned, however, many times, Morrison in concert would recite verse at the beginning or ending of a song and it would not be included in the "official" lyrics. I do recall something similar at a concert with Light My Fire where he recited for a minute or so, with either a really light guitar or organ in the background and then the band would blast into the song. Really good effect.
It's not light my fire and now I don't believe it's the doors.
Thinking of famous acoustic guitar intros might help.
I know this was posted a long time ago...but it could be Johnny Cash, The Man Comes Around
Well, I'm sure OP is gone, but It stinks of CSNY to me.....
I can see that DJ. Sure sounds familiar. I keep hearing the words spoken, slight pause and then 1, perhaps 2 "soft" electric guitars beginning the music. Kind of in a Fleetwood Mac sort of way; without the Mac drums though. There's one song running through my head which I can't get past the abrupt, beginning guitar/guitars.