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Sweet Jane

Please click here if sweet Jane are not redirected within a few seconds. Copyright: Unfortunately we’re not authorized to show these lyrics. Song Discussions is protected by U. And me I’m in a rock’n’roll band Hah!

You know, those were different times! Oh, Sittin’ down by the fire, oh! And other peoples, they have to work, Just watch me now! And that villains always blink their eyes, woo!

And that, y’know, children are the only ones who blush! And that, life is just to die! Oh wouldn’t turn around and hate it! Click on the button below if you are 21 years or older. This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming.

Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgement. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults 21 and older. Keep out of reach of children. This article needs additional citations for verification. When Loaded was originally released in 1970, the song’s bridge was cut.

The box set Peel Slowly and See and reissue Loaded: Fully Loaded Edition restored the missing section. There are two distinct versions of “Sweet Jane” with minor variations, spread over its first four releases. The first release of the song in November 1970 was a version recorded earlier that year and included on Loaded. In September 1974, a down-tempo live version recorded in late 1969 was included on 1969: The Velvet Underground Live, with a different song structure and lyrics. Lou Reed’s playing “cranked-up very loud” through a large Sunn amplifier. Lou Reed performed “Sweet Jane” in two keys.

The 1969 and 1970 versions were in D as was 1972’s American Poet version. On 1973’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Animal and 1978’s Take No Prisoners, the song is in E, and on 1984’s Live in Italy, the song is back in D. 1972: Mott the Hoople on the David Bowie-produced album All the Young Dudes. It was released as a single in Canada, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United States. 1973: Brownsville Station on their album Yeah! 1983: The Jim Carroll Band on the album I Write Your Name. 1985: Lone Justice recorded a live version of this song with U2’s Bono on backing vocals.

It was not released until 1999. 1987: Annabel Lamb on her album Brides. 1988: Cowboy Junkies on The Trinity Session – this version’s arrangement is based on the slower version of the song released on 1969. Lou Reed was often quoted as saying that the Cowboy Junkies’ version was his favourite. 2016: Willie Nile on his album World War Willie. 2016: Liz Phair’s cover of the song was featured in an episode of The Good Wife called “Mind’s Eye”. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked it No.

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