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Dave Loggins - Please Come To Boston - 1974 - DJ Single

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Uploaded on Sep 15, 2007

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First video with the new DV camera. The audio is fed into a professional grade balanced audio card raw, I do not process the sound so you're hearing the record as it is.

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Epic 11115

A rare DJ promo record, side A is the stereo mix and B is the mono one (usually the same).

Wiki:
David Allen Loggins (born November 10, 1947 in Mountain City, Tennessee) is a songwriter and the cousin of fellow musician Kenny Loggins. He was inducted to the Nashville Songwriters' Hall of Fame in 1995. Besides a prolific song-writing career, Loggins was previously employed as a draftsman at Bristol Metals and an insurance salesman.

Dave Loggins is best known for writing and recording the Top Ten Hit "Please Come to Boston" in 1974. However, he also wrote "Pieces of April" for Three Dog Night, which became a Top Ten Hit in 1971. He has written material for Restless Heart, Wynonna Judd, Reba McEntire, Gary Morris, Alabama, Toby Keith, Don Williams, and the #1 hit "Morning Desire" by Kenny Rogers. He recorded a #1 Country song with Anne Murray in 1984 called "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" which also won a CMA award. He also composed the theme music "Augusta" that is used on broadcasts of the The Masters Golf Tournament.

Please come to Boston for the springtime
I'm stayin' here with some friends and they've got lots of room
You can sell your paintings on the sidewalk
By a café where I hope to be workin' soon
Please come to Boston
She said no, would you come home to me

/ D - - G / / A - D - / Bm A G - / D - / A - D - /

{Refrain}
And she said, hey ramblin' boy, why don't you settle down
Boston ain't your kind of town
There ain't no gold and there ain't nobody like me
I'm the number one fan of the man from Tennessee

/ D AD / / D - G - / Em A D - /

Please come to Denver with the snowfall
We'll move up into the mountains so far that we can't be found
And throw "I love you" echoes down the canyon
And then lie awake at night till they come back around
Please come to Denver
She said no, boy, would you come home to me

{Refrain, with Denver}

{Bridge}
Now this drifter's world goes 'round and 'round
And I doubt that it's ever gonna stop
But of all the dreams I've lost or found
And all that I ain't got
I still need to cling to
Somebody I can sing to

/ Bm A / G D / Bm A / G - / Em - / A - /

Please come to LA to live forever
California life alone is just too hard to build
I live in a house that looks out over the ocean
And there's some stars that fell from the sky
Livin' up on the hill
Please come to LA
She just said no, boy, won't you come home to me

{Refrain with LA can't be...}

I'm the number one fan of the man from Tennessee

/ Em A D - /

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