Artist-Shack Song-Byrds Turn to Stone Album-Here's Tom with the weather. Intro AA- GG- DD- GG- DD- AA. Verse 1 AA GG DD How can you shine so bright GG DD AA And still you shine for me AA GG DD Traveling through the night GG DD AA AA million miles with me. AA GG DD Listening to wild mountain time AA GG DD the Byrds and Arthur Lee. Chorus EmEm AA DD F We'd spend the time feeding our minds EmEm AA DD F AA Byrds turn to stone night after night. Verse 2 AA GG DD Learning to play the guitar. GG DD AA one for you, one for me AA GG DD Who'd be the first one to learn. GG DD AA With endless cups of tea. Chorus EmEm AA DD F We'd spend the time blowing our minds EmEm AA DD F AA Byrds turn to stone night after night. DD- F EmEm- AA. Bridge (Completely guessing on the lyrics) GG DD Remember the days.
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Artist Album Song Title. Who Sang Byrds Turn to Stone? Shack. Release information Release Date: 2003-9-23 Genre: Rock Pop Style: Alternative Rock/Acoustic/Indie Rock length: 3:53 Lyrics. How can you shine so bright and still you shine for me? Travelling through the night a million miles with me Listening to Wild Mountain Thyme, The Byrds and Arthur Lee. We’d spend the time, feeding our minds Byrds turn to stone, night after night
Turn to Stone is a compilation album by Virginia doom metal band Pentagram, comprising songs from their first three albums: Relentless, Day of Reckoning and Be Forewarned. It was released by Peaceville Records in 2002. Compilation album by. Pentagram. Turn to Stone: "Turn to Stone" (Joe Walsh and Barnstorm song). Turn to Stone" (Electric Light Orchestra song). Turn to Stone (album). Petrifaction in mythology and fiction.
Turn! Turn! Turn! is the second album by the folk rock band the Byrds and was released in December 1965 on Columbia Records (see 1965 in music). Like its predecessor, Mr. Tambourine Man, the album epitomized the folk rock genre and continued the band's successful mix of vocal harmony and jangly twelve-string Rickenbacker guitar.
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