Saturday, January 16, 2010

Marshall Tucker. They DID Hear It In A Love Song! Can't You See?

Remember this classic by the Marshall Tucker Band? Heard It In A Love Song.




And here's another classic. "Can't You See". As in "Can't You See How Great This Blog Is?" Which song do you like better?

16 comments:

Dr Zibbs said...

And what memories do you have of these songs?

JenJen said...

Something about a man playing the flute....
mmm mmm mmmmm


Seriously, "Can't You See" is one of those songs you belt out in the car on that first warm day, windows down (or top), hair blowing....
Summer. GET HERE!!

Dr Zibbs said...

JenJen - you like the flute huh?

Wait a minute..do I know you from band camp?

JMUmonty said...

Can't you see is one of the great songs of all times.

JMUmonty said...

I need one of those cowboy hats. Zibbs, you going to Victory today?

Dr Zibbs said...

JMUonty - Agreed. I don't think I'm going there but tweet when you're there and maybe I will.

JMUmonty said...

Zibbs. My 9 and 10 year old want me to take them there to get a pretzel. Maybe this afternoon.

B.E. Earl said...

I'm a fan of both songs and everything to do with the Marshall Tucker Band. I sang "Heard it in a Love Song" a few months ago during karaoke night. I tend to get real Country/Southern Rock on karaoke nights, for some reason.

Son of a Thomas said...

When I was younger I thought they were saying "Dirty little Love song."

Scope said...

Whit "Heard It In A Love Song" you can't go wrong.

Or is the song 10 feet long?

Dr Zibbs said...

JMUmonty - your KIDS are going to Victory? Seems like they might not undertand that when I talk, they stop talking and start listening. Please email a cerification that they understand this important priciple.

BE Earl - I'd like to try this Karaoke thing but my parents said anything Japanese is foreign and potentially dangerous.

phd in yogurtry said...

My memories are recent. Husband listens to MTB and this era of southern progressive rock ALL.THE.TIME. So forgive me if I'm a little sick of it. But I do get a lift when I hear "Love Song." Never get tired of that one.

Husband's memories are a bit more distant. He saw MTB at the Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston along with Charlie Daniels Band and Atlantic Rhythm Section... all for $10!

Dr Zibbs said...

PHD - $10? Excellent.

Peggy said...

Fun Fact: I saw the Marshall Tucker Band at a local "fest" the night I got engaged! Yep, no fancy dinners or carriage rides...just a good old fest...haha...ah, memories.
ps...They were awesome!

Pearl said...

Both of them make me want to attend a kegger, preferably in the woods, where I will meet a young man who insists that I sit on his lap.

Sigh.

Pearl

Dr Zibbs said...

Peggy - nice.

Pearl - You like when guys insist that you sit on their laps? Interesting.