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Old 04-26-2005, 01:03 PM
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I popped in Roll With me Henry yesterday
"I Can't Help Falling In Love" with "Roll With Me Henry!" That style of song fits Christine so well. And it's essentially a Fleetwood Mac song -- with Mick, John, Rick and Billy playing on it.
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"Can't Help Falling In Love" actually is too: Christine, Mick, John & Lindsey.
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I love both "Can't Help Falling In Love" & "Roll With Me Henry". It's pretty much impossible to top the original Elvis version of CHFIL, but Christine's version comes very close.

"Roll With Me Henry" is a Fleetwood Mac song, in my opinion. Obviously, Chris didn't write it. Does anyone know where this song came from?
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"Roll With Me Henry" is an old Etta James tune from the '50s.
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"Roll With Me Henry" is an old Etta James tune from the '50s.
Well, that makes 2 Etta James songs that Chris has done.
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It's pretty much impossible to top the original Elvis version of CHFIL...
You obviously haven't heard Bob Dylan's version from 1973!
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Never Make Me Cry(the piano demo version)
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Never Make Me Cry(the piano demo version)

oooooooooooooo i love that one
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"Over and Over" St. Louis 1979, so bare, so beautiful.
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