#1
Who originally sang it? Ive seen the GN'R version but i havent tried the others. *sprays anti-flame spray*
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#2
bob dylan i believe
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#4
Bob Dylan. For the soundtrack to Butch Cassidy. which was a ballin movie.
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#7
bob dylan... then i think clapton covered it after that then gnr
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Bob Dylan. For the soundtrack to Butch Cassidy. which was a ballin movie.

No. The song you're thinking of is "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" by BJ Thomas. But you're right that it is a ballin' movie.
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#10
My bad, it was for Billy the Kid.
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#11
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bob dylan... then i think clapton covered it after that then gnr

then Avril Lavigne
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#12
Bob Dylan wrote it.

Clapton covered it.

Guns N Roses covered it (my favorite version)

well actually...alot of people covered it.
Avril covered it, but her version is just like Bob Dylan's. Simple acoustic guitar, three chords.
Just with a female voice.
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#13
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Bob Dylan wrote it.

Clapton covered it.

Guns N Roses covered it (my favorite version)

well actually...alot of people covered it.
Avril covered it, but her version is just like Bob Dylan's. Simple acoustic guitar, three chords.Just with a female voice.

1st bold:my favorite too
2nd boldmg 3 chords? im going to learn it!
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#15
Ya Bob Dylan did it first. But listen to this, we just got this music in choir last week. Now I love the song, but we are just butchering it. The piano part is beautiful, so is the harmonies within the singing, but it just doesnt suit the song. Im kinda pissed off about it.
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#16
well the origianl bob dylan version had a gospel choir in the background, but yeah i dont think the piano would work so well
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