Classic Rock Song with chorus lyrics of ride (ride) ride (ride) ride.?
I've been searching for the name of this song for a few weeks now. I've done lyrics search from every search engine I could find. I've called classic rock radio stations and asked around to no avail.
The song is by a male led group, probably the 70's or 80's. They have a guitar part in the song that sounds like a car shifting gears up twice. The only words I know are the alternating (low-high) "ride (ride) ride (ride) ride". I've tried alternative words, such as "wide", "hide", "lied", etc. but have yet to figure this out.
Please help me if you can!
- 4 years agoBest Answer
I was just wondering the same thing and it turns out for me the lyrics were wrong - it wasn't "ride, ride, ride", but "run, run, run" by Jo Jo Gunne. Maybe that's the song you're thinking of too.
- Mr. WizardLv 73 years ago
I m trying to find the EXACT SAME SONG. My hunch leads me to four logical / possible choices: The James Gang, Brownsville Station, Edgar Winter or Johnny Winter.
Those guitar solos you speak of are done using a smooth, round object--like a small glass bottle or metallic cylinder--that fits the pinky finger; the effect on a Fender Strat is amazing--hence, the slide guitar wail; trademark of the Winter Brothers songs.
I am on mission, as you are, to finding this song; if I do, I will return with THE ANSWER.
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- BiffLv 75 years ago
"Let it Ride" ? - 1960s' - can't remember group name