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by Heart

So this ain't the end, I saw you again, today
I had to turn my heart away
Smiled like the sun, kisses for everyone
And tales, it never fails

You lying so low in the weeds
I bet you gonna ambush me
You'd have me down, down, down on my knees
Now wouldn't you, Barracuda? Oh

Back over time we were all trying for free
You met the porpoise and me
No right, no wrong you're selling a song, a name
Whisper game

If the real thing don't do the trick
You better make up something quick
You gonna burn, burn, burn, burn, burn to the wick
Oooo, Barracuda, oh yeah

"Sell me, sell you" the porpoise said
Dive down deep to save my head
You, I think you got the blues too

All that night and all the next
Swam without looking back
Made for the western pools, silly, silly fools

If the real thing don't do the trick, no
You better make up something quick
You gonna burn, burn, burn, burn, burn it to the wick
Oooo, barra-barracuda

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Roger Douglas Fisher, Michael Joseph Derosier, Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson, Ann Wilson Dustin

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Seniomsed Jimmy

Remember when you actually had to be talented to be a musician?

Skullface Studios

Fortunately, yes.

Tiffany D.

Yeah sure do, it was way back in the 20th century!!! Lol


hey bud how about you stop hiding the idea that you're old and unwilling to look past the year 1989 for good music behind the thought that nobody at all makes good music today


Don't be such a ballbag, there's good music today too you're just looking at mainstream music and thinking that's all music today.


@Jose Villalobos there's talented people on those shows. It's more organic like back then of people who could sing and play instruments not sounds whipped up in a studio polished up vocals. It's real voices and real instruments. That's how talent was discovered back in the day not random people promoting themselves on social media.

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Maggie Ponce

And they destroyed this woman's career and life because she gained weight. So did Meat Loaf. Also Phil Collins lost his hair, but yeah, they weren't women. They can look big or older. I forgot.

Maggie Ponce

@scohar72 Wow, your reply really changed since before your edit.
I love this track and I also feel bad for her.


Sex sells of course it does and women use it to their advantage sometime it works for and some times against . Silly to think this is not a man's world

Blossom Bouquet

Just a masterpiece. One of the best rock song in history.

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