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Try One More Time
by The Marshall Tucker Band

My glass is empty, but innocently

Just sittin here thinkin how much you mean to me

Thought about leavin, but you know you're one of a kind

And even though we tried it all

I'd like to try it more time..

Said tonight at the party, you wore your finest dress

You walked around in style lookin so much finer than the rest

And when you walked up to me, Lord

You know I was so proud

And even though we tried it all

I'd like to try it more time..


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Kay Dexter

The ultimate "cry in your beer" song.....

Kimberly O

For some reason, when I listen to this, I hear Ronnie Van Zant singing it.  Beautiful from start to finish.


"And you gotta be a fan, of the Marshall Tucker Band, before I'll sit down and have a drink with you" - Ronnie van Zandt

Charles Huffman

For the two that didn't like this classic,try it one more time, close your eyes and take it all in.

James McGowan

I don't mean no disrespect to Ronnie because he was a Great friend whom I grew up with and yes he would have done a wonderful version of this song, however, this is Doug's and Toy's song , who were great friends as well and this was them to a tea!!! There song and no one else's and Ronnie would be the first to say it!!

Charles Huffman

Refreshing as a dip in one of many springs in N. Florida gotta love it.


One of the best Southern Rock Albums ever made.

scott martineau

I saw these guys in concert more times than I count..For those that didn't, sorry, you missed a great show !!!

breakdown 383

In I think it was 74' or 75 I saw them with Charlie Daniels and ZZ Top at Barton Coliseum in Little Rock Ark and the ticket was $7.50. Times have changed but the music still takes me back to a better place and time. Im 71 now and still playing their music.

Gary Santerre

As I get older, I return back to the old days, growing up in the 60'sand 70's I don't think I had the maturity to really appreciate those days as I do now. MTB was my first live show, I think maybe I was 14-15 or so. They floored me and still do today. To all you young folk...I may be old, but I got to see ALL the cool bands.

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