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Burton Cummings

Stand Tall (4:43)

Yes, you heard it on a french fry commercial. So did I. I just barely remembered hearing it in the back seat of my mothers Pacer in 1975, or thereabouts. Do AM radio ballads get any better than this? Rod Stewart's "Final Acclaim" is beautiful, but it doesn't inspire like "Stand Tall". Leo Sayer's "When I Need You" is close competion, but once again, it doesn't make you want to Carpe Diem like this beautiful outpouring from the former lead singer of The Guess Who. I've got to be honest- I never want to hear "American Woman" ever again, but rediscovering this gem has made my Sunday afternoon a whole lot more beautiful

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