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Around 1977 Neil Young formed a band called The Ducks that included Jeff Blackburn. The band played for a $3 cover charge in the hip Santa Cruz club environment. This song came out of this period and Jeff Blackburn received co-writing credits.

This deals with the fleeting nature of fame and how hard it is to stay relevant as an artist. "Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay" is a '50s song by Danny and the Juniors. Young alludes to… read more

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  • Avatar for eye_87
    it's better to burn out than to fade away
  • Avatar for steelreserv
    How do I listen to the Blue Oyster Cult?
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  • Avatar for deathsdemise123
    One of those "tingles up the spine" sort of songs.
  • Avatar for RAGGLEMAN
    The essence of Young.......
  • Avatar for wahlang
    woh my my young always forever young man.
  • Avatar for ButchGantenbein
    Sure I see what your saying, but once your gone you can never come back.
  • Avatar for PatroFloyd
    It's better to burn out than it is to rust, when you're out of the blue and into the black.
  • Avatar for ButchGantenbein
    They give you this but you paid for that, sounds like America
  • Avatar for gilliananne
    it's better to burn out than to fade away [2]

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