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James Taylor

When people use the term "singer/songwriter" (often modified by the word "sensitive") in praise or in criticism, they're thinking of James Taylor. In the early '70s, when he appeared with his introspective songs, acoustic guitar, and calm, understated singing style, he mirrored a generation's emotional exhaustion after tumultuous times. Just as Bing Crosby's reassuring voice brought the country out of the Depression and through World War II, Taylor's eased the transition from '60s activism and its attendant frustrations into the less political, more inward-looking '70s. He was rewarded with a series of hit albums and singles (surprisingly, many of the latter were covers of old songs rather than his own compositions), and he managed to survive his initial fame to achieve lasting popularity. He continued to tour successfully for decades, and, starting with his 1970 breakthrough Sweet Baby James, all but one of his regular album releases for the rest of the century went gold or platinum, while his 1976 Greatest Hits album achieved a diamond certification reflecting sales of more than ten million copies.

Taylor was the son of Dr. Isaac and Gertrude Taylor. His three brothers Alex (1947-1993), Livingston, and Hugh -- and his sister Kate -- all became musicians and recorded albums of their own. In 1951, Dr. Taylor was appointed dean of the medical school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the family moved from New England to the South. Taylor studied cello as a child, but first took up the guitar in 1960. In 1963, he began attending Milton Academy, a prep school in Massachusetts. That summer, he met fellow guitarist Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar while staying on Martha's Vineyard, and the two formed a folk duo. Taylor dropped out of school at 16 and formed a band with his brother Alex. Having moved to New York, he suffered from depression and checked himself into McLean Psychiatric Hospital in Massachusetts, a stay that would inspire some of his early songs. While there, he earned a high-school diploma. Upon release, he returned to New York in 1966 and formed a new group, the Flying Machine, with Kortchmar and Joel O'Brien. The band played in Greenwich Village and was signed to a fledgling record label, Rainy Day Records (the name taken from Taylor's song "Rainy Day Man"). It released one single, "Brighten Your Night with My Day"/"Night Owl," both songs written by Taylor. The record was unsuccessful, and the band broke up in the spring of 1967.

By 1968, Taylor had become addicted to heroin. In an attempt to overcome his addiction, he moved to London, where he submitted a demo tape to Peter Asher, former member of Peter & Gordon, then working for the Beatles' Apple Records label. As a result, Taylor was signed to Apple and recorded his debut solo album, James Taylor, released in the U.K. in December 1968 and in the U.S. in February 1969. Initially, it received little attention. A more pressing concern, however, was that Taylor had not been able to kick heroin. As a result, he returned to the U.S. and checked into the Austin Riggs Hospital in Massachusetts. By July 1969, he had recovered sufficiently to make his solo debut at the Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles, but soon after he was in a motorcycle accident and broke both of his hands, which put him out of commission for several months.

Freed of his Apple Records contract, Taylor signed to Warner Bros., moved to California, and, retaining Asher as his manager and producer, recorded his second album, Sweet Baby James. It was released in February 1970 and became a major success during the course of the year, spurred by the single "Fire and Rain," a song that reflected on his experiences in mental institutions, which peaked in the Top Five in October, the same month that Sweet Baby James achieved the same status on the LP charts. With that, interest in Taylor's first album was re-stimulated, and it belatedly reached the charts along with the single "Carolina on My Mind," as did James Taylor & the Original Flying Machine: 1967, a short collection of unfinished recordings made by his '60s band. Sweet Baby James then spawned a second hit single, "Country Road," which peaked in the Top 40 in March 1971. The same month, Taylor appeared on the cover of Time magazine, touted as the founder and leading proponent of the "singer/songwriter" trend in popular music.

Meanwhile, Taylor acted in a feature film, Two-Lane Blacktop, co-starring with the Beach Boys' Dennis Wilson. It was not successful, and Taylor didn't pursue an acting career, though the movie has been well-reviewed since then. Taylor also worked on a new album, returning to record stores in April 1971 with Mud Slide Slim & the Blue Horizon. As he toured the U.S., the LP spent the summer in the Top Ten, eventually peaking just below the top of the charts, paced by its first single, "You've Got a Friend," written by Carole King, which hit number one in July and went gold. A second single, "Long Ago and Far Away," reached the Top 40, and the album eventually sold more than two million copies. On March 14, 1972, Taylor won the 1971 Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male, for "You've Got a Friend."

Taylor took what was then considered a long time -- more than a year and a half -- to come up with his next album, One Man Dog, released in November 1972. On November 3, 1972, during an appearance at Radio City Music Hall in New York, he announced to the crowd that he had married singer/songwriter Carly Simon earlier in the day. Simon was already well-known for the hits "That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be" and "Anticipation," and would soon top the charts with "You're So Vain." One Man Dog marked a fall-off in Taylor's record sales, though it went gold, reached the Top Five, and spawned a Top 20 single in "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight."

Taylor was next heard from in January 1974, when he sang a duet with his wife, "Mockingbird," a cover of the 1963 hit by Inez & Charlie Foxx, on her Hotcakes album. Released as a single, the recording reached the Top Five and went gold. That spring, Taylor launched a major tour in anticipation of his next album, Walking Man, released in June. Though it reached the Top 20, the album was a commercial disappointment, failing to go gold or produce a chart single. But Taylor bounced back the following year with the May release of Gorilla. Again, he succeeded by reviving an old hit, this time Marvin Gaye's 1964 song "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)," which reached the Top Five, helping the album become a Top Ten, gold-selling hit.

In the Pocket, Taylor's seventh album, was his third annual warm-weather release, appearing in June 1976. Its single was the singer's own "Shower the People," which reached the Top 40, while the album made the Top 20 and went gold. Nearing the end of his Warner Bros. contract, Taylor re-recorded a couple of his Apple songs for his Greatest Hits LP, released in November. It became a perennial seller. With that, in a major coup, he was signed by Columbia. His debut for the label, JT, was released in June 1977. Once again, a revival spurred its sales, as Taylor covered Jimmy James' 1959 song "Handy Man" and took it into the Top Five, followed by a Top 20 showing for his own "Your Smiling Face." With such stimulation, JT reached the Top Five and sold over two million copies. On February 23, 1978, Taylor picked up a second Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male, for "Handy Man."

Along with Paul Simon, Taylor was a featured singer on Art Garfunkel's cover of "(What A) Wonderful World," previously a hit for Sam Cooke and Herman's Hermits, which peaked in the Top 20 in March 1978. Taylor next became involved with the Broadway musical Working, based on Studs Terkel's bestseller, writing three songs for it. The show ran a scant 25 performances after opening on May 14, 1978, but Taylor reclaimed "Millworker" and "Brother Trucker" for his next album. Meanwhile, his duet with Carly Simon on a revival of the Everly Brothers' "Devoted to You" peaked in the Top 40 in September.

Flag, marking a nearly two-year break between albums, appeared in April 1979, its Top 40 hit single being a revival of the 1963 Drifters hit "Up on the Roof." Despite the lack of a really big hit single, the LP reached the Top Ten and went platinum. That September, Taylor performed at Madison Square Garden in the No Nukes concerts, later being featured in the No Nukes triple LP and in the No Nukes concert film.

Taylor embarked on a national tour in the summer of 1980, despite not having a current album to promote. From here on, recurrent touring became a regular part of his career and contributed to his longevity as an artist. That fall, he appeared on the children's album In Harmony 2, singing "Jelly Man Kelly." The album won the 1981 Grammy for Best Recording for Children. He toured extensively during 1981, releasing Dad Loves His Work in February. The album reached the Top Ten and went gold, spurred by the Top Ten success of the single "Her Town Too," written by Taylor, J.D. Souther, and Waddy Wachtel, Taylor's most successful original composition since "Fire and Rain."

Taylor continued to tour frequently in the early '80s, a period when his marriage to Carly Simon came to an end (they were divorced in 1983). Often, his performances took place overseas. In January 1985, he performed at the Rock in Rio concert in Brazil, a show that resulted in the Brazil-only release Live in Rio. His next studio album, following a gap of more than four years, was That's Why I'm Here, released in October 1985. As usual, his record label issued a cover song as the single; in this case it was Buddy Holly's "Everyday," which didn't get very far up the charts. Nevertheless, Taylor's long career and constant touring had brought him a permanent audience ready to buy his records, and the album eventually went platinum. On December 14, 1985, he married for the second time, to Kathryn Walker; a month later, he was on tour in Australia.

Road work continued to be Taylor's primary occupation in the mid-'80s, but he came off tour long enough to finish another album, Never Die Young, only a little more than two years after That's Why I'm Here, released in January 1988. The title song, issued as a single, barely reached the charts, but Never Die Young was another million-seller. The late '80s and early '90s saw more extensive worldwide touring. New Moon Shine, Taylor's 13th regular album release, came in October 1991, the same month that he sold out six consecutive shows at the Paramount Theater in New York; the disc stayed in the charts nearly a year and sold a million copies.

Despite his consistent draw as a concert attraction, Taylor had never released a live album in the U.S. until the August 1993 appearance of Live, a two-CD set that went platinum within months. Columbia, which had never had a Taylor compilation to promote, trimmed the album down to a single disc of hits for the 1994 release (Best Live). Taylor was divorced from his second wife in 1996. His next album, Hourglass, released in May 1997, demonstrated his continuing appeal by entering the charts in the Top Ten. On February 25, 1998, it won the 1997 Grammy for Best Pop Album. In October the same year, Columbia issued the DVD Live at the Beacon Theatre while Billboard magazine was honoring Taylor with their highest accolade, the Century Award.

By 2000, Taylor's first Greatest Hits collection had sold over ten million copies, earning him the RIAA's Diamond Award. Taylor was also inducted into both the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriter's Hall of Fame in 2000, and at the end of the year, Columbia issued Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, covering the years 1977-1997. Fans who had waited five years for new material were awarded with October Road in 2002, an album that earned two Grammy nominations and eventually went platinum. A year later, The Best of James Taylor became the first compilation to cover material from his years with Apple, Warner Bros., and Columbia. In 2004, he appeared on the television show The West Wing, released Christmas Album, and sang the national anthem before game two of the World Series. Two years later, Taylor released James Taylor at Christmas and made an appearance on the soundtrack for the Pixar film Cars. In 2007, the CD/DVD One Man Band was released on the Hear Music label. An album featuring a dozen cover versions of various songs, simply and appropriately called Covers, followed a year later in 2008, also from Hear Music. A sequel, Other Covers, appeared in 2009.

Following a highly successful dual tour with Carole King, Taylor and King released a concert CD/DVD set called Live at the Troubadour in 2010. Never one to shy away from his political views, Taylor was active during Barack Obama's 2012 re-election campaign, performing at both the Democratic National Convention and then in January 2013 at the president's second inauguration. In April of 2015, Taylor debuted the single "Today, Today, Today" in advance of a new album called Before This World. Featuring guest spots from Sting and Yo-Yo Ma, Before This World was Taylor's first album of new material since 2002's October Road and there was a pent-up demand for the record: upon its June 16 release, it entered the Billboard 200 at number one, becoming his first-ever chart-topping LP. ~ William Ruhlmann
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: Before This World

Disc 1

1. Today Today Today

2. You And I Again

3. Angels Of Fenway

4. Stretch Of The Highway

5. Montana

6. Watchin' Over Me

7. SnowTime

8. Before This World/Jolly Springtime

9. Far Afghanistan

10. Wild Mountain Thyme

Disc 2

Track List: Other Covers

1. Oh, What A Beautiful Morning

2. Get A Job

3. Memphis

4. Shiver Me Timbers

5. Wasn't That A Mighty Storm

6. In The Midnight Hour

7. Knock On Wood


Track List: Covers

1. It's Growing

2. (I'm A) Road Runner

3. Wichita Lineman

4. Why Baby Why

5. Some Days You Gotta Dance

6. Seminole Wind

7. Suzanne

8. Hound Dog

9. Sadie

10. On Broadway

11. Summertime Blues

12. Not Fade Away


Track List: One Man Band (Live)

Disc 1

1. Something In The Way She Moves (Live)

2. Never Die Young (Live)

3. The Frozen Man (Live)

4. Mean Old Man (Live)

5. School Song (Live)

6. Country Road (Live)

7. Slap Leather (Live)

8. My Traveling Star (Live)

9. You've Got A Friend (Live)

10. Steamroller Blues (Live)

11. Secret O' Life (Live)

12. Line 'Em Up (Live)

13. Chili Dog (Live)

14. Shower The People (Live)

15. Sweet Baby James (Live)

16. Carolina In My Mind (Live)

17. Fire And Rain (Live)

18. Copperline (Live)

19. You Can Close Your Eyes (Live)

Disc 2

Track List: The Best Of James Taylor

2. Sweet Baby James

3. Fire And Rain

4. Country Road

5. You've Got A Friend

6. You Can Close Your Eyes

7. Long Ago And Far Away

8. Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

9. Walking Man

10. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

11. Mexico

12. Shower The People

13. Golden Moments

15. Carolina In My Mind

16. Handy Man

17. Your Smiling Face

18. Up On The Roof

19. Only A Dream In Rio


Track List: James Taylor Greatest Hits Volume 2

1. Secret O' Life

2. Handy Man

3. Your Smiling Face

4. Up On The Roof

5. Her Town Too

6. That's Why I'm Here

7. Only A Dream in Rio

8. Everyday

9. Song For You Far Away

10. Never Die Young

11. (I'veGot To) Stop Thinkin' 'Bout That

12. Copperline

13. Shed A Little Light (live)

14. Another Day

15. Little More Time With You

16. Enough To Be On Your Way


Track List: Hourglass

1. Line 'Em Up

2. Enough To Be On Your Way

3. Little More Time With You

4. Gaia

5. Ananas

6. Jump Up Behind Me

7. Another Day

8. Up Er Mei

9. Up From Your Life

10. Yellow And Rose

11. Boatman

12. Walking My Baby Back Home


Track List: Never Die Young

1. Never Die Young

2. T-Bone

3. Baby Boom Baby

4. Runaway Boy

5. Valentine's Day

6. Sun On The Moon

7. Sweet Potato Pie

8. Home By Another Way

9. Letter In The Mail

10. First Of May


Track List: That's Why I'm Here

1. That's Why I'm Here

2. Song For You Far Away

3. Only A Dream In Rio

4. Turn Away

5. Going Around One More Time

6. My Romance

7. Everyday

8. Limousine Driver

9. Only One

10. Mona

11. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

12. That's Why I'm Here (Reprise)


Track List: Dad Loves His Work

1. Hard Times

2. Her Town Too

3. Hour That The Morning Comes

4. I Will Follow

5. Believe It Or Not

6. Stand And Fight

7. Only For Me

8. Summer's Here

9. Sugar Trade

10. London Town

11. That Lonesome Road


Track List: Flag

1. Company Man

2. Johnnie Comes Back

3. Day Tripper

4. I Will Not Lie For You

5. Brother Tucker

6. Is That The Way You Look

7. B.S.U.R.

8. Rainy Day Man

9. Millworker

10. Up On The Roof

11. Chanson Francaise

12. Sleep Come Free Me


Track List: JT

1. Your Smiling Face

2. There We Are

3. Honey Don't Leave L.A.

4. Another Grey Morning

5. Bartender's Blues

6. Secret O' Life

7. Handyman

8. I Was Only Telling A Lie

9. Looking For Love On Broadway

10. Terra Nova

11. Traffic Jam

12. If I Keep My Heart Out Of Sight


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Something In The Way She Moves

2. Carolina In My Mind

3. Fire And Rain

4. Sweet Baby James

5. Country Road

6. You've Got A Friend

7. Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

8. Walking Man

9. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)

10. Mexico

11. Shower The People


Track List: In The Pocket

1. Shower The People

2. A Junkie's Lament

3. Money Machine

4. Slow Burning Love

5. Everybody Has The Blues

6. Daddy's All Gone

7. Woman's Gotta Have It

8. Captain Jim's Drunken Dream

9. Don't Be Sad 'Cause Your Sun Is Down

10. Nothing Like A Hundred Miles

11. Family Man

12. Golden Moments


Track List: Gorilla

1. Mexico

2. Music

3. How Sweet It Is

4. Wandering

5. Gorilla

6. You Make It Easy

7. I Was A Fool To Care

8. Lighthouse

9. Angry Blues

10. Love Songs

11. Sarah Maria


Track List: One Man Dog

1. One Man Parade

2. Nobody But You

3. Chili Dog

4. Fool For You

5. Instrumental I

6. New Tune

7. Back On The Street Again

8. Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

9. Woh, Don't You Know

10. One Morning In May

11. Instrumental II

12. Someone

13. Hymn

14. Fanfare

15. Little David

16. Mescalito

17. Dance

18. Jig


Track List: Mud Slide Slim And The Blue Horizon

1. Love Has Brought Me Around

2. You've Got A Friend

3. Places In My Past

4. Riding On A Railroad

5. Soldiers

6. Mud Slide Slim

7. Hey Mister, That's Me Up On The Jukebox

8. You Can Close Your Eyes

9. Machine Gun Kelly

10. Long Ago And Far Away

11. Let Me Ride

12. Highway Song

13. Isn't It Nice To Be Home Again


Track List: Sweet Baby James

1. Sweet Baby James

2. Lo And Behold

3. Sunny Skies

4. Steamroller

5. Country Road

6. Oh, Susannah

7. Fire And Rain

8. Blossom

9. Anywhere Like Heaven

10. Oh Baby, Don't You Loose Your Lip On Me

11. Suite For 20 G


Track List: James Taylor

1. Don't Talk Now

2. Something's Wrong

3. Knocking 'round The Zoo

4. Sunshine Sunshine

8. Brighten Your Night With My Day

9. Night Owl

11. Circle Round The Sun

12. The Blues Is Just A Bad Dream


Track List: Angels Of Fenway (Single)

1. Angels Of Fenway


Track List: Today Today Today (Single)

1. Today Today Today


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Betty Bourne, Many of JT songs carried me thru many dark days. For you ,I wish you sunny days as you heal from your past
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I filed for divorce today. I was battered 13 years or more. This song is special to me
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Definitely a legend in his own time.
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With the voice of an angel, loved him my entire life. Thank you James. Keep on keepin' on.
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The least popular of all the Taylor singers
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Such a sad singer.
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I'm just a sit around the fire player but I love to just sing with him one time about half pickled that is lol
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Thank you!!
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I love him I here him at night!❤️����
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Wow! Miss you<3
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This year is the 10th anniversary of one of the greatest albums: James Taylor At Christmas. He is a funny man at 68.
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Reminds me of my childhood delivering papers before school!! ❤️❤️❤️
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Totally AWESOME!!
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alexandraabe l l a 1 7
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I love being around you and you make me happy
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One of the best at finger picking and one of the best song writers
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hope love hasent passed me by I'm a pretty good person I try to accommodate people I want to be safe mimi
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James Taylor - you are one of my favorites. I rocked my baby and sang lullabyes to her along with your music. She and I just recently got to see you in concert together -- now that she's almost 39 years old -- what a special thing to get to do. Your music is timeless. Keep singing and writing.
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An absolutely timeless performer
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love that song means a lot to me mimi
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I have been listening to him since 1985, which was the year I was born. I bet I was actually listening to him in 1984 while in the womb lol. Hearing his music as a preteen after not hearing it since I was a little kid, his voice hit me like a ton of bricks, in a good way!, and I then remembered so many childhood memories due to just hearing his music again. His music got my mom through divorce and clearly helped out my brother and I. Have been obsessed with him ever since and have had the pleasu
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I have many of his CDs. I am going to see him for the fifth time at the end of May. He is a funny man.
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I seen lonely times....whe n I could not find a freind ...........p l e a s e Look down upon Me......JESU S ! ! ! ! ! X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O O O
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I have completed my Internship as of March 18th. I received an A and 4.0 GPA. I received my degree for Associates in Applied Sciences for Health Information Management Systems/Medi c a l Office Management. I DID IT. AMEN. It took me from June of 2010 to March of 2016 to accomplish this task, but, I DID IT. THANKYOU PANDORA FOR STICKING BY ME AND SUPPORTING ME ON THIS TRIP. PEACE, LOVE, AND HAVE FUN b :-)
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EXTRAORDINAI R E . . . . . .

Check him out on Austin City Limits.....
Really beautiful!

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An absolutely timeless performer
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Cant remember either
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I like J. Taylor, the a Eagles too, BUT I set up Neil Diamond Radio,
So where is Neil???? Do I have to give up on this station too?
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Best music Ever!!!
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this is true music
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always enjoyed his music,,,Nana k u l i Guy
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SO 88
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Got me through some hard times can look back fondly now thank you Mr Taylor
Love the tunes

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JT is one of the best ever!
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Matty: get your matted head out of your ... and learn some truth. Sorry Dude, ya made me say it. There's no one like James...anyw h e r e or any time... listen to your elders, cuz if you had listened to James you'd not be spoutin' like a mean little place for a spider... oh! Wait! That's YOU!
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when i was growing up, as a teen ager, you got me through some difficult times. thanks for the beautiful music.
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I love your music. I hope that you will reply to me
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Goin in my mind
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Great song. Too bad Taylor is a liberal goofball
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Awesome song
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Great song, our family loves this tune!!!
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I hear ya sister
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Love you Mr. Taylor.....p l e a s e sing forever.
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Hi. Tony. James. Talylor.
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Yes James!!!!
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Clittle red ridinghod
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