Welcome to my Bad Company songs page where you'll find free Bad Company guitar chords and lyrics in a free pdf download, as well as some free acoustic guitar demos on several Bad Co songs.
This song hails from the bands debut album from 1974 and reached #5 on the Billboard charts. Many consider this the groups most popular song. Guitarist Mick Ralphs played this song with open C tuning.
In 1975 the album "Straight Shooter" was released and this was a single from that album. Paul Rodgers wrote this song when he was 19 and with the group "Free" but introduced the song to Bad Company years later. Mick Ralphs threw in the duh duh part on the guitar which converted the song from a country sounding song to a rock ballad. The song was a top 10 in a few countries.
Guitarist Mick Ralphs wrote this one and hails from the album Desolation Angles and also from the album Stories Told And Untold. The song was never released as a single
This song hails from the bands 2nd album "Straight Shooter" as like Feel Like Makin love, this song was considered a rock balled, which was never released as a single.
This song can be found on the 1996 album "Stories Told & Untold" but the album produced no singles.
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