Song of the Day


Yesterday I came across Joan Jett due to the cover of Have you ever seen the rain?“. I remembered one of my favorite songs of hers and no… it is not I love Rock’n Roll.
Crimson and Clover is one of Joan Jet’s greatest hits. But it is actually a cover version too (originally by Tommy James And The Shondells).

Crimson and Clover – Joan Jett

When I searched for the video above I saw a video when Joan Jett performed live in Cleveland with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra on New Year’s Eve 2016. She still looks amazing and wow, that woman rocks!

Ah, now I don’t hardly know her
But I think I can love her
Crimson and clover

Ah, now when she comes walkin’ over
Now I’ve been waitin’ to show her
Crimson and clover
Over and over

Yeah, if I’m not such a sweet thing
I wanna do everything
What a beautiful feelin’
Crimson and clover
Over and over

Crimson and clover, over and over
Crimson and clover, over and over
Crimson and clover, over and over
Crimson and clover, over and over

Lyrics: Tommy James and drummer Peter Lucia Jr.
Sources: YouTube / A-Z Lyrics
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80s, Song of the Day, Songs


Yes, I noticed most of the songs I checked out while searching for Crimson and Clover are covers. I was surprised and NO… I did not know that even I Love Rock N Roll was acover! Wow! Thanks for sharing this!


It’s coming in loud and clear here in Ecuador! Ha, the rain awakened me about an hour ago, and if my neighbors aren’t awake yet, they will soon as they hear Joan and wonder if Lisa’s having a party upstairs!

The 2nd performance/ C&C music is making me smile! Yes, she and the others ROCK!
Have a great day!


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