I got a sin I ain't never confessed...

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  1. fezz parka

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    ...is a line from the song.

    The thread is not about confessing sins. Or anything else. Its to celebrate a great songwriter who is sorely missed.


    Man. This guy was the stuff.

     
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    abnormaltoy Mouth draggin' knuckle breather Silver Member

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    Go and sin no more...
     
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    DancesWithWeasels Where there's a weasel there's a way Silver Member

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    And I confess that I didn't know Tom Petty also played bass, though I shouldn't be surprised.
     
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    StratoMutt Senior Stratmaster

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    What is this "sin" word you type of? Something to be concerned about?

    Is this one of those keys on a scientific calculator?
     
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    This tune was the end title to the great western film Appaloosa. Ed Harris...Viggo Mortensen...
     
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    Its a line from the lyrics in the song. You'd know that if you listened to it.

    Another row planted.
     
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    guitarchaeologist Papa Americano Silver Member

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    Lots of great one-liners in there.
    My fav, "I'm a loser at the top of my game."
    Adopting that!
     
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    Great song. The video serves as a lesson on how to make a Telecaster sing!
     
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    ido1957 Senior Stratmaster

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    Would love to try one of the mic's he's singing through.
    Nice slide playing
    His voice is deceptively high ;)
     
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    Tent preacher holding a revival, getting people to confess their sins.
    TELL IT, PEOPLE!
    ONE SIN IS THE SAME AS THE NEXT IN THE EYES OF GOD!! CONFESS ALL YOUR SINS, LARGE OR SMALL!!
    Folks are getting into it.
    Father...I have spent my paycheck on whiskey and my children have been hungry.
    THAT'S RIGHT PEOPLE...TELL IT...TELL IT...TELL IT ALLLLLLLL!!!!
    After several more confessions (ad lib them if you like), someone who has clearly been holding back finally stands up and blurts out, I have had sex with a goat!!
    The preacher stops and says, "Damn, brother...I don't b'lieve I'd a' told that."
     
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    I choose to sin a million time and land in hell as a legend.
     
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    nadzab Play Don't Worry Silver Member

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    Was gonna say...one of my all-time favorite movies. Ed and Viggo are the definition of cool, and Jeremy Irons is perfect as the bad guy. Love it when this song runs over the end credits.
     
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    jtoomuch Senior Stratmaster Silver Member

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    We all play bass,don't we? In a way?
     
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    Stratafied Most Honored Senior Member

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    Petty was a mega talent.
     
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    No. Guitar players playing bass...is a guitar player playing bass. :D

    I play the bass...like a bass player. ;)
     
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    And that has what to do with the song?

    Again...the thread title is a line from the song.

    Yet another row planted.
     
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    jtoomuch Senior Stratmaster Silver Member

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    Ok, ok. I didn't mean play bass WELL, but as a guitar player I could do better with a bass than say, a trumpet.
     
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    Yep. He was a gifted songwriter.
    Probably a nice dude too (by many accounts).
     
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    Gimme fifteen minutes I'd get a sound out of it. Whether it would be for public consumption is another story. LOL
     
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    Mike always kills it. It's all about the song for him. And the B-Bender really works in this tune.
     
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