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Head East was a hard rock quintet originally from south central Illinois, then Champaign, Illinois, USA. They released their first album, Flat as a Pancake, in 1974 on their own record label (Pyramid Records) selling all 5,000 records and 500 eight-tracks produced. A&M was impressed enough to sign the band and re-release the album in 1975 which went gold by 1978. Flat as a Pancake would remain their most popular album spawning two charting singles, the well-known anthem "Never Been Any Reason" and "Love Me tonight", both written by guitarist Mike Somerville.
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- LyricsDid you see any action?
Did you make any friends?
Would you like some affection
Before I leave again?
Well, I've been walking behind you
- LyricsI remember the first time
Yeah, down in Jefftown creek
You and me and a bottle of wine
And the night just felt so sweet
Came up Sunday morning, the first day of the week
- LyricsDo you think that I'm thinkin' about you, every minute of the day
Do you think I'm cruisin' around, runnin' my life away
Do you think I forgot you, wished that we never met
Do you think that I'm wishin' that I was one man, you'd never forget
Do you think I'm trouble and out for all I can get
- LyricsI get the same old dream
Same time every night
Fall to the ground and I wake up
So I get out of bed
Put on my shoes and in my head
- LyricsDrive 200 hundred miles
To a place I've never seen
One more bar, back to the car and
I'm gone before I know where I've been, yeah
Now, I don't know where you come from
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