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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Help to ID a mid-70s song (soft rock/ easy listening)
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 Author: freitas
go Posted: Dec 11 2017 - 05:10 PM
follow Subject: Help to ID a mid-70s song (soft rock/ easy listening)
Hi all!

Need help to find a song,

well, I heard on the radio in midlles 70s. (by 1973-75, or 76- Oh memory) It's a great song so I record it on a tape, but I lost it months later.

As a try to find the song, a friend of mine made a sample on which he sings (by some solmization) the tune - and the only word we remembered of the lyrics; "goodbye" and another one ends or rhyme with "down" (get down??) - That's all we can remember. I'm not a native English speaker...

Can anybody help? Any hint just by the melody...

NOTE: For sure that unknown song is a kind of soft rock/ easy listening. There's a long guitar solo in fade out too...
I think it's a famous song, not a great hit, maybe a one that didn't chart... of a famous band/artist in early stage... idk

here's the sample >>>>

Thanks in advance
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