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Can you name the 70's Aerosmith Songs By Opening Line?

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Stagecoach lady, hourglass body, making things glow in the night
It's the dawn of the day, I'm crashed and I'm smashed
It ain't easy, living like a gypsy, tell you honey how I feel
Well you talk about things and nobody cares, your wearing out things that nobody wears
Johnny come lately on a Saturday night screamin' how did it go
Here come old flat top, he comes, grooving up slowly
Good evening people, welcome to the show!
Take me on your rocking ****
I need a lady, not somebody shady, need someone to be close to
Well on a train, I met a dame, she's rather handsome, but kinda looked the same
Now it's time, to say good night to you, now it's time to bid you sweet adieu
You like good boogie, like a real boogie woogie
You act like a pre-madonna, playing so hard to get
When will the clouds all go away, when will the good people have their say
Lord I must be dreamin', what else could this be? Everybody's screaming, running for the sea
Well I tried everything, just to get along with you, now I'm gonna tell you just what I'm gonna do
Long ago when days untold were ruled by Lords of greed
Doctor, doctor, doctor, please doctor, doctor please, doctor, doctor, doctor, I feel like an old disease
Ridin' into town alone, by the light of the moon
Take a walk in the warm New England sun, ain't no time to look for clues
Do you believe in me? Like I believe in you
Kickin' down the road feelin' mighty slowed with the likes of you
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Every time that I look in the mirror, all these lines on my face getting clearer
The street is cold, the dawn is grey, my heart says no but my head says stay
Going down town, going down, going down, in the city, keepin' round and round, underground is pretty gritty
Loose hearted lady, sleepy was she
We all live on the edge of town, where we all live ain't a soul around
Get yourself a cooler, lay yourself low
Nineteen seventy-one, we all heard the starter gun, New York was such a pity but at Max's Kansas City we won
Flat bush boy, cruisin' Sheepshead Bay
Back stroking lover always hidin' 'neath the covers 'til I talk to your daddy he say
Back when Cain was Able, way before the stable, lightning struck right down from the sky
Blood stains the ivories on my daddy's baby grand, ain't seen no daylight since the start of this band
Checkmate honey, beat you at your own damn game
In the attic lights, voices scream, nothing seems, real's a dream
Got me the strangest woman, believe me this chick's no sense
Seems like the other day, my baby went away, she went away, across the sea
When I'm in heat, and someone gets a notion
Please, I've just got to talk to you, please, get your head out of the loo
When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide
Mary Mack, dressed in black, silver buttons up and down her back
Down to who knows who, just to socialise
Hey look yonder, what's that I see? There's that old bogus honey coming after me
Take me back to south Tallahassee

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