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Can you name the Grateful Dead Songs By Their Opening Lyrics?

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Opening LyricsSong TitleSong Info
Sugar magnolia, blossoms blooming, head's all empty and I don't care(American Beauty, 1970)
Going down the road feeling bad (x3)(Cover, Traditional)
Me and my uncle went riding down, south Colorado--west Texas bound(Cover, John Phillips)
Driving that train, high on cocaine, Casey Jones you better watch your speed(Workingman's Dead, 1970)
Dark star crashes, pounding its weight into ashes(Single, 1968)
Cold iron shackles and ball and chain, listen to the whistle of the evening train(Europe '72, 1972)
If my words did glow, with the cold of sunshine(American Beauty, 1970)
Must be getting early, clocks are running late, paint-by-number morning sky, looks so phony(In the Dark, 1987)
Look out of any window, any morning, any evening, any day(American Beauty, 1970)
I can't stay much longer, Melinda, the sun is getting high(Workingman's Dead, 1970)
Well the first days are the hardest days, don't you worry anymore(Workingman's Dead, 1970)
Let my inspiration flow, in token rhymes suggesting rhythm(Terrapin Station, 1977)
I was born in a desert, raised in a lion's den(Cover, Traditional)
Gone are the days when the ox fall down, he'd take up that yoke and plow the fields around(Europe '72, 1972)
I have seen where the wolf has slept by the silver stream(Reckoning, 1981)
Julie catch a rabbit by his hair, come back step like to walk on air(Wake of the Flood, 1973)
Opening LyricsSong TitleSong Info
I taught that weeping willow how to cry, cry, cry, I taught the clouds how to cover up a clear blue sky(Cover, Johnny Cash)
You told me goodbye, how was I to know? You didn't mean goodbye, you mean please don't let me go(Workingman's Dead, 1970)
Since it costs a lot to win, and even more to lose, you and me bound to spend some time, wondering what to choose(Garcia, 1972)
If I had my way, I would tear this whole building down(Cover, Traditional)
Right outside this lazy summer home, you ain't have time to call your soul a critic, no(Wake of the Flood, 1973)
You tell me this town ain't got no heart, well, well, well, you can never tell(Shakedown Street, 1978)
First think I remember knowing was that lonesome whistle blowing(Cover, Merle Haggard)
When I was just a little young boy, Papa said, 'Son, you'll never get far'(Aoxomoxoa, 1969)
In the timbers of Fennario, the wolves are running round(Workingman's Dead, 1970)
Well this job I've got is a little to hard, running out of money, Lord I need more pay(The Grateful Dead, 1967)
If I had a gun for every ace I've drawn, I could arm a town the size of Abilene(Garcia, 1972)
On the day when I was born, Daddy sat down and cried(Wake of the Flood, 1973)
I had a hard run, running from your window(Grateful Dead, 1971)
The judge decreed it, the clerk he wrote it, the clerk he wrote it down, indeed-y(Cover, Traditional)
Wake of the flood, laughing water, forty-nine(Wake of the Flood, 1973)

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