Cowboy Junkies - Sweet Jane

"Sweet Jane" is a single and track from the 1988 album, "The Trinity Session", by Cowboy Junkies. The album was released on Latent Records and was produced by Peter Moore.

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Cowboy Junkies' cover for Lou Reed's "Sweet Jane"

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"Sweet Jane" is a song by The Velvet Underground, originally appearing on their 1970 album Loaded. The song was written by Velvet's leader Lou Reed, who continued to incorporate the song into his own live performances years later as a solo artist. The song is a fan favorite and frequently appears on classic rock radio stations.

In 1988, the Canadian band Cowboy Junkies covered the song on The Trinity Session album, which was later released as a C

The Cowboy Junkies' cover of "Sweet Jane" written by Lou Reed.
Album: "The Trinity Session" (1988).

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Heavenly widened roses
Seem to whisper to me
When you smile
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Heavenly Wine & Roses.... whisper to me~

♫ Lyrics ♫

Anyone who's ever had a heart
Wouldn't turn around and break it
and anyone who's ever played a part
Wouldn't turn around and hate it
Sweet Jane, sweet Jane
Sweet, sweet Jane

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Cowboy Junkies - Sweet Jane

Anyone who's ever had a heart
Wouldn't turn around and break it
And anyone who's ever played a part
Wouldn't turn around and hate it.

Sweet Jane, sweet Jane
Sweet, sweet Jane
You're waiting
For Jimmy down in the alley
Waiting there
For him to come back home
Waiting down on the corner
And thinking of ways
To get back home.

Work it Krissy! Dan sounding dope on guitar.

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When Cowboy Junkies first recorded Lou Reed's Sweet Jane on a single ambisonic microphone in Toronto's Church of the Holy Trinity, it was a revelation.

This rock radio classic, a hit for Mott The Hoople, and immortalized on Reed's "Rock N Roll Animal" LP with a soaring guitar into by Steve Wagner & Dick Hunter, was instantly transfigured by Cowboy Junkies into an introspective and devastating elegy, revealing Reed's abandoned verses and bridge, and tr

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