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The Black Crowes - Remedy



"Remedy" is the second song on The Black Crowes second album, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. It reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart in May 1992 and stayed there for 11 weeks. On the Billboard Hot 100, the song peaked at number 48. It also reached number 24 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the band's highest-charting single in the United Kingdom, and became a top-10 hit in New Zealand and Norway.





Lyrics



Baby, baby, why can't you sit still?

Who killed that bird out on your window sill?

Are you the reason that he broke his back?

Tell me, did I see you laugh about that?

If I come on like a dream?

Will you let me show you what I mean?

Will you let me come on inside?

Will you let it glide?


Can I have some remedy?

All I want is a remedy.

Remedy for me please.

Cause if I had some remedy

I'd take enough to please me.


Baby, baby, why you dye your hair?

Why you always keeping with your mother's dare?

So, baby why who's who, who know you, too?

Did the other children scold on you?

If I come on like a dream?

Will you let me show you what I mean?

Will you let me come on inside?

Will you let it slide?



Songwriters: Chris Robinson

Remedy lyrics © Warner-tamerlane Publishing Corp.




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