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Free Fallin' Technique
Great lyrics move us like the world's best poems. Take a close-up look at the art.
While Tom Petty may not be known for the literary references or hidden meanings in his songs, the strengths of his work lie in the fact that it taps into basic human experiences and emotions. His s...
The first three chords for "Free Fallin'" are among the most recognizable song openings in rock music. Petty originally was noodling around with a more complex guitar part, but during a jam session...
Tom Petty is the kind of guy who has never taken crap from anyone, and his blunt lyrical style mirrors his personality. His lyrics are no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is in style, and they are full of...
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