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The Byrds

Full Circle

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“Full Circle Song” (aka “Full Circle”) is a song written by Gene Clark in 1972 that utilizes an allegorical wheel of fortune motif to comment on the unpredictable nature of fame and fortune. The song originally appeared in January 1973 on Clark’s Roadmaster album, which was initially released exclusively in the Netherlands. A re-recorded version of “Full Circle Song”, with the alternate title of “Full Circle”, was included on The Byrds’ 1973 reunion album, Byrds. Although the song can be interpreted as an autobiographical commentary on Clark’s own critically lauded but financially unrewarding solo career, Clark always denied that this had been his intention. “Full Circle Song” was initially recorded in April 1972 at Wally Heider Studios, Los Angeles as part... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ And it can steal someone who is a friend ... Funny how the circle takes your flight

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