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Flip City (5:02)

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Gleen Frey / Hawk Foliwnisky
Warner Chappel Music Limited | EMI
Music Pub ltd.
Produced by Gleen Frey / Hawk Foliwnisky
Performed by Glenn Frey


All around this city
Ev'rywhere I go
Something strange is happening
To everyone I know
Hear the voice of loneliness
Crying in the night
See the madness in their eyes
Dancin' with delight

I
Want to know
Why
Ev'ryone I
know
Is goin' Flip City
You
Say it ain't true
What can I do
Now
I'm goin' Flip City

Feels like someone's watchin'
Ev'ry move I make
Feels like someone's following
Ev'ry step I take
Suddenly we're not alone
You can feel it too
Suddenly we're not ourselves
What's come over you?

I
Want to know
Why
Ev'ryone I
know
Is goin' Flip City
She
Used to want me
How can it be
Now
She's goin' Flip City
You
Say it ain't true
What can I do
Now
I'm goin' Flip City

Wake me when it's over
Tell me I'm alright
Tell me it was just a dream
A dream I had last night
I can hear the spirits now
Moving underground
I can feel them closing in
About to drag me down

I
Want to know
Why
Ev'ryone I
know
Is goin' Flip City
She
Used to want me
How can it be
Now
She's goin' Flip City
You
Say it ain't true
What can I do
Now
I'm goin' Flip City

I want to know why...
Goin' to Flip City

Where in the Movie?

The guys are at Parkview New Years Eve is approaching. Ghost activity is at its Maximum.
Flip city starts in the Background.

Ghostbusters II Movie Screenshot (3K)
Mood Slime raise in the city.

Ghostbusters II Movie Screenshot (3K)
Don't be affraid of moives , ti's all fiction ..yeah right!

Ghostbusters II Movie Screenshot (3K) Spooks are all over the place.

Ghostbusters II Movie Screenshot (3K)
"Nobody step over a curch ....err ..pass below an arc in my town!"

 

GLENN FREY

GLENN FREY (3K)Between the years 1962 and 1966, there was music in the air and Dancing in the Streets of Detroit, Michigan. Maybe there was something in the water as well because the Motor City was humming, alive with a new sound swerving out of West Grand Boulevard, pistons pumping sweet soul music into the night air. Choosing it's young stars from street corner harmony groups, church choirs, and the housing projects of Brewster, Motown Records crashed through established racial barricades in radio programming, put African-Americans on album covers, and forever changed the sound of popular music.

In the midst of this exuberant, youthful revolution, Glenn Frey attended high school, participated in interscholastic sports, discovered girls, and discovered the guitar as a means of impressing girls. By his late teens, while indulging only in the fashionable vices of his day, Glenn had fronted a few bands, (namely The Subterraneans, The Mushrooms, The Four Of Us, and The Heavy Metal Kids) and cemented what would be a lifelong friendship with Bob Seger.

On the return trip, Detroit must have looked much smaller, while at the same time a thunderhead of electric-driven folk was gathering strength in the West, exhorting America's youth to wear flowers in their hair and celebrate the Summer of Love. Soon-to-be hippies flocked in astonishing numbers to the golden sands and tarnished streets of Los Angeles, bringing regional music tastes and styles with them. It was a fringed and beaded carnival of freedom, expression, and experimentation. For a certain Detroit boy, it would prove the sort of heaven that offered frequent whiffs of brimstone and fires of damnation bright enough to ensure a permanent California tan. It was an intoxicating brew, at once enticing and intimidating. And for Glenn, it was time

Upon arrival in Los Angeles, Glenn met and forged a friendship with J.D. Souther and spotted David Crosby shopping in the Laurel Canyon Country Store, practically in the first twenty-four hours. The first encounter would prove pivotal, the second merely prophetic. Glenn and J.D. formed an acoustic duo, Longbranch Pennywhistle. The two friends went off in search of a record contract, and even more importantly, contacts. Friends such as Ed Sanders, Jackson Browne and Jack Tempchin would come to play important roles.

The requisite years of struggle followed close behind, mitigated somewhat perhaps by the friendships and artistic alliances coalescing within the mock-tudor walls of the Troubadour Nightclub, on Santa Monica Boulevard.

- by "The Allnighter"