And here, as promised, the next three tracks from Godfrey Daniel's 1972 masterpiece of rock criticism, Take a Sad Song.
Track 4: "Proud Mary," which they start old, and finish REAL old, thus parodying not just the original song, but the later Ike and Tina Turner version.
Track 5: "Let It Be," which somehow sounds less religious than the original.
Track 6: "Groovin'. Stereophonic sound rears its ugly head at last.
More tomorrow, you're welcome very much, including sublime and surreal versions of songs by The Stones, Led Zep and Joni Mitchell.