OzRock Online Guitar Centre|
Tablature and chords for Thin Lizzy songs.
Network of Wild Ones|
Thin Lizzy mailing list, distributed weekly in digest form. Archives available.
BNR Metal Pages - Thin Lizzy|
Discography and member list.
Jim Fitzpatrick - Lizzy Days|
The artist responsible for almost all the artwork found on Thin Lizzy albums. Several paintings are available for viewing.
Still In Love With You|
Concert memories and photos.
VH1: Thin Lizzy|
Discography, biography, reviews, and sound files.
Black Rose: The Thin Lizzy Magazine|
News and information about events and publications relating to the band. Also includes a chronology, discography, and photos. Subscription information available for the paper version.
Extensive lyrics archive, gig timeline, pictures, discography, reviews, and information on band members. Also includes a list of collectors.
Johnny the Fox (Audio CD),22 December, 2005|
List price $19.49
Upgrade, The Sound Is Fantastic... / 5
The music on this album is 5 stars, no argument. This review is mainly for Thin Lizzy fans debating on whether to purchase this "remastered" import.....DO IT! From the very first track, "Johnny", I was flat out blown away by the improvement in the sound compared to previous releases (the sweep of Brian Downey's drum fills on "Johnny" from the right to left channel are right in your face and super clean....I knew right then this was going to be a fantastic listen). So if you still have this album on vinyl or are thinking about upgrading from your current cd version, add to cart now. You will not regret this purchase, I guarantee it. Lastly, look int zShops, you can get this album at a really, really fair price.
Song "Fool’s Gold"
In the year of the famine
When starvation and black death raged across the land
There were many driven by their hunger
To set sail for the Americas
In search of a new life and a new hope
Oh but there were some who couldn't cope
And they spent their life
In search of fool's gold
The old prospector
He makes it to the four lane highway
His old compadre
Lies dead in the sand
With outstretched hands
He cries, "Are you going my way?"
The people passing by don't seem to understand
The curse of fool's gold
Broken Joe just lying in a gutter
He's gone as low as any man can be
He calls for wine but they'll only serve him water
The bartender say "We don't sell sympathy"
He tells a strange story
About his father
How Sunday mornings they'd go down
To the church on the corner
As time grows older
His thoughts they grow younger
It is his wish
To search no longer for fool's gold
The vulture sits on top
Of the big top circus arena
He's seen this show before
Knows someone is going to fall
Just near the part
Where the beautiful dancing tightrope ballerine
Forgets that the safety net
Isn't there at all
Down he swoops with claws drawn to take her
Razor sharp so savagely is she mauled
Oh my god, is there no one who can save her?
In steps the fox to thunderous applause
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