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AHHHHHH! Segar is after me again! Lisa likes old Bob and I can live with that being as how I love her. I friggin hate Segar. I really do. If you don't believe me read back to last Dec. on my blog. The article is titled:

That's odd! Do coincidences rule the universe?

I thought Segar was stalking me at one time! I was SURE of it!



I love Bob Seger...he has such an awesome voice, and his lyrics are so telling...We have the same musical tastes, for sure!


Turn the Page is my all time favorite Bob Seger song. Saw him live and he was great. I still pull out a CD once in a while and go back. Good taste in music, Lisa!


Seger is THE BEST driving music !!! My Brother Todd graduated in 84... makes him your age... he can Karaoke Bob Seger better than anyone I ever heard... He used to be friends with some people in a band and they always asked him to jump in on the Seger songs...
I have to say I can't believe he gave Metallica the "rights" to massacre "Turn the page" though... Bad bad move !!!


It is really cozy. How about a cop of coffee?!
Anyway...BOB SEGER..."The Man"...Being from Toledo Ohio(close to MI) To me, he is the best local rock muscian of our time. My favorite song is "Roll Me Away" ...makes me dream of riding a Harley across country. He has had so many others...Since I am a romaniticist, "Living Inside My Heart"(Have you heard it?) is the best of his ballads. We were thrilled when with his induction into R&R Hall.

Monica Velasquez

I’m a thirty one year old that is in love with Bob Segar’s music! I out of the closet…..I am out and free……..I love this musician!

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