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Long Train Runnin'
also called "Long Train Running" and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. a song written by musician Tom Johnston and recorded by The Doobie Brothers

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  2. included on the band's 1973 album The Captain and Me and released as a single, becoming a top-ten hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number eight

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  3. The tune evolved from an untitled and mostly ad-libbed jam that the Doobies developed onstage years before it was finally recorded

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  4. Its working title, according to Johnston, was "Rosie Pig Moseley." Johnston performed the signature harmonica solo as well as the lead vocal and the distinctive, rhythmic guitar strumming that propels the song

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  5. Nearly twenty years later "Long Train Runnin'" became a hit in the UK twice

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