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Always on the Run

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  1. the first single released from Mama Said by Lenny Kravitz

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  2. features a notable collaboration by former Guns N' Roses guitarist, Slash

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  3. Slash had written the music for the song with the original intention of releasing it on a Guns N' Roses studio album but since former drummer Steven Adler had difficulty playing the song, he saved it for this eventual collaboration with Kravitz.[http

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  4. www.gnrsource.com/songinfo/other/live/aotr.htm] On Guns N Roses's Use Your Illusion Tour, Kravitz joined the band onstage, and played guitar and sang vocals for this track

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  5. The song is included in the video game Guitar Hero: Aerosmith

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