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Post by Soulmonster Mon Aug 09, 2010 9:21 pm

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SO FINE
Album:
Use Your Illusion II, 1991, track no. 10.


Written by:
Duff McKagan.

Musicians:
Drums / Percussion: Matt
Bass: Duff
Lead and Rhythm Guitars: Slash
Rhythm Guitar: Izzy
Piano: Howard Teman
Vocals: Duff, Axl
Background Vocals: Matt

Live performances:
'So Fine' was played live for the first time at Worchester Centrum Centre (?), USA, on December 5, 1991. In total it has, as of {UPDATEDATE}, at least been played {SOFINESONGS} times.
Lyrics:

How could she look so fine
How could it be she might be mine
How could she be so cool
I've been taken for a fool so many times

It's a story of a man
Who works as hard as he can
Just to be a man who stands on his own
But the book always burns
As the story takes it turn
An leaves a broken man

How could she be so cool
How could she be so fine
I owe a favor to a friend
My friends they always come through for me
Yeah

It's a story of a man
Who works as hard as he can
Just to be a man who stands on his own
But the book always burns
As the story takes it turn
An leaves a broken man
If you could only live my life
You could see the difference you make to me
To me

I'd look right up at night
And all I'd see was darkness
Now I see the stars alright
I wanna reach right up and grab one for you
When the lights went down in your house
Yeah that made me happy
The sweat I make for you
Yeah...I think you know where that comes from
     
Well I'd look right up at night
And all I'd see was darkness
Now I see the stars alright
I wanna reach right up and grab one for you
When the lights went down in your house
Yeah that made me happy
The sweat I make for you
I think you know where that comes from

How could she look so good (So good)
How could she be so fine
How could she be so cool
How could it be she might be mine


Quotes regarding the song and its making:

Well, when we had the song down, we realized that it sounded a lot like a song that Johnny Thunders would have done. And, you know, he was in the New York Dolls and then had his own band, Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers. And he’s one of Duff’s biggest influences, you know, in getting involved in rock ‘n’ roll to begin with. Everybody in the band are big New York Dolls fans and Johnny Thunders’ death wasn’t something anybody was very thrilled with. I mean, I actually had problems with the guy, but I really liked his music. And when we realized that the song sounded a lot like something he would have done, we just thought [dedicating the song to Thunders] was the best thing to do, you know. And so the people would ask the question like you are.
Rockline, November 27, 1991

[Being asked about the inspiration for the song]: An incident, but it's kind of personal.
Popular 1, September 1993; translated from Spanish

Umm... Uuh, Johnny Thunders is... kind of... He was in a band called New York Dolls back in the early seventies. And then he did his solo thing... And his style and his coolness and... Just his whole thing was a big influence of mine and I know a lot of people... umm, you know, Joe Perry from Aerosmith emulated Johnny Thunders, you know. And we became friends and he just died recently. So, that's what [the dedication is] about.

Duff brought in 'So Fine,' complete with music and lyrics


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