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Subject: The sequel to: a tough question...

Written By: Tarzan Boy on 3/5/2001 at 8:11 p.m.

Ok, I know this is a hard question, but what-the-hay, someone might have heard it too. Back in the early 90s, I used to listen to a radio station that played "alternative" music 24/7 - bands like Alice In Chains, Nirvana, Husker Du, Sugar, Soul Asylum, Aimee Mann, Mazzy Star, Belly, The Smithereens, etc, etc, etc. I remember hearing a song that was played quite often with the lyrics:

"...[Dream of tomorrow] - I don't know exactly
Live and you die
no reason why..."

It sounded like any regular grunge-alterno band with a male singer and quite a bit of acoustics (probably a violin thrown in for effect)...
If anyone has any idea, I'd appreaciate it greatly. I do know this is a VERY hard question...

Tarzan Boy