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“In the attic lights
voices scream
nothing’s seen
real’s a dream

Leaving the things that are real behind
leaving the things that you love from mind
all of the things that you learned from fears
nothing is left for the years

Voices scream
nothing’s seen
real’s a dream

Toys, toys, toys in the attic
toys, toys, toys in the attic
toys, toys, toys in the attic
toys, toys, toys in the attic

Lights
voices scream
nothing’s seen
real’s a dream

Leaving the things that are real behind
leaving the things that you love from mind
all of the things that you learned from fears
nothing is left for the years

Voices scream
nothing’s seen
real’s a dream

Toys, toys, toys in the attic
toys, toys, toys in the attic
toys, toys, toys in the attic
toys, toys, toys in the attic”.

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Aerosmith, Toys in the attic – 3:07
(Steven Tyler, Joe Perry)
Album: Toys in the attic (1975)
Singolo: “You see me crying / Toys in the attic” (1975)

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Citazioni.

Toys in the Attic is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith. Written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, it is the first song and title track from the band’s third album Toys in the Attic, their bestselling studio album in the United States. It was released as the B-side to the “You See Me Crying” single in 1975. The song “Toys in the Attic” is part of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll list. The song was included as a playable track in the video games Rock Band 4 and Guitar Hero: Aerosmith. The song is also featured on two of the band’s live albums, Live! Bootleg (1978) and Classics Live II (1987). It is also found as a bonus track on some pressings of the career-spanning collection O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits (2002).
R.E.M. recorded a version of the song in 1986 as a b-side to their single “Fall on Me“. This can be found on Dead Letter Office, with guitarist Peter Buck noting that the song “…was always fun to play live”. It has also been covered by The Answer, Black Happy, Metal Church, Warrant, Ratt and Roadsaw. Stephen Pearcy, Tracii Guns, Phil Soussan and Aynsley Dunbar performed it for the Aerosmith tribute album Not the Same Old Song and Dance (Eagle Records, 1999). Backing vocals were by David Glen Eisley. This version resurfaced on a set entitled Guns Box: Attitude for Destruction“.

(Wikipedia, voce Toys in the Attic (song))

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