Album The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt. Different Drum Lyrics. You and I travel to the beat of a different drum Oh can't you tell by the way I run Every time you make eyes at me. You cry and moan and say it will work out But honey child I've got my doubts You can't see the forest for the trees. Different Drum was written by Michael Nesmith (of The Monkees fame) in 1965. It was then recorded by Linda Ronstadt and The Stone Poneys in 1967. This version was highly successful and went to on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Different Drum" Track Info. Written By Michael Nesmith. Release Date September 1, 1967. The Very Best of Linda Ronstadt Linda Ronstadt.
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It peaked at on Billboard's Pop Album Chart and on Billboard's Country Album Chart. It is considered to be a front-runner in the country rock music genre.
Half of the tracks (those shown as having been recorded in 1967 and 1968) are taken from the second and third albums by The Stone Poneys; while the other half are from her first three solo albums.
Linda Ronstadt heard this version and recorded it with her group The Stone Poneys (named after the Charlie Patton song "Stone Pony Blues), which is by far the best-known version of the song. Like "Me And Bobby McGee," this is a song written and originally recorded by a guy that switched genders when a female recorded it. With a male narrator, the girl is tying him down, and he has to leave her to strike out on his own. With Ronstadt singing it, the girl become the one who is reigned in, and leaves her man so she can do her own thing. In this song, Ronstadt is ready to bail on a relationship, claiming they are very different people and she doesn't want to be tied down to one person anyway. It's a variation of both the "I want to see other people" and the "It's not you, it's me" breakups. Mike Nesmith wrote it in character - he was newly married and his wife was pregnant.
Title: Different Drum Artist: Linda Ronstadt & The Stone Poneys Album: Evergreen, Volume 2 TUNING: Standard (E A D G) TIME SIGNATURE: 4/4 TABBED: by Seanmo for BigBassTabs.