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Eh like 40's-to now i have a yes song on my computer that is 8 minutes and 31 seconds that's what sparked me to ask this..
But why do you needa song that long?
I would go for Close To The Edge as it was the first one mentioned. I just realised that I don't have it on my PC.
The lyrics mean a lot, they seem almost relevent...even today.
"ok i mean they could have made that into other songs? lol i mean who's gonna sit there for that long and listen to it and let alone play it lol" People with reasonable attention spans.Anyway, my entry in the long songs competition startsAleph nul bottles of beer on the wall...Thought I suspect there might be longer ones.
Quote from: turnipsock on 16/12/2007 01:58:37The lyrics mean a lot, they seem almost relevent...even today. I'll have to find a link and have a listen! ( HINT HINT!)
Quote from: Karen W. on 16/12/2007 14:07:18Quote from: turnipsock on 16/12/2007 01:58:37The lyrics mean a lot, they seem almost relevent...even today. I'll have to find a link and have a listen! ( HINT HINT!)http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=-4p8n-P9_b0Sorry, I was a bit slow there.It's not the full thing but just the middle 256. It also doesn't have Rick Wakeman, but Patrick Moraz. It does have the 'I get up, I get down' bit however.
Excellent !!..THNK EWE TURNIPSOCK !I do like the contemporary versions though...http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=cvaRX0Kmyv0
In the very real sense that it only takes 42 mins to wear out a record. or did you really mean 42! which my calculator tells me is 1.4050061177528798985431426062445e+51 and probabblly is longer than the record would last.lol ben we arleayd said that 99 bottles of beer on the walla takes like 86 minutes lol