By The truck 1948
If you know about the time the song came out you will know the songs is the move and the time
I wrote a review. Why not publish?
Great album, terrible pricing
By A User 1001101001
Like they all say, great album but terrible pricing choice.
This is a rating section, rating the music , not the I-Tunes complaint section. I've heard of songs being changed and edited from the version you've come to love and know , thus deserving comment ,but think about it , "Alice's Restaurant" is 18 minutes long , you pay more , yes , but that song ,ALLLLL 18 minutes of it, is yours til you die! Surely you will get your moneys worth out of it , and maybe you'll get to love a couple other cuts. We could argue why some artists songs are 99c and others $1.29 . It's the old "why buy the cow when you could get the 18 minute song for $1.29". I wish it was free , but at the end of that song, after you've played it for the umpteenth time , i think it would be worth it. I -Tunes ...NOT perfect ,missing out on a LOT of cool stuff, but having music available ,literally at you fingertips is still a thrill for this aged music lover. Don't get me started! Peace and Love
Alices Massacree song only
13 years ago people complained this was â€śalbum onlyâ€ť purchase, time doesnâ€™t change the opinion. Get it available as a song. You, and the artist would have many more downloads. Whatâ€™s the deal??
Iâ€™ve never been happier
this reminds me of childhood and of times before my birth and i hope it lasts for forever after iâ€™m dead because this song reminds me of true happiness
We have to buy the entire album for one good song?
I'll pass and get it elsewhere. Big no bueno.
I thought iTunes was meant so you could buy one song if you wanted to buy one song. That they wouldnâ€™t make you buy the whole album
FREE WITH AMAZON PRIME
after paying $1.99 for the updated version (not as good) I found it free on Amazon Musiz
$9.99 for really one song? No way!!!
Sorry but to shell out $9.98 for basically one song is an absolute travesty. Shame on you Warner Bros. and iTunes. I'll just watch the YouTube version for free