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  1. Nov 01,  · “Baba O'Riley” by The Whowas initially part of an idea (later thrown aside) of a follow up rock opera to Tommy: Lifehouse. Pete Townshend wrote it .
  2. The result would be Baba in the style of Terry Riley, or "Baba O'Riley." The title is not mentioned in the lyrics, so the song is often referred to as "Teenage Wasteland." The "Teenage Wasteland" section was a completely different song Townshend combined with his "Baba O'Riley" idea to form the song.
  3. "Baba O'Riley" Out here in the fields I farm for my meals I get my back into my living I don't need to fight To prove I'm right I don't need to be forgiven Don't cry Don't raise your eye It's only teenage wasteland Sally, take my hand Travel south cross land Put out the fire.
  4. rows · Baba O'Riley (often mistakenly called "Teenage Wasteland") is the opening track of The .
  5. Baba O'Riley is the sweetest boy who absolutely craves affection. He's a good-natured senior who's looking to live the cozy retirement lifestyle and finally get to be a member of a family who cares for him and loves him. This boy really enjoys meeting new people, and he can't wait to meet you!
  6. Baba O'Riley Executive-Producer – Chris Stamp, Kit Lambert, Pete Kameron Producer – The Who Producer [Associate Producer] – Glyn Johns Written-By – Pete Townshend: B: I Can’t Explain Producer – Shel Talmy Written-By – Pete Townshend: /5(11).
  7. Jan 03,  · Artist: The Who Song: Baba O'riley Album: Who's Next Capo 3 Riff: e|| B|| G|| D|| A|| E|| D A G x8 D A G Out here in the fields D A G I fight for my meals D A G D A G I get my back into my living D A G I don't need to fight D A G To prove I'm right D A G D A G I don't need to be forgiven.

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