It begins, "It was the day my grandmother exploded."
"Japan" under a different name
1994 December 10. 1 week.
1994; from her debut album "Tuesday Night Music Club"; her biggest U.S. hit peaking at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100
1996; from the album "Sheryl Crow"; a radio hit; album won two Grammys for Best Female Rock Performance and Best Rock Album
1997; theme song from 007 film of the same name
1999. Originally recorded by Guns N' Roses (1987)
2004. Originally recorded by Cat Stevens (1967)
Director: Gavin Millar. Also starred Valerie Edmond, Stella Gonet & David Robb
Recruited Crow men to enlist in the U.S. Army during WWI
Back. Grey native bird with black face mask and blue wattles. Part of a conifer broadleaf forest scene.
Absaroke (bird people). Crow - English: from their tribal name.
Director: Michael McCarthy. Also starred Esma Cannon, Nora Nicholson & Susan Richmond. Plot: A story of a newly-wed wife of a young doctor who goes to live with him in an oppressive old house where various mysterious attempts are made on her life.
Sparrows. Family: Corvidae
How Many Nights by Galway Kinnell
English version: Once bitten, twice shy
Northern tribes listened to the crows to announce the end of winter
1996; from her very popular self titled second album
1993; from her debut album "Tuesday Night Music Club"; peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity