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Who Do We Think We Are
1. Woman from Tokyo
2. Mary Long
3. Super trouper
4. Smooth dancer
5. Rat bat blue
6. Place in line
7. Our lady
8. Painted horse
9. First day jam  (Instrumental)

Shades Of Deep Purple

The Book Of Taliesyn

Deep Purple

Concerto

In Rock

Fireball

Machine Head

Made In Japan

Burn

Stormbringer

Come Taste The Band

Perfect Strangers

House Of Blue Light

Slaves And Masters

The Battle Rages On

Purpendicular

Abandon

Bananas

 

Who Do We Think We Are

1973 EMI

Super Trouper

(Blackmore/Gillan/Glover/Lord/Paice)

  I was a young man when I died
  I was a flash, I was full of pride
  I gave it all, I gave my soul, I was so strong
  I felt the truth, I felt the pain in every song

      How well you know me
      You've seen me cry
      I'm just a shadow
      In a rock and roll sky

  I was living in a rock and roll sky
  I was a king, heavy on the style
  Super trouper, yes I know you well, making me shine
  I couldn't see what you did to me. I was so blind

      How well you know me
      You've seen me cry
      I'm just a shadow
      In a rock and roll sky

  I wanna be like I was before
  But this time I'm gonna know the score
  I need a home I can leave behind knowing you're there
  Super trouper, I can see you now, return your stare

      How well you know me
      You've seen me cry
      I'm just a shadow
      In a rock and roll sky
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