Does your version still go G-C-D as the base chord progression? It sounds different to me. Great cover BTW! I love the White Stripes and Jack White for that matter.
Mine goes F#, B, C#. Half step down so it worked in open B tuning. Thanks, I'm glad you dig it!
I wasn't a big White Stripes fan but that's because Meg was a horrible drummer, but Jack White is a great songwriter.
She always sounded to me like someone who just picked up the sticks two weeks before recording the album.
She did. Jack did not let her practice in-between albums. Would not let her take lessons. He wanted her like that. She started drumming days before there first album. She was a bartender at a place Jack was playing.
As strange as it sounds, "I Shot The Sheriff" by Clapton.
I remember being about 6-8 years old, and having had wet my pants, although I really don't remember the details, apart from the facts that I was wearing corduroy pants and I was outside.
Somehow my mother saw me, and made me come inside to change. She stood me in front of her chair, and helped me take off my wet pants and step into new underpants, and told me to take my wet pants to the laundry. I wasn't punished, but she didn't put more pants on me again, just sent me outside again with my brother wearing just my undies and shirt, "In case I had another accident."
Clapton was playing on the radio while she dressed me.