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As much as I loved Brent's

As much as I loved Brent's B-3 playing, whenever it was one of his songs he sang, that was my cue to head to the head.

"Listenin' for the secret, searchin' for the sound..."

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Time to pee AND leave!

Without a doubt..........even at some of their best shows.........it was time to "go" when Johnny B Goode came on, cause it was truly a letdown.......should have called it Johhny B Bad!
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No Mercy

For me it was "Death Don't have No Mercy," something about always gave me the hebbie jebbies. Even on record I just can't stand around & listen to it.

Deadhead since '69

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The Dance to the Head

I'll agree with some others, when ya gotta go you go, but if it's close to break time Ship of Fools or anything real slow would help me find my way out before the rush.

Victim or the crime
& I'll vote for Black Peter too

Peace!

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MARYE IS RIGHT

Black Peter and Desolation row are two of my favorites and I have a lot of favorites...Drums was always a good time to roll and pee for me not necessarily in that order. A couple of others would be Eternity & Corrina. If Mickey was singing rap songs back then, it would have been a good time to take care of some busy work. It would always be a contest to see how quick you could pee, get a brew and get back so you didn't miss the next song which had a 99.9% chance of being another one of my favorites. And how did you always avoid not losing your friends during the show? We would always meet on Jerrys side.

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Pee

a water bottle works great, then you miss nothing!

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Desolation Row & Space

Sorry people, I love Bob Dylan but that song was BORING and longer than a Russian novel. Space was equally unbearable, unlike Drumz which I could always groove to (I especially loved it when Mickey started going at the beam).

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Victim or the crime was kind of

A good time to go
Without love in a dream it will never come true. . .

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Victim...

..or the crime. I couldn't STAND that song. Still can't. Someone mentioned Wave to the Wind. I had forgotten all about that tune. Only saw it once live and stayed for it.

Honorable mention goes to:
Corrina
Way to Go Home
Easy Answers

And then there is I Will Take You Home, which usually came out of space. I usually planned a bathroom break during space. IWTYH just made the break a little longer.

-pr

"Mama, mama many worlds have come since I first
left home.........

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Hes Gone....I'm gone

He's Gone was a perfect "break" song for me to regroup,recharge and refill the water jug for the upcoming next killer power chord jam. Im sure this will offend many.....get over it.

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