Good Lovin' Gone Bad
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|"Good Lovin' Gone Bad"|
|Single by Bad Company|
|from the album Straight Shooter|
|Label||Swan Song, Island|
|Bad Company singles chronology|
"Good Lovin' Gone Bad" was a 1974 Top 40, major trans-Atlantic hit for English rock band, Bad Company. This track was written by the band's guitarist Mick Ralphs. The song first appeared on the album, Straight Shooter. The song was later referenced in 38 Special's 1981 hit "Hold On Loosely."
|1.||"Feel Like Makin' Love"||3:55|
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