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Dude (Looks Like A Lady) - Aerosmith - A Little South Of Sanity (CD, Album)

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  1. Kejora says:
    Aerosmith Little South Of Sanity (Live) Explicit Version 2 Cd. CD. ROCK GEFFEN UPC: Release Date: 10/20/ $ New.
  2. Faeramar says:
    “Dude (Looks Like a Lady)” is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith, featured on their ninth studio album, Permanent Vacation, and released as the lead single.
  3. Fausar says:
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  4. Grokinos says:
    Released July 01, Label Columbia Records Recorded At Various Places Length , Discs 2.
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  6. Dolkree says:
    Find album release information for Dude (Looks Like a Lady) - Aerosmith on AllMusic.
  7. Shajin says:
    Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine Aerosmith signed with Columbia early in the '90s, before their contract with Geffen expired, and, as part of the deal, they owed a live album to Geffen -- hence the appearance of A Little South of Sanity, a double-disc set culled from tapes from the .
  8. Arashilkis says:
    That, that dude looks like a lady So, never judge a book by its cover Or who you're gonna love by your lover Sayin' love put me wise to her love in disguise She had the body of a Venus, Lord imagine my surprise. That, that dude looks like a lady That, that dude looks like a lady That, that dude looks like a lady That, that dude looks like a lady.
  9. Salabar says:
    Apr 15,  · The album’s success was given a big leg-up by second single Dude (Looks Like A Lady). The song itself is a bombastic slice of pop rock perfection that finds Aerosmith at their cartoonish best, underpinned by a hip-swinging horn section.

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