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New Cher Music on YouTube

CherjesseCher has posted a new song on YouTube, a cover of Merle Haggard's "Silver Wings."

The song is somewhat of a duet between Jesse Jo Stark, Cher's God daughter and Cher and was created for Jesse Jo's father Richard Stark (of Chrome Hearts) for his birthday.

The youtube video also has a good photo-feed of candid Cher shots mixed with shots of Jesse Jo Stark.

The song, about airplanes taking lovers away, is melancholy and sweet and a believable lament for Cher's traveling songbird persona:

Silver wings
Shining in the sunlight
Roaring engines
Headed somewhere in flight
They're taking you away
And leaving me lonely
Silver wings
Slowly fading out of sight

Can we have a Cher country album pleeeeessse?????

A live Merle Haggard version:


Rob In Michigan

I'd love it also if she'd do a country album. The pic of her lying on the floor w/the headband on looks like it's from inside 3614 Jackson highway studio.

Rob In Michigan

Or we could simply compile our own 13 track country album...

He Thinks I Still Care
Cry Myself To Sleep
Hangin' On
Please Don't Tell Me
If I Knew Then
Just What I've Been Lookin' For
Dixie Girl
It's Too Late To Love Me Now
Do I Ever Cross Your Mind
Silver Wings

Cher Scholar

Sounds like a good playlist project for me this weekend.

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