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Real Places Mentioned in Songs, Eagles

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Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 album at
Eagles', "Doolin Dalton"
The Lyrics:
Two brothers lyin' dead in Coffeyville
Reference to Coffeyville Kansas, where the Daltons met their demise trying to rob two banks at the same time.
Submitted by: Robert
The Eagles', "Hotel California"
The Lyrics:
Welcome to the Hotel California Such a lovely place Such a lovely face Plenty of room at the Hotel California Any time of year, you can find it here
"Hotel California" is one of the best known Classic Rock tunes. It was a #1 song from a #1 album from the Eagles in 1977. Of course the state that is given a shoutout to and is in the title, is of course, California.
Submitted by: Peter
The Eagles', "Take It Easy"
The Lyrics:
Well, I’m a standing on a corner In Winslow, Arizona, And such a fine sight to see.
Refers to the town of Winslow, Arizona.
Submitted by: Rosie Finch
Eagles', "The last resort "
The Lyrics:
She came from Providence, the one in Rhode Island.
First of all, it is one of my favorite Eagle songs. And I hope I can help you to get your list as complete as possible.
Submitted by: Stan van Wijk

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