Oh, The Outfield, so I thought the name of this song was “You Can Have It Any Way You Want It”. It’s one of the downfalls of finding a “pure” song, especially if it’s a song that never quite took off, because if it’s the only time you ever hear it/tape it, there’s no DJ to tell you what song you’re listening to. And I really liked this song, The Outfield. I still do, even though I haven’t thought about it or heard it for a couple decades or more. This was the last song I’d record by you off the radio as a kid, too. And I wasn’t going to get real sentimental about it, because I was thinking “How many songs did I even record by The Outfield, anyway?” Turns out, quite a few. Not just this and “Your Love”, which is what I assumed. And all of those songs never left me, The Outfield. They were buried deep, but I remembered them as soon as I heard them again. So I apologize for taking you for granted, The Outfield. Thanks for making my radio-taping years that much better.
Radio 67, side B, track 6: “For You” by The Outfield