On John Fogerty's newly released album, Wrote a Song for Everyone, he partnered with different artists to make new versions of his old songs. One of those collaborations was with folk-rockers Dawes for the song "Someday Never Comes." This performance for Rolling Stone is without Fogerty, just frontman Taylor Goldsmith and his brother Griffin, Dawes' drummer. This acoustic performance is much more heartfelt than the original rock song, which Fogerty wrote about his parents' divorce. No one will blame you if you tear up a little.
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