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Liza Jane is one popular gal.
So much so that I’ve lost track of all the songs named in her honor.
There’s “Big Liza,” “Little Liza,”, “Li’l Liza Jane,” and then countless versions of just plain “Liza Jane.”
Yes, when it comes to songs about Liza, we have an embarrassment of riches.
And I’m on a mission to get to all of them (and perhaps even keep them all straight in my head once and for all)!
“Big Liza” was the subject of a prior Tune of the Week episode. Today’s “Liza Jane” is perhaps the one most commonly played in old-time jams, usually in the key of A, where I’ve played it here.
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aEAC#E tuning, Brainjo level 3
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