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Cover of the Live song from 1999's The Distance to Here album. Performed at a Little Rock show on February 3rd, 2001. There is a minute and a half videoclip that features a part of the song being played. The importance of the clip is that it is the first publically displayed videoclip to ever feature a performance with David Hodges in it.
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==General Information==
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'''The Dolphin's Cry''' is a song by American alternative rock band Live, released on August 24, 1999, as the lead single from their fourth studio album, ''The Distance to Here''.
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[[Evanescence]] covered the song at their show at TNT Powerhouse in Little Rock, Arkansas on February 3, 2001. There is a minute and a half video clip that features a part of the song being played. The importance of the clip is that it is the first publicly displayed video clip to ever feature a performance with [[David Hodges]] in it.<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3qKalDGp2I</ref>
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==Versions==
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===Live Versions===
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==Lyrics==
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==Video==
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==References==
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General Information

The Dolphin's Cry is a song by American alternative rock band Live, released on August 24, 1999, as the lead single from their fourth studio album, The Distance to Here.

Evanescence covered the song at their show at TNT Powerhouse in Little Rock, Arkansas on February 3, 2001. There is a minute and a half video clip that features a part of the song being played. The importance of the clip is that it is the first publicly displayed video clip to ever feature a performance with David Hodges in it.[1]

Versions

Live Versions

Lyrics

Video

References