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Don Henley

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Someone once criticized the way in which we [The Eagles] move around the stage. We were marked as "loitering" What you have to remember is this isn't the 70's anymore, us guys are in our late 50's. You can't go prancing around the stage like a young buck, it's much more dignified to loiter.

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