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50 Ways to Leave Your Lover by G. Love ft/ The Avett Brothers
originally by Paul Simon
via billyengland who says:
“50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” is a 1975 hit song by Paul Simon, from his album Still Crazy After All These Years.
The song broke in the U.S. in late December 1975 becoming number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on February 7, 1976, and remaining there for three weeks. It was certified gold on March 11, 1976, and remained a best seller for nearly five months. The song also topped the adult contemporary chart for two weeks. It remains Simon’s biggest solo hit.
In 2011 it was covered by G-LOVE with help from THE AVETT BROTHERS.