TED NUGENT's Love Manifesto

As this year's Valentine's Day approaches, Ted Nugent has created a playlist — his love manifesto — for romantics everywhere. The multi-platinum guitar icon, outspoken activist, outdoorsman, host of the popular Outdoor Channel TV show "Ted Nugent Spirit Of The Wild" and author of the 2008 New York Times bestseller "Ted, White, And Blue: The Nugent Manifesto" has come up with 10 songs that ought to stoke the fires of love, from HOWLIN' WOLF's "Wang Dan Doodle" to Ted's own "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang".

Ted Nugent's love manifesto:

01. "Wang Dan Doodle" - HOWLIN' WOLF
02. "The Flame" - CHEAP TRICK
03. "Whole Lotta Rosie" - AC/DC
04. "Wango Tango" - TED NUGENT
05. "When A Man Loves A Woman" - PERCY SLEDGE
06. "I’ve Been Lovin’ You Too Long" - OTIS REDDING
07. "Feels Like The First Time" - FOREIGNER
08. "My Love Is Like A Tire Iron" - TED NUGENT
09. "Brown Sugar" - THE ROLLING STONES
10. "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang" - TED NUGENT


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