|"Still Got a Long Way to Go"|
|Single by Jimmy Barnes with Diesel|
|from the album Flesh and Wood|
|Recorded||EMI Studios, Cologne, Germany|
|Producer(s)||Don Gehman, Jimmy Barnes|
|Jimmy Barnes singles chronology|
|Diesel singles chronology|
"Still Got a Long Way to Go" is a collaborative song by ARIA Award-winning Australian musicians, Jimmy Barnes with Diesel. It was released on 2CD format as the third and final single from Barnes' album Flesh and Wood (1993). Barnes and Diesel performed the song on live TV.and a black and white music video was released to promote the song.
|1994||Australian ARIA Singles Chart||57|
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