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{{Infobox Song <!-- See Wikipedia:WikiProject_Songs -->
| Name = Free Bird
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| Artist = [[Lynyrd Skynyrd]]
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| from Album = [[(pronounced 'lĕh-'nérd 'skin-'nérd)]]
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| Released = 1974
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| Format = [[Gramophone record#Formats|7"]]
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| Recorded = April 1973 (album version)
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| Genre = [[Southern rock]]
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| Length = 9:06 (album)<br>4:41 (single)
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| Label = [[MCA Records|MCA]]
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| Writer = [[Allen Collins]]/[[Ronnie Van Zant]]
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| Producer = [[John Carney]]
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| Certification  = Silver <small>(UK)</small><ref>[http://www.bpi.co.uk/ The Bpi<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
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| Last single = "[[Sweet Home Alabama (song)|Sweet Home Alabama]]"  <br />(1974)
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| This single = "Free Bird" <br />(1974)
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| Next single = "[[Saturday Night Special (song)|Saturday Night Special]]" <br />(1975)
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"'''Free Bird'''" is a song by the [[United States|American]] [[southern rock]] band [[Lynyrd Skynyrd]]. It was first featured on the band's debut album ''[[(pronounced 'lĕh-'nérd 'skin-'nérd)]]'' in 1973, and has been included on subsequent albums released by the band.
 
 
Released as a [[single (music)|single]] in late 1974, "Free Bird" became the band's second [[Top 40]] hit on the [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]] chart in early 1975, where it peaked at #19.<ref name="Whitburn">[[Joel Whitburn|Whitburn, Joel]] (2004).
 

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