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Artist: Strawberry Alarm Clock
Good sense, innocence,cripplin' mankind
Dead kings, many things I can't define
occasions, persuasions clutter your mind
incense and peppermints the color of time
who cares what games we choose
little to win, nothing to lose
incense peppermints meaningless nouns
turn on, tune in turn your eyes around
look at yourself look at yourself
look at yourself, look at yourself
to divide this cockeyed world in two'
throw your pride to one side it's the least you can do
beatniks and politics nothing is new
a yardstick for lunatics one point of view
repeat chorus, verse one then chorus again
Sha la la (fade)
Writer(s): John Daniels Carter, John Carter, Timothy P. Gilbert
Copyright: Claridge Music Inc., Mpl Communications Inc.
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high school memories! trippin'
--it still sounds good, James!--in fact, I think I like it better now than I did when I was younger.
I got this 45-rpm single for Christmas in 1968.
--wow--heavy lyrics, man...poetical, philosophical ramifications to go with some groovy sounding music...
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