The Beach Boys - Sail On Sailor album flac
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Sail On Sailor
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I sailed an ocean, unsettled ocean Through restful waters and deep commotion Often frightened, unenlightened Sail on, sail on sailor I wrest the waters, fight Neptune's waters Sail through the sorrows of life's marauders Unrepenting, often empty Sail on, sail on sailor Caught like a sewer rat alone but I sail Bought like a crust of bread, but oh do. I wail Seldom stumble, never crumble Try to tumble, life's a rumble Feel the stinging I've been given Never ending, unrelenting Heartbreak searing, always fearing Never caring, persevering Sail on, sail on, sailor I work.
Dagny, Seeb, Junge Junge.
Holland is the 19th studio album by the American rock group the Beach Boys, released on January 8, 1973. Self-produced by the band, the album peaked at number 36 in the US and number 20 in the UK. The album is the second of two studio recordings to feature Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar, who joined the band the previous year to record Carl and the Passions – "So Tough". It is also the third and final studio album created under the management of Jack Rieley.
This song is by The Beach Boys and appear. nfortunately, we are not licensed to display the full lyrics for this song at the moment. Hopefully we will be able to in the future. how about a random page? Written by: Brian Wilson, Tandyn Almer, Van Dyke Parks, Jack Rieley, and Ray Kennedy. Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.
Sail On, Sailor" is a song by American rock band the Beach Boys from their 1973 album Holland. It was written by Brian Wilson, Ray Kennedy, Tandyn Almer, Jack Rieley, and Van Dyke Parks. When the Beach Boys submitted the original version of Holland to Warner Brothers in October 1972, the album was rejected by the company for lacking a potential hit single. After discussion among Warner executives, longtime Beach Boys collaborator Van Dyke Parks (then director of audio-visual services at the label) said that he had a tape of a song that he had recently co-written with Brian Wilson entitled "Sail On, Sailor". The label then enjoined the Beach Boys to drop what the company perceived as the weakest track ("We.
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