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Dolphins
Tim Buckley Lyrics


Sometimes I think about Saturday's child
And all about the times when we were running wild

I've been a-searchin' for the dolphins in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me

This old world will never change the way it's been
And all our ways of war can't change it back again

I've been a-searchin' for the dolphin in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me

Lord, I'm not the one to tell this old world how to get
along
I only know that peace will come when all our hate is gone

I've been a-searchin' for the dolphin in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me

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Written by: FRED NEIL

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The Dog

This old world may never change
The way it's been
And all the ways of war
Can't change it back again

I've been searchin'
For the dolphins in the sea
And sometimes I wonder
Do you ever think of me

I'm not the one to tell this world
How to get along
I only know the peace will come
When all hate is gone


I've been searchin'
For the dolphins in the sea
And sometimes I wonder
Do you ever think of me

You know sometimes I think about
Saturday's child
And all about the time
When we were running wild


I've been searchin'
For the dolphins in the sea
And sometimes I wonder
Do you ever think of me

This old world may never change
This world may never change
This world may never change



Jonni Rosa

Sometimes I think about Saturday's child
And all about the times when we were running wild
I've been a-searchin' for the dolphins in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me
This old world will never change the way it's been
And all our ways of war can't change it back again
I've been a-searchin' for the dolphin in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me
Lord, I'm not the one to tell this old world how to get
along
I only know that peace will come when all our hate is gone
I've been a-searchin' for the dolphin in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me



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Janet M

I met tim buckley in 1975. I was 19 years old. I did not know anything about him. the bar that I frequented had all these flyers on the doors and walls announcing his arrival. 2 nites only. I must say I was not all that impressed the first nite. by the second nite something clicked for me. I don,t know  what it was but I was in awe. I had the great fortune to meet him and stayed with him back at the hotel. he was leaving in the morning. It was one of the best times in my life. I am 58 now. I still feel like I did when I met him at 19. watching some of his videos, I still kinda tear up. he was a sweet man and I am so glad I got to meet him.

smoath

@Gamers I don't call it toxic masculinity. For the same reason I don't call certain behaviors of women toxic femininity.
Of course we all know of men and women whose actions have been harmful to their families or others, but how we classify those actions often says more about us than it does the real complexity of humans.

Zoe J

Did you guys hook up..? If so, I'm going to need some details..

Gamers

@1manuscriptman It’s called toxic masculinity now! By the way Einstein was a real jerk to his family as well.

steve

Yeah I’m a fan from 1975

D.

@1manuscriptman Not a terrible man, yet a human with flaws like we all aquire in life. To be a well rounded human being, is to be perfectly flawed. We all experience pain lessons from others, it is part and parcel of growing spiritually. I'm sure I've caused others pain as others have me.

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arlsuchan arlsuchan

Seems like the Europeans understood Sefronia. Good on them, underrated and needlessly hated album

Shumar Middleton

You are so right, "Because of You" is a masterpiece

Thalia Ocean

Tim Buckley...such vastly underated talent... such a lovely voice... Dolphins is amazing...

David Lee

Never underrated by anyone who heard him sing.

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