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Shifting Sands
The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band Lyrics


You know the love I gave you
is slipping from your hands
cause I was born to wander
like the shifting of the sands

They say that I did hurt you
but they don't understand
that I was born to wander
like the shifting of the sands

They say that I will follow
beware my heart commands
for I was born to wander
like the shifting of the sands

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MykTheOccultist

You know the love I gave you
is slipping from your hands
cause I was born to wander
like the shifting of the sands

They say that I did hurt you
but they don't understand
that I was born to wander
like the shifting of the sands

They say that I will follow
to where my heart commands
for I was born to wander
like the shifting of the sands



Kyle Stone

You know the love I gave you
Is slipping from your hands
'Cause I was born to wander
Like the shifting of the sands
They say that I did hurt you
But they don't understand
That I was born to wander
Like the shifting of the sands

They say that I will follow
To where my heart commands
For I was born to wander
Like the shifting of the sands



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jake ford

this is my uncles band he is the guitar player

aliensporebomb

@Vicente Schiesewitz I had actually heard he was on Volume 1 uncredited as he wasn’t completely sure he wanted credit due to WCPAEB being perceived as a sort of a cynical money grab. Also Ron Morgan passed away some years later. I wished I could have grilled him on what equipment he used for this since some were Fender sounds and some were Gibson. But I never heard what specific gear. He later went to play with Three Dog Night but was later working as a cabbie and had health issues.

Vicente Schiesewitz

@aliensporebomb Ron Morgan plays from Vol. 2 on ...so this would be the great Michael Lloyd

That rAt

No way I love this band is he still alive?

Trollificus

Thank him for me. Knowing about the WCPAEB was one (of many?) thing that made me cool in the late 60s. I read that great "history of the band" that guy did a few years ago, and it's weirder than anyone could have imagined. Too bad, too, because there was some real talent there.

BeTheDeathOfMe

Does he still have his Jaguar?
Always been wanting to know a few details as to what guitar/ what model and year was used for the majority of these recordings.

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helterskelter

No one makes music like this anymore. I look forward to changing that.

Munsterlandr

it never seemed that popular and it's plain unjust this sort of music isn't well known

Dave Meese

King Gizzard

James 56876703

theres a lot of bands like this but unfortunately they arent very popular and get no attention, I look forward to seeing you change this though :)

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