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Blue Condition
by Cream

Don't take the wrong direction passing through
Instead of deep reflection of what's true,
For it's a combination of judgments made by you
That causes a deep dejection all the way through.

No relaxation, no conversation, no variation
In a very dark blue, blue condition.

Early rising every day.
You must be enterprising in your way,
For you will hear no laughter, nor see the sun;
Life would be one disaster all the way through.

No relaxation, no conversation, no variation
In a very dark blue, blue condition.

Don't take the wrong direction passing through
Instead of deep reflection of what's true,
For it's a combination of judgments made by you
That cause a deep dejection all the way through.

No relaxation, no conversation, no variation
In a very dark blue, blue condition.

No relaxation, no conversation, no variation
In a very dark blue, blue condition.

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: PETER EDWARD BAKER

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georgeharrison70

Disraeli Gears is definitely one of the best albums of the 60s. 1967 was a superb year for music.

Common Sensibility

georgeharrison70 .1967 cream,traffic,small faces,kinks,the who! A fine year like fine wine! Very trippy too

Michael Lantz

It was also the first Cream album to use Fuzz Pedals and Wah-Wah Pedals according to Eric Clapton in his Autobiography.

How Brown

Best year,brudda....best year.

Michael Reardon

RIP Peter Edward "Ginger" Baker. Heaven, Beware of Mr. Baker.

Edmond Saliba

dudes too much of a savage for heaven

BasementBoysRecording

probably one of my favorite cream songs but it sounds a lot like pink floyd with syd

Wanda Talman

Straight disagreement from here. Nothing like purest Floyd. Maybe to you, I just don’t hear it. No argument either, each hears differently from the next.

Naughty Monkey

I have a Syd Barrett interview picture disc :) Definitely one of my most precious pieces of vinyl.. the one phrase I remember from it is the interviewer prefacing the beginning of the interview talking about Pink Floyd, describing them as having "..stupefied audiences at all night raves, church halls, and various tours in Britain" all throughout the preceding year. I also have a Pink Floyd (circa Roger Waters) box set, all the vinyl is in pristine condition but sadly the box itself is trashed, otherwise I think it'd be worth a fair bit. Not that that has anything at all to do with anything here haha just brought memories flooding back. Cream were consistently outstanding, but seem to often be over somewhat overlooked in favour of the big British bands from the same era.

kaya milchin

it reminds me of syd as well

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