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Cream Lyrics


Coming to me in the morning, leaving me at night.
Coming to me in the morning, leaving me alone.
You've got that rainbow feel but the rainbow has a beard.

Running to me a-cryin' when he throws you out.
Running to me a-cryin', on your own again.
You've got that pure feel, such good responses,
But the picture has a mustache.

You're coming to me with that soulful look on your face,
Coming looking like you've never ever done one wrong thing.

You're coming to me with that soulful look on your face.
You're coming looking like you've never ever done one wrong thing.

So many fantastic colors; I feel in a wonderland.
Many fantastic colors makes me feel so good.
You've got that pure feel, such good responses.
You've got that rainbow feel but the rainbow has a beard.

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: JACK BRUCE, PETE BROWN

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johnny zell

Coming to me in the morning, leaving me at night.
Coming to me in the morning, leaving me alone.
You've got that rainbow feel but the rainbow has a beard.
Running to me a-cryin' when he throws you out.
Running to me a-cryin', on your own again.
You've got that pure feel, such good responses,
But the picture has a mustache.
You're coming to me with that soulful look on your face,
Coming looking like you've never ever done one wrong thing.
You're coming to me with that soulful look on your face.
You're coming looking like you've never ever done one wrong thing.
So many fantastic colors; I feel in a wonderland.
Many fantastic colors makes me feel so good.
You've got that pure feel, such good responses.
You've got that rainbow feel but the rainbow has a beard.



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imjustpassinthru

For those of you who weren't there at the time, when this new, poweful music hit the scene -- and there were others, the Doors, Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Credence, Steppenwolf -- it was like a metor shower. That's probably the best way to describe it. The music was radically different from what we were accustomed to hearing. It was a burst of creative energy, larger than life, greater than the musicians themselves.

Huggy1959

I was born in late 1959 which makes it easy to find my age in any given year 1965 I was 5 most of the year, 2022 I’m 62 most of the year and so forth.

I grew up in a great music time, a mix of psychedelic and bubble gum, and being in metro Detroit we had the Canadian powerhouse CKLW. My parents listened to WJR and WWJ - which were good in their own right and I enjoyed the FM underground on my FM- only Sarkes Tarzian radio. It was a remarkable time to be growing up and it cultivated a life long love of all kinds of music. I love ALL music and especially the stuff that brings me back to my early days.

lifecloud2

Ah yes! <G> And listening to it now brings back a rush of memories in the same powerful way!

NativeKetchumHD

I wouldn’t of lasted in the 1960s cause I would have overdosed on something cause the drugs were easier to get if you knew a guy who got his shit from his guy and so on

Pablo668

You won't believe this, but when I was a teen in the 80's I was hit the same way by all the music you just mentioned.

Michael Allard

Those were the days my friend ... the BEST ever !

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william somerville

God I'm glad I was born when I was because this is the music that I grew up with.  I love it still to this day.  64 and still kicking.

Noah Leek

@Steven Paltymy father is your age. Please just know some of us aren’t lost. Cream is my favorite band.

Pigs Trotters

Swalbr was underrated and the most difficult to spell.

Nicholas Sparks

Age has nothing to do with music. I'm 16 and listen to the disraeli gears album probably at least once a week

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