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White Room (5:01)

"White Room", written by Jack Bruce and Pete Brown, is a single by Cream from their 1968 album Wheels of Fire.

After bassist Jack Bruce wrote the guitar pieces, Cream's lyricist, poet Pete Brown, grouped colorful four-syllable phrases, loosely organized around images of waiting in an English railway station influenced by the drugs he was taking. "White Room" is further noted for its unusual time signature of 5/4 in the…

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  • Лучшее, что я когда либо слышал
  • This song is fucking awesome! Puts me in a mood where I feel like I'm somewhere else! And that wah-wah guitar is amazing! <3
  • Confession: As a teen and young adult I misunderstood the lyrics as "Silver horses tie-dyed moonbeams in your dark eyes"..... silly huh?! lol.... The line is "Silver horses ran down moonbeams in your dark eyes"..... :D LOVE this song <3
  • temaso!
  • Vol 2 is a great album which also has this track which I have it in an LP which i bought it back in the early 70's.
  • Rock purfection!
  • Love the WAH tone.
  • machs gut Jack !
  • One of the best rock songs ever.

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