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"Let's Go Away for Awhile" is an instrumental by the American pop band The Beach Boys, from their 1966 album Pet Sounds. It is the sixth track on the album. The track was composed and produced by Brian Wilson and was originally titled "The Old Man And The Baby". An early full working title was "Let's Go Away For Awhile (And Then We'll Have World Peace)" - the parenthetical being a reference to Del Close and John Brent's comedy album… read more


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  • Avatar for Abomination317
    The number of times I've seen this (and the title track) dismissed simply as filler is infuriating, especially considering it's one of the musically progressive pieces on the album. I'd argue that it is in fact the centrepiece, and one of the main reasons I keep coming back to it.
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  • Avatar for Javinry
    Probably the best musically, it's a full instrumental genius composition by Brian Wilson, many skip this because is like a fill, no sir you should skip others to listen this masterpiece. The best track with "You Still Believe In Me".
  • Avatar for Azkushang
    The greatest instrumental ever made on a Pop album.
  • Avatar for dardar227
    So beautiful and filled with emotion.
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  • Avatar for libroequivocado
    Tocar el cielo y regresar a la tierra en tiempo record.
  • Avatar for El_Salvador7
    You know you have an amazing and extraordinary album in your hands when even the (usually boring) instrumental intermezzo is such an incredible trip.
  • Avatar for TheLibrarian_
    This is one of the greatest things I've ever heard.
  • Avatar for qatacyo
    i feel so good listening to this.. i just feel so good.

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