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Apparently Brian hates the lyrics... ?
It's somewhat Steely Dan-ish, I can see why someone would say that. The first time I heard it I actually wondered if it was Stevie Wonder, or at least someone else trying to sound like him.
Great influence on The High Llamas ( listen to the album "Hawaii' )
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Quickly becoming one of my favorite BB tracks. Stuck in my head and I'm loving it so, so much.
"The Steely Dan Beach Boys." - i don't see it..
@pilgrimage145 Never compare The Beach Boys to Steely Dan.
The Steely Dan Beach Boys.
lead vocals by blondie chaplin
Forgive my ignorance. Which one of the The Beach Boys sang this one?
This is really overrated, the lyrics are... 2deep4me.
This is my favorite Beach Boys song. 
quality tune. used well in The Departed!
The Dutch Singles
Toin it up, toin it up. Genius.
@marjo47: come on, "good" is not good enough - let' s call it hymn ;)
Great symbolic song for moving on to the next horizon, wistful and opbeat
So, so happy Lost.fm brought back the original studio track. Huge, great three-minute slice of '70s nostalgia.
Always loved this one!! :)
but it sounds like shit on the computer. there's no shale. uninspired. we want it trashed and tired. John B's knew how to serve it up.
Hugely important song in the soundtrack of my life. John B's Saloon, Middletown, Connecticut, 1975-1977. Sigh.
This is my favorite Beach Boys song.2
This is my favorite Beach Boys song.
Is this mistagged or is the other one?
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