Happiness Runs

Album: Barabajagal (1968)

Songfacts®:

  • The song was originally titled "Pebble and the Man." After Donovan went to India with the Beatles he rewrote the song.
  • The song is done as a canon with backing vocals by Graham Nash, Mike McCartney and Leslie Duncan. It has been adopted as a prayer and Donovan says that various schools have sung it. It was also used in a Fruity Cheerios commercial. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Sara - Silver Spring, MD, for above 2

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