Two Heads

Album: After Bathing at Baxter's (1967)
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  • Another psychedelic song written by Grace Slick, this was the B-side to "The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil," the first single released from this album and Jefferson Airplane's seventh overall.
  • This song precedes "Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon" in the fifth and final suite on the album, entitled "Schizoforest Love Suite." >>
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    Mark - Desperate Hot Springs, CA, for above 2
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  • Adam from West Palm Beach, FlAnother journey down the rabbit hole, perhaps...

    "Wearing your comb like an axe in your head" is a great lyric...
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