Gold and rose, the color of the dream I had Not too long ago A misty blue and the lilac too A never to grow old
There you were under the tree of song Sleeping so peacefully In your hand a flower played A waiting there for me
I have never Laid eyes on you Not like this before This timeless day A but you walked and ya ha Once smiled my name And you stole My heart away A stole my heart away little girl, yeah All right
Gold and rose the color of the dream I had Not too long ago Misty blue and lilac too A never to grow old
Gold and rose the color of the dream I had Misty blue and lilac too Gold and rose the color of the dream I had Misty blue and lilac too Gold and rose, gold and rose, gold and rose
It's only a dream I'd love to tell somebody about this dream The sky was filled with a thousand stars While the sun kissed the mountains blue And eleven moons played across the rainbows Above me and you Gold and rose the color of the velvet walls surround us
Writer/s: JIMI HENDRIX
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George from Little Rock, ArWhat a beautiful song. Hendrix uses his guitar on this like an artist using a paintbrush on a blank canvas. This is probably his most underrated song ever.
Mark B. Stoned from Desperate Hot Springs, CaSome say that Jimi was a prophet of sorts. I had a baby cousin who was born in 2002, which also happened to be around the time that I got into Hendrix, but she didn't live much more than two years. Her name was Misty Blue. Whenever I hear this song, I think of the lyric, "Misty Blue and Lilac too are never to grow old," and wonder if he was a prophet as well.
Hendrixlover from Does It Matter?, Cathis song is awesome. i love the drums in the beginning.
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