Feel Flows

Album: Surf's Up (1971)
  • Unfolding enveloping missiles of soul
    Recall senses sadly
    Mirage like soft blue like lanterns below
    To light the way gladly
    Whether whistling heaven's clouds disappear
    Where the wind withers memory
    Whether whiteness whisks soft shadows away
    Feel flows (white puff glisteny shadowy flow)
    Feel goes (black puff glisteny shadowy flow)

    Unbending never ending tablets of time
    Record all the yearning
    Unfearing all appearing message divine
    Eases the burning
    Whether willing witness waits at my mind
    Whether hope dampens memory
    Whether wondrous will stands tall at my side
    Feel flows (white puff glisteny shadowy flow)
    Feel goes (black puff glisteny shadowy flow)

    Encasing all embracing wreath of repose
    Engulfs all the senses
    Imposing, unclosing thoughts that compose
    Retire the fences
    Whether wholly heartened life fades away
    Whether harps heal the memory
    Whether wholly heartened life fades away
    Whether wondrous will stands tall at my side
    Whether whiteness whisks soft shadows away
    Feel goes (White puff glisteny shadowy flow)
    Feel flows (Black puff glisteny shadowy flow)
    Feel goes (White puff glisteny shadowy flow)
    Feelings to grow (White puff glisteny shadowy flow)

    White puff glisteny shadowy flow
    White puff glisteny shadowy flow
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