Prince or pauper, beggar man or thing Play the game with ev'ry flower you bring Dandelion don't tell no lies Dandelion will make you wise Tell me if she laughs or cries Blow away dandelion
One o'clock, two o'clock, three o'clock, four o'clock chimes Dandelions don't care about the time Dandelion don't tell no lies Dandelion will make you wise Tell me if she laughs or cries Blow away dandelion, blow away dandelion
Tho' you're older now its just the same You can play this dandelion game When you're finished with your childlike prayers Well, you know you should wear it
Tinker, tailor, soldier, sailors lives Rich man, poor man, beautiful, daughters wives Dandelion don't tell no lies Dandelion will make you wise Tell me if she laughs or cries Blow away dandelion, blow away dandelion
Little girls, and boys come out to play Bring your dandelions to blow away Dandelion don't tell no lies Dandelion will make you wise Tell me if she laughs or cries Blow away dandelion, blow away dandelion
Writer/s: KEITH RICHARDS, MICK JAGGER
Publisher: Abkco Music, Inc.
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Robert R from Oklahoma CitySure sounds like John (at least) singing the "makes you wise..." on the chorus. But who knows?
Johnnyzhivago from Holmby Hills, CaSemolina Pilchard sang backup on this song.
Jennifur Sun from RamonaMike from Germantown, try youtube to get the song on line. like the tune as well
Eli from PhiladelphiaIt is possible John Lennon and Paul McCartney sang background vocals on this song. But unfortunately, this has never been proven. It is a known fact however, that they did sing backup on this song's flipside, "We Love You".
Sunshine from Oklahoma City, OkKeith Richards named his daughter Dandelion but it was his mother not Anita who changed her name to Angela.
Bubba from New York, NyIt's clearly John Lennon and Paul McCartney harmonizing at the end of Dandelion. They are unmistakable.
Klitoris from Loveland, AzGreat Stones song!
Ken from Booneville,ms, MsJagger did sing and Brian did play on this
Bill from Toledo, OhLennon/McCartney DID sing background vocals. They wrote it as well.
Roy from Granbania, MaBrian Jones was the best Rolling Stone. He was an amazing multi-instrumentalist.
Kent from Toronto, CanadaThe "Dandelion/We Love You" single (both tracks listed as the entry) hit #1 in Canada in late 1967 for one week, preceded by The Box Tops'"The Letter" and followed by The Ugly Ducklings' "Gaslight".
Tyler from Orange County, CaThere's a great demo/bootleg recording of Dandelion that's entirely acoustic with just Keef on vocals. The melody is much stronger.
Perttu from Jyväskylä, FinlandBy the way, Brian Jones plays incredibly beautiful oboe and saxophone melodies on this song.
Perttu from Jyväskylä, FinlandI think "Dandelion" may be secret code, as it is a weed plant, the song sounds like they were high, when composing it. I really like Stones of that era '65-'69 and some of their later stuff.
Mike from Germantown, MdWhere can I get a recording of this online?
Derek from Anahiem, CaI love this song. Very melodic.
There is a skeletal version of Dandelion with Keith sounding out a vocal.
Greg from Victoria, CanadaI was a teenager in 1967 but this Stones song provided me with years of listening pleasure. A solid classic Stones song.
Johnny from Los Angeles, CaThis sounds liek something John&Paul would sing backup. Listen to it.
Barry from New York, NyNo Lennon/McCartney vocals on this track.
Stefanie Magura from Rock Hill, ScI thought that John Lennon and paul McCartney sang back-up on 'We love You'. I didn't know they sang back-up on this song.
Mr. Chimp from Brno, Czech RepublicJohn Lennon and Paul McCartney sang backup vocals on this.
Mr. Chimp from Brno, Czech RepublicOriginally this song was named "Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Blue".
Chelsea from Nyc, OrJagger did NOT sing on "baby you're a rich man". Brian played on that song.