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Tie Dye On The Highway

This song is by Robert Plant and appears on the album Manic Nirvana (1990) and on the compilation album Sixty Six To Timbuktu (2003).

"Good morning!
What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand!"


Tie-dye on the highway, see the garlands in your hair
If you're going my way, come along
What a beautiful sky-way, I just had to stop and stare
See the beautiful colors fill the air

Oh, just the messengers of peace

Oh, do you remember across the burning years
Sweet smell of the mystery, I recall
Hang me on Nico, a smile through all my fears
O high Olympus touched our soul

With the messengers of peace and the company of love
All the passion and release and love from up above

Ah, say you will come back with me
Say you will come back

"We must be in Heaven, man!"

Oh yeah, now come on

Tie-dye on the highway, the wheels still turn around
Dance to the mariachi, take my hand
Hope springs eternal when laughter's feeling sound
Move in the mystic, wasted land

With the messenger of peace and the company of love
All the passion and release, and love from up above
(You know that it is true)
From the desert in my heart, where the innocent may love
All the passion they release and the love from up above

Ah, say you will come back with me
Say you will come back
Ah, say you will come back with me
Say you will come back

"Three days! Three days!
We just love you. We just love you."

Written by:

Chris Blackwell/Robert Plant

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