"It's Ok" as written by Jos Jorgensen and Andrew Nicholas Love....
Fun is in, it's no sin, it's that time again
To shed your load, hit the road on the run again
Summer skies in our eyes and a warmer sun
It's one for all, all for one, all for all out fun

Gotta go to it
Gonna go through it
Gotta get with it

Lookin' good Down the hood Of a funky ride
On the way To the tide Just to tan your hide
In the shade Lemonade In the sun ocean spray
To get your face In the race Or lay back's no disgrace

Gotta go to it
Gonna go through it
Gotta get with it

It's OK to get out there and Have some fun
By yourself maybe Or else with a special one.
Good or bad Glad or sad It's all gonna pass
So it's OK Let's all play And enjoy it while it lasts

Gotta go to it
Gonna go through it
Gotta get with it

Find a ride
Find a ride
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)
Find a ride (In the sum-sum-summertime)



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"It's OK" as written by Brian Douglas Wilson Michael Edward Love

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    General CommentAlthough I hate the title, I really love this song - more so then "Rock-n-Roll Music" which preceded it on the album "15 Big Ones" in 1976. This song is done well and has all the Beach Boys elements from their 'golden era' days in harmony and sound and beat. It's also about having fun in the summertime, which in my opinion is what the Beach Boys are all about before anything else. It charted at a very respectable #29, and is possibly one of the groups couple dozen or so 'best of the best' songs.
    The Swing Kingon December 21, 2006   Link

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