"Tie Dye On The Highway" as written by Robert Plant and Christopher Blackwell....
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 goin' my way, come along
What a beautiful sky at we just have to stop and stare
See the beautiful colours fill the air
(Just a messengers of peace)
Oh do you remember across the burning years
Sweet smell of the mystery, I recall
Hey, mi amigo,
With a smile through all my fears
Old how it lingers, touched our souls
With the messengers of peace
And the company of love
All the Passion and release
And the love from up above
Aah, 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 turning round
Dance the MARIACHI Take my hand
Hope springs eternal and laughter spilling sound
Movin in the mystic wasted land
With the messenger of peace
And the company of love
All the fashion that release
And the love will never die
You know that it is true
From the desert in my heart
With the innocence of love
All the fashion that release
And the love will never die
Aah, Say you will come back with me Say you will come back
Aah Say you will come back with me Say you will come back
THREE DAYS! THREE DAYS!

WE JUST love you! WE JUST love you!


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"Tie Dye on the Highway" as written by Robert Plant Christopher Blackwell

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    General Commentthe guy that talks in the beginning and in the middle is from Woodstock, telling the fans that food's about to arrive for them, i believe it was from Sunday morning.
    lzphishheadon January 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI like to do 100mph with this song loud enough to make my ears bleed. Like most of Plant's music, I don't have a clue what he is trying to get across.
    murrayriveron September 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt is about the murder of Adam Katz in 1989 by the private security guards, at a a New Jersey Arena during a Grateful Dead Concert. Blessings...
    ElHecon April 15, 2013   Link

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