"Hippies In The 60s" as written by Meja Anna Pernilla Beckman, Billy Steinberg and Marti Fredriksen....
I don't need therapy
I don't need Disney (to be happy)
I don't need you to tell me
I don't need TV (to be happy)

I don't need to get laid
I don't need an upgrade (to be happy)
I don't need looks that won't fade
I don't need to get paid (to be happy)

Hippies in the 60's
Wore flowers in their hair
I can still feel the
Love vibrations in the air
Hippies in the 60's
Knew money isn't God
I wish I was there

I don't need celebrity
I don't need ecstasy (to be happy)
I don't need plastic surgery
I just wanna to be free (to be happy)

Sit on a granite boulder
Let the sunshine warm your skin
Turn on, turn on, drop out, drop out
Tune in

Hippies in the 60's
Wore flowers in their hair
I can still feel the
Love vibrations in the air
Hippies in the 60's
Knew money isn't God
I wish I was there


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"Hippies in the 60's" as written by Marti Fredriksen Billy Steinberg

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