"Dolphins" as written by Alex Harvey, Alistair Macdonald Cleminson, Hugh Mckenna and Chris Glen....
Sometimes I think about Saturday's child
And all about the times when we were running wild

I've been a-searchin' for the dolphins in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me

This old world will never change the way it's been
And all our ways of war can't change it back again

I've been a-searchin' for the dolphin in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me

Lord, I'm not the one to tell this old world how to get
along
I only know that peace will come when all our hate is gone

I've been a-searchin' for the dolphin in the sea
Ah, but sometimes I wonder, do you ever think of me


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"Dolphins" as written by Fred Neil

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    General Commentfred neil originally wrote this and buckley definately gives a beautiful name for it!
    magnificent song dont cha think?
    floydian18on July 23, 2006   Link

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