To get t'you baby I went through the wringer
Ain't gonna let you slip through my fingers
Going to school isn't my fondest desire
But sittin' in class you set my soul on fire
God please let us go on this way

All day long I practiced what to say-ay
I think about this game that I like to play-ay
When I leave you I'm so depressed
'Cause you're my only happiness
God please let us go on this way

Seems we have extra-sensory perception
You can send me thoughts I'd have no objection
Now we can fly high in the sky
We'll live forever, we'll never die

God please let us go on this way-ay
(God please let us go on)
God please let us go on this way-ay
(God please let us go on)
God please let us go on this way-ay
(God please let us go on)
God don't let her slip through my fingers
(God please let us go on)
God please let us go on this way-ay



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Let Us Go on This Way Lyrics as written by Michael Edward Love Brian Douglas Wilson

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    This song is more "heavier" and more rock than any other beach boys song. I was surprised it was Beach Boys song but enjoy the experimental songs they produced.

    WiseOldGuyon June 19, 2022   Link
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    Not good. Here's the liner notes from the re-release, they say it best about this song and the whole album it introduces: "Co-written with Mike Love, the traditional Beach Boys vocal harmonies at the chorus serve as a reassuring entry to "Love You" [the album]. Stranger things were to come." This song is bad and the album is worse. Perhaps the epitome of how bad the Beach Boys had gotten since the late 60's.

    The Swing Kingon December 21, 2006   Link

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