There goes Ezy
Ezy Ryder
Ridin down the highway of desire
He says the free wind
takes him higher
Tryin to find his heaven above
but he's dyin to be loved

He's tellin me livin
is so magic
Something is forever
so he claims
He's talkin' bout lyin
it's so tragic baby
But don't you worry bout today
we got freedom comin' our way


How long
do you
think he is gonna last
carryin' out on a gas (?)

See all the others say
"do what you please"
Gotta get the brothers together
and the right to be free
In a cloud of angel dust
I think I see me a freak
Hey motorcycle mama
you gonna marry me? ha,ha


I'll be stone crazy
love comin in at you
Stone crazy baby

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    Nice song....maybe about being free and be "on-the-go" or something. Always travelling from place to place.

    No(r)wayon September 10, 2005   Link
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    This is such as great song but is unrecognised by people. It is such as good driving anthem, i can't believe why this hasn't been used by the media in advertisments or films!

    birbeck105on June 20, 2006   Link
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    er i think i remember one ad using it, yes i think it was a bank ad (HSBC perhaps not sure) in the uk. just wanted to see the lyrics and give my support for this song -and what a song-. Brilliant.

    heylisteron August 14, 2006   Link
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    i think it's about an acid high

    michelle420on December 20, 2006   Link
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    it's about the film Easy Rider.

    xkisstheskyxxon August 14, 2007   Link
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    this is why i love jimi he had so little time but prodused so many fantastic songs that never got finnished personlly one of my fav i heard this songs has two meaning he said to his produser it was based on the film easy rider but he produced a side meaning to it as well about a someone who is a hopless romantic and thinks there in love with every girl he meets and is very naive i read that in one of his biographys

    willtw7on December 31, 2007   Link
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    yea, this from easy rider. to me it represents the entire hippy movement and just being an easy rider, and feeling/following the good vibes.

    a voiceon February 15, 2008   Link

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