Category: Classic Rock

California Dreamin

8 thoughts on “ California Dreamin

  1. Aranris says:
    California dreamin' on such a winter's day Stopped in to a church I passed along the way Well I got down on my knees and I pretend to pray You know the preacher liked the cold.
  2. Malashakar says:
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  3. Shakagal says:
    California Dreaming Mixed greens, ham and turkey, cheddar and monterey jack cheeses, egg, tomatoes, almonds topped with warm Hormel® ham and bacon, house dressing.
  4. Mikabar says:
    Capo IV Intro: Am E7 E7 Am G F All the leaves are brown All the leaves are brown G E7 E and the sky is grey And the sky is gray F C E7 Am I've been for a walk I've been for a walk F E7 E on a winter's day On a winter's day Am G F I'd be safe and warm I d be safe and warm G E7 E if I was in L.A if I was in L.A. Am G F California Dreamin' California dreaming G E E7 on such a winter's day Am G F.
  5. Shagrel says:
    The most recognized song by the iconic ‘60s rock/folk California based band. The song is consistently found among the top songs ever. Originally recorded by Barry McGuire (of “Eve of.
  6. Taunos says:
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  7. Mashura says:
    'California Dreamin'' is just one of the great old classic rock songs of all time, in the top ten of them all, really. "Monday, Monday' is also a masterpiece. But a LOT of folks forget that they really liked the song 'Twelve-thirty'. Some will find it the premiere cut on the album/5(32).
  8. Arashihn says:
    California Dreamin' is a song by The Mamas & the Papas, first released in Celebrated as an anthem of West Coast hippy bliss, John Phillips wrote the song in a state of depression in after a cheerless winter's walk through New York's Central Park. It's a song not of joy, but of immense pain.

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