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Seals & Crofts – Sea Of Consciousness lyrics

(lyrics and music by James Seals, 1969)

From the albums SEALS AND CROFTS (1969) and SEALS AND CROFTS I AND II (1974).

In the sea of consciousness I knew you, knew you, knew you.
In the sea of consciousness you loved me, loved me, loved me.
But this world is a dark world, with a black sun. Can I run to you?
And ah, just the thought of you makes me wander back
To the innocence you gave me, so long ago. Am I too late to go?

In the sea of consciousness you called me, called me, called me.
In the sea of consciousness I answered, answered, answered.
But this world is a dark world, with a black sun. Can I run to you?
And your perfection's perfectness have the mercy in
Which we all came to know you, so long ago. Am I too late to go?
Sea of Consciousness. Am I too late to go?



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