Music: A horse with no name

A link to America’s all time classic – “A horse with no name”.

Can’t get tired of listening to this song after all the years and it seems I’m not alone with that. Everytime when its played at some place spirits go up and people are starting to sing along the lyrics.

Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to YouTube video

“…After nine days I let the horse run free
‘Cause the desert had turned to sea
There were plants and birds and rocks and things
there was sand and hills and rings
The ocean is a desert with it’s life underground
And a perfect disguise above
Under the cities lies a heart made of ground
But the humans will give no love…”

More information:

Lyrics of this great song
Wikipedia on the song and album from America

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