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Views: 29164 April Showers
This is my first attempt to time the lyrics correctly. I know it's not exactly right in all spots, but hopefully it's readable anyway! Enjoy! --------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: This video was not intended for any personal gain, only for entertainment purposes and fan appreciation. I own some of the photos but not the song. I simply love music and want to share my passion for it. All copyrights go to the original owners.
Views: 7274 April Showers
RIPPLE THE GRATEFUL DEAD [G]If my words did glow with the gold of [C]sunshine [C]And my tunes were played on the harp unst[G]rung [G]Would you hear my voice come through the [C]music [C]Would you [G]hold it [D]near [C]as it were your [G]own? [G]It's a hand-me-down, the thoughts are [C]broken [C]Perhaps they're better left un[G]sung [G]I don't know, don't really [C]care [G]Let there be [D]songs [C]to fill the [G]air Chorus [Am]Ripple in still [D]water When there [G]is no pebble [C]tossed Nor [A]wind to [D]blow Reach out your [G]hand if your cup be [C]empty [C]If your cup is full may it be aga[G]in [G]Let it be known there is a [C]fountain [G]That was not [D]made [C]by the hands of [G]men [G]There is a road, no simple [C]highway [C]Between the dawn and the dark of [G]night [G]And if you go no one may [C]follow [G]That path is [D]for [C]your steps [G]alone Repeat Chorus You who [G]choose to lead must [C]follow [C]But if you fall you fall al[G]one [G]If you should stand then who's to [C]guide you? [G]If I knew the [D]way [C]I would take you [G]home [G] La dee da da da, la da da[C] da da [C] da da da, da da, da da da da [G] da [G] La da da da, la da da[C] da da [C] la da [G] da da [D]da [C] La da da [G]da? I
Views: 240118 MrBigjay5980
From their 1970 album "American Beauty". "Ripple" features the brilliant mandolin playing of Jerry Garcia's friend, David Grisman. The sons lyrics were written by Robert Hunter and evoke a certain Spiritual quality about the song and also showcases the bands outstanding folk country style that they could exhibit.
Views: 58029 HistoricusJoe
According to Wikipedia: "Box of Rain" is a song by the Grateful Dead, from their 1970 album American Beauty. The song was composed by bassist Phil Lesh and lyricist Robert Hunter, and sung by Lesh. In later years, the song was a favorite and the crowd would shout "Let Phil sing!" to hear the song. Lyrics: Look out of any window, any morning, any evening, any day. *Maybe the sun is shining, birds are winging, Though rain is falling from a heavy sky. What do you want me to do, to do for you to see you through? For this is all a dream we dreamed one afternoon, long ago. Walk out of any doorway, feel your way, feel your way like the day before. Maybe you'll find direction, Around some corner where it's been waiting to meet you. What do you want me to do, to watch for you while you are sleeping? Then please don't be surprised when you find me dreaming too. Look into any eyes you find by you, you can see clear to another day, Maybe been seen before, through other eyes on other days while going home. What do you want me to do, to do for you to see you through? It's all a dream we dreamed one afternoon, long ago. Walk into splintered sunlight, Inch your way through dead dreams to another land. Maybe you're tired and broken, Your tongue is twisted with words half spoken and thoughts unclear What do you want me to do, to do for you to see you through? A box of rain will ease the pain, and love will see you through. Just a box of rain, wind and water, *believe it if you need it, if you don't just pass it on Sun and shower, wind and rain, In and out the window like a moth before a flame. And it's just a box of rain, I don't know who put it there, Believe it if you need it, or leave it if you dare. And it's just a box of rain, or a ribbon for your hair; Such a long long time to be gone, and a short time to be there.
Views: 657392 Stephen McElvain
From the album, "American Beauty" ------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: This video was not intended for any personal gain, only for entertainment purposes and fan appreciation. I own some of the photos but not the song. I simply love music and want to share my passion for it. All copyrights go to the original owners.
Views: 335 April Showers
Grateful Dead singing Truckin', with lyrics added to the video. I do not own the music and the footage used in the video. No copyright infringement intended. I do not gain any profit from the video. For entertainment purposes only. This video was prepared solely for entertainment purposes only, and is not for sale. All copyrighted audio and video images herein are the sole property of their respective owners. Illegal copying and/or distribution for resale is prohibited.
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Grateful Dead Box of Rain Jerry Garcia 60s 70s music singer songs mellow slow hippie Lyrics Look out of any window Any morning, any evening, any day Maybe the sun is shining Birds are winging or Rain is falling from a heavy sky, What do you want me to do, To do for you to see you through? For this is all a dream we dreamed One afternoon long ago Walk out of any doorway Feel your way, feel your way Like the day before Maybe you'll find direction Around some corner Where it's been waiting to meet you, What do you want me to do, To watch for you while you're sleeping? Well please don't be surprised When you find me dreaming too Look into any eyes You find by you, you can see Clear through to another day Maybe been seen before Through other eyes on other days While going home, What do you want me to do, To do for you to see you through? It's all a dream we dreamed One afternoon long ago Walk into splintered sunlight Inch your way through dead dreams To another land Maybe you're tired and broken Your tongue is twisted With words half spoken And thoughts unclear What do you want me to do To do for you to see you through A box of rain will ease the pain And love will see you through Just a box of rain, Wind and water, Believe it if you need it, If you don't just pass it on Sun and shower, Wind and rain, In and out the window Like a moth before a flame And it's just a box of rain I don't know who put it there Believe it if you need it Or leave it if you dare And it's just a box of rain Or a ribbon for your hair Such a long long time to be gone And a short time to be there Written by Philip Lesh, Robert C. Hunter
Views: 22676 Sicksongwriters lyrics
I own no copyright to anything in this video! For Entertainment Purposes Only! Copyright Claimant: WMG On behalf of: Rhino (Pure) Voice, range: C#4-A5 Original Published Key: A Major Tempo: Moderately Fast Metronome: q = 132 Written by: Robert Hunter/Bob Weir Released: November 1970 Album: America Beauty Label: Warner Bros. Jerry Garcia – guitar Mickey Hart – percussion Bill Kreutzmann – drums Phil Lesh – bass guitar Pigpen (Ron McKernan) – harmonica Bob Weir – guitar, vocals
Views: 990 Alan Schildroth
I own no copyright to anything in this video! For Entertainment Purposes Only! Claimant - WMG On behalf of: RBDO 2171 Voice, range: D4-E5 Original Published Key: G Major Metronome: q = 132 Tempo: Moderately fast Country Label - Rhino/Warner Bros. copyright - Warner Bros Records. Grateful Dead - American Beauty (album) 1970 Robert Hunter – songwriter John Dawson Jerry Garcia Jerry Garcia – guitar, pedal steel, piano, vocals Mickey Hart – percussion Bill Kreutzmann – drums Phil Lesh – bass guitar, guitar, piano, vocals Pigpen (Ron McKernan) – harmonica, vocals Bob Weir – guitar, vocals David Grisman – mandolin
Views: 2848 Alan Schildroth
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Views: 174015 Grateful Dead
The song "Ripple" was just one of the great songs from the 1970 album "American Beauty". The whole album has so many great songs on it. The lyrics to "Ripple" have so much meaning, especially for the time it was written, but great song and lyrics stand up to time, as does this song. The entire song could be written today, and it would all hold true. The line at the end of the song "If you should stand then who's to guide you? If I knew the way I would take you home!" This is such an uplifting song of promise and hope, but knows the reality of life......anyway, I have digressed.....Kogawa and I hope you enjoy our take on this great song. Here is the link to Kogawa's YT page....wonderful music: https://www.youtube.com/user/Franken000
Views: 222 Bill Clarke
Standing On The Moon Grateful Dead Lyrics Standing on the moon I got no cobweb on my shoe Standing on the moon I'm feeling so alone and blue I see the gulf of Mexico As tiny as a tear The coast of California Must be somewhere over here, over here Standing on the moon I see the battle rage below Standing on the moon I see the soldiers come and go There's a metal flag beside me Someone planted long ago Old glory standing stiffly Crimson, white and indigo, indigo I see all of southeast Asia I can see El Salvador I hear the cries of children And the other songs of war It's like a mighty melody That rings down from the sky Standing here upon the moon I watch it all roll by, all roll by Standing on the moon With nothing else to do A lovely view of heaven But I'd rather be with you Standing on the moon I see a shadow on the sun Standing on the moon The stars go fading one by one I hear a cry of victory And another of defeat A scrap of age old lullaby Down some forgotten street Standing on the moon Where talk is cheap and vision true Standing on the moon But I would rather be with you Somewhere in San Francisco On a back porch in July Just looking up to heaven At this crescent in the sky Standing on the moon With nothing left to do A lovely view of heaven But I'd rather be with you, be with you Written by Jerry Garcia. Grateful dead estimated prophet ripple truckin scarlet begonias friend of the devil althea casey jones touch of grey bruce hornsby best 60s 70s songs music From the Built to Last album recorded in 1989.
Views: 4420 Sicksongwriters lyrics
Eyes of the World by the Grateful Dead. Off of their sixth album, Wake of the Flood, released in 1973.
Views: 3041890 LongStrangeTrip710
From their "American Beauty" 🇺🇸album released November 1, 1970. Images from "The Family" project. Fare Thee Well ☮️ If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine ☀️ And my tunes 📻were played on the harp unstrung 🎻 Would you hear my voice 🎤come through the music? 🎶 Would you hold it near, as it were your own❓ It's a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken Perhaps they're better left unsung I don't know, don't really care Let there be songs to fill the air Ripple in still water When there is no pebble tossed Nor wind to blow Reach out your hand if your cup be empty If your cup is full may it be again Let it be known there is a fountain That was not made by the hands of man There is a road, no simple highway Between the dawn and the dark of night And if you go, no one may follow That path is for your steps alone Ripple in still water When there is no pebble tossed Nor wind to blow You who choose to lead must follow But if you fall, you fall alone If you should stand, then who's to guide you? If I knew the way, I would take you home Lyrics: Robert Hunter Music: Jerry Garcia
Views: 772 Thomas Lydon
Lyrics: Me and my uncle went ridin' down, South colorado, west texas bound. We stopped over in santa fe, That bein' the point just about half way, And you know it was the hottest part of the day. I took the horses up to the stall, Went to the barroom, ordered drinks for all. Three days in the saddle, you know my body hurt, It bein' summer, I took off my shirt, And I tried to wash off some of that dusty dirt. When texas cowboys, they's all around, With liquor and money, they loaded down. So soon after payday, know it seemed a shame; You know my uncle, he starts a friendly game, High-low jack and the winner take the hand. My uncle starts winnin'; cowboys got sore. One of them called him, and then two more, Accused him of cheatin'; oh no, it couldn't be. I know my uncle, he's as honest as me, And I'm as honest as a gamblin' man can be. One of them cowboys, he starts to draw, And I shot him down, lord he never saw. Well I grabbed a bottle, cracked him in the jaw, Shot me another, oh damn he won't grow old. In the confusion, my uncle grabbed the gold, And we high-tailed it down to mexico. I love those cowboys, I love their gold, I loved my uncle, God rest his soul, Taught me good, lord, taught me all I know Taught me so well, I grabbed that gold And I left his dead ass there by the side of the road.
Views: 565907 Genesis A
This song is featured on our new album, "Listen to the Music," available now: http://bit.ly/2EA9wE8 We are proud to share with you this Song Around The World in honor of the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary. Our friends at JamBase asked us to turn the Grateful Dead's 1970 classic, "Ripple" into a PFC Song Around the world as part of their "Songs Of Their Own" series (http://www.jambase.com/soto.aspx) and after many miles on planes, trains and automobiles we can finally share it with all of you!! "Ripple" is in support of the Playing For Change Foundation's music schools and programs for children worldwide and we need your help. Watch the video and then let’s turn that inspiration we all share into something bigger. Join the "Ripple Effect" campaign so we can all leave the world better than we found it, one heart and one song at a time. As Jerry Garcia said, "Let there be songs to fill the air..." Special Thanks to our Supporters: The Jerry Garcia Foundation (http://www.jerrygarciafoundation.org/), The Ripple Foundation, SeaChange (http://www.schange.com), Michael Klein and Judi Hunt. JOIN THE MOVEMENT Subscribe to our newsletter: http://bit.ly/1x9CAfJ Join us as a YouTube Member here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn25nZ12HEZq_w_m_1DmbbA/sponsor GET SOCIAL https://www.facebook.com/PlayingForChange https://twitter.com/playing4change http://instagram.com/playing4change Playing For Change (PFC) is a movement created to inspire and connect the world through music, born from the shared belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances between people. The primary focus of PFC is to record and film musicians performing in their natural environments and combine their talents and cultural power in innovative videos called Songs Around The World. Creating these videos motivated PFC to form the Playing For Change Band—a tangible, traveling representation of its mission, featuring musicians met along their journey; and establish the Playing For Change Foundation—a separate 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to building music and art schools for children around the world. Through these efforts, Playing For Change aims to create hope and inspiration for the future of our planet. To learn more about the work of the PFC Foundation, visit http://www.playingforchange.org
Views: 4266208 Playing For Change
Fire On The Mountain by the Grateful Dead. It's from their 1978 album, Shakedown Street.
Views: 3304135 LongStrangeTrip710
Guitar chords and lyrics are HERE: Verse` 1 G C If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine C G And my tunes were played on the harp unstrung G C Would you hear my voice come through the music C G D C G Would you hold it near as it were your own? Verse 2 G C It's a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken C G Perhaps they're better left unsung G C I don't know, don't really care G D C G Let there be songs to fill the air (Chorus) Am D Ripple in still water G C When there is no pebble tossed A D Nor wind to blow Verse 3 G C Reach out your hand if your cup be empty C G If your cup is full may it be again G C Let it be known there is a fountain G D C G That was not made by the hands of men Verse 4 G C There is a road, no simple highway C G Between the dawn and the dark of night G C And if you go no one may follow G D C G That path is for your steps alone (Chorus) Verse 5 G C You who choose to lead must follow C G But if you fall you fall alone G C If you should stand then who's to guide you? G D C G If I knew the way I would take you home
Views: 897 George Possley
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Views: 326 Eugene Dennis
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own 50-day tribute series featuring a daily cover of a Grateful Dead original song. Our grand finale 50th video, a Playing For Change Songs Around The World rendition of “Ripple,” will premiere the day of the final Fare Thee Well show in Chicago on July 5. With a focus solely on Grateful Dead original songs, we asked many of our favorite artists to record cover versions at the JamBase office in San Francisco, at one of the many venues around the Bay Area, at Telefunken's Connecticut studios and beyond. No song was allowed to be covered twice, and today’s participants The Brothers Comatose fared well on “Brokedown Palace” It seems fitting for “Brokedown Palace” to be today’s Songs Of Their Own entry as its lyrics inspired the naming of the Fare Thee Well - Celebrating 50 Years Of Grateful Dead concerts beginning tonight in Santa Clara, California. "Brokedown Palace" was among the retsina-fueled songs penned by Robert Hunter one afternoon in London in 1970 along with "To Lay Me Down” and “Ripple.” Sung by co-author Jerry Garcia, "Brokedown Palace" made its debut in the middle of an acoustic first set at the Fillmore West in San Francisco on August 18, 1970. Recorded for the 1970 studio album American Beauty, the song came and went from setlists, sometimes going entire years between performances. After being played over 200 times, “Brokedown Palace” filled the encore slot at The Dead’s June 25, 1995 concert at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. A few weeks back we had San Francisco locals The Brothers Comatose come down to the JamBase office to record their cover of “Brokedown Palace.” Standing in a semi-circle, band mates Ben Morrison (guitar), Gio Benedetti (bass), Ryan Avellone (mandolin), Alex Morrison (banjo, vocals) and Philip Brezina (fiddle) played an acoustic rendition of the song in the same fashion it was first played nearly 45 years ago. Audio and video recorded and edited by: Jake Alexander
Views: 58791 JamBase
Shout- out: Ernie Nantz (& his son Charlie) for requesting this amazing song!!! I don't own the pictures and music in this video. This video is pure fan made. I hope you enjoy the music and lyrics as much as I do. Thanks "Grateful Dead" for this great song. If you like this musician/band buy this song/album to support. If you enjoy my videos please like & subscribe. Make a request if you like, I will surely shout out if you like. Feedback to my videos is always welcome. =-= Buy this on Amazon to support these amazing musicians: https://www.amazon.com/Friend-Devil-2015-Remastered-Version/dp/B00TZKKLPA or here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TZKJYKI/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp --------------------------------------- -=Lyrics by Spencik=-
Views: 1667 Spencik
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[Lyrics Grateful Dead - Ripple] If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine And my tunes were played on the harp unstrung Would you hear my voice come through the music Would you hold it near as it were your own? It's a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken Perhaps they're better left unsung I don't know, don't really care Let there be songs to fill the air Ripple in still water When there is no pebble tossed Nor wind to blow Reach out your hand if your cup be empty If your cup is full may it be again Let it be known there is a fountain That was not made by the hands of men There is a road, no simple highway Between the dawn and the dark of night And if you go no one may follow That path is for your steps alone Ripple in still water When there is no pebble tossed Nor wind to blow You who choose to lead must follow But if you fall you fall alone If you should stand then who's to guide you? If I knew the way I would take you home
Views: 278 Fay Delancey
Met many old friends at Magfest and meandered into Live Oak, FL to a small restaurant called "The Crab Shack". We discovered that there were various locals already present doing Karaoke in the back of the restaurant. We introduced ourselves and the DJ handed me the mike and challenged me to sing a long. We took this as the perfect moment to sing Ripple for them. The DJ had some difficulty singing along in synch but in the end we got the message across. :-) Enjoy.
Views: 552 rhcoopah
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Views: 53 Graham Clarke