Who Sang Cornwall Blank? America

America Homecoming cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Dewey Bunnell
release date: 1972
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Soft Rock/Classic Rock
length: 4:20
vocal: Dan Peek, Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley
bass: Joe Osborne
guitar: Dan Peek, Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell
keyboard: Dan Peek and Gerry Beckley
percussion: Hal Blaine
drums (drum set): Hal Blaine
lyricist: Dewey Bunnell
composer: Dewey Bunnell
I've been down to the water
I've been on top of the world
Somebody should come and see me
Somebody should give me the word

'Cause I don't know how many more
I don't know how many more
I don't know how many more to see

Sometimes the free thoughts clash
Sometimes I see through the grass
Sometime the light begins to dim
Somebody should come and be me
Somebody should come and free me

'Cause I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more to see

Oh darlin', darlin', I always want to see you
Oh darlin', darlin', I always want to see you

I cannot learn much more life
I cannot see much more
Somebody should stop the new sight
Somebody should close the door

'Cause I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more to see

Wrapped in a blanket, lyin' in the snow
Feelin' like the men felt a long time ago
Goin' to find me a home, goin' to build it with my hands
Can't you see there's food to be grown
Got to dig up, dig up the land



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Ventura Highway
  • 2 To Each His Own
  • 3 Don’t Cross the River
  • 4 Moon Song
  • 5 Only in Your Heart
  • 6 Till the Sun Comes Up Again
  • 7 Cornwall Blank
  • 8 Head and Heart
  • 9 California Revisited
  • 10 Saturn Nights